After last week’s 2-2 draw in the French capital Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain head back to Manchester to do it all again at the Etihad on Tuesday night.

City had never reached the quarter-final of the Champions League before this season’s competition yet find themselves with a fantastic chance of qualifying for the last four after an entertaining 2-2 draw in the Parc Des Princes last week.

PSG are looking to go one better than the last three seasons where they exited at the last-eight stage including losing to Chelsea in 2013/14. PSG have not gone past the quarter-finals of the Champions League since 1994/95 where they lost to AC Milan.

Baring all that in mind, PSG are 29/20 favourites to win in 90 minutes tomorrow night with City 2/1, however City are favourites to qualify at 4/5 with the visitors 13/10 to make it through.

Manchester City’s route to the quarters included a 0-0 draw in the second-leg in the last round, which is 14/1 tomorrow, whereas City were victorious 2-1 three times in the group stages, which is 21/2.

PSG reached the quarter-finals with a 2-1 win on English soil at Stamford Bridge, which is 9/1 and also earned a 3-0 win at Shaktar Donetsk in the group stages which is 28/1.

A slender 1-0 win for City is 12/1 and 11/1 for PSG with 2-0 14/1 for PSG and 17/1 for the hosts.

One goal apiece would be enough to see City home and is 9/1 whereas 2-2 once again is the only result that can send the tie into extra-time and is at twelves.

Kevin De Bruyne opened the scoring in France last week and is 9/1 to do it again and unsurprisingly Sergio Aguero and Zlatan Ibrahimovic are favourites at 9/2.

Adrien Rabiot has scored in PSG’s last two Champions League games including the opener at Stamford Bridge, he’s 20/1. Lucas Moura opened the scoring in PSG’s weekend match away at Guingamp and is 9/1 with Edison Cavani 13/2.

Defenders Thiago Silva and Nicolas Otamendi are both 33/1 if anyone fancies an outside bet.

BTTS is at a rather low 8/15 after last week’s goal frenzy, however over 3.5 goals is a tempting 13/8 with City to win BTTS at 4/1 and PSG BTTS 3/1.

1-1 at half-time once again is 6/1 and as the first-leg saw seven yellow cards, over 6.5 cards once again is 11/10, whereas a cleaner game with under 3.5 cards is 21/10.

Serge Aurier and Fernando are 5/6 and 4/5 to be shown a card with Jesus Navas, who was booked a week ago, 3/1.

Match specials include City to score in the first ten minutes at 6/1 opposed to an early PSG goal at 9/2 with Aguero and Ibrahimovic both to score at 4/1.

Thiago Silva is 14/1 to score a header, whereas Joe Hart is 25/1 to save his second penalty of the tie, whereas opposing number Kevin Trapp is 30/1.

ReadBetting’s tip: Manchester City 1-2 PSG, 9/1.

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