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Champions League Final odds, team news and where to watch
Alex Wrigley
Alex Wrigley
August 22, 2020
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Content Editor at Free Super Tips, Alex was born in the shadow of Old Trafford and is an avid Man Utd fan. After graduating from university he combined his love of football, writing and betting to join FST and now closely follows goings-on in all of the top European leagues.

It’s finally time.

We’ve seen a massive 385 goals scored across 118 games played over a 12 month period in the most surreal and bizarre of Champions League seasons, but on Sunday we finally get to direct our gaze towards Lisbon and watch a mouthwatering Champions League Final.

It’s a final that promises goals galore and an absolute treat for the neutrals as PSG face off with Bayern Munich. PSG, boasting the world’s two most expensive players in Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, face off against a Bayern Munich side spearheaded by the world’s best out-and-out striker, Robert Lewandowski.

The numbers speak for themselves: These two have scored 65 goals in a combined 20 Champions League fixtures this season, accounting for 17% of the total goals scored in this season’s competition.

Robert Lewandowski has 15 of those goals and is just two shy of Cristiano Ronaldo’s single-season record, despite playing fewer games than the Portuguese ace. Neymar, Mbappe and Icardi, meanwhile, have scored 13 goals and provided nine assists between them.

In anticipation of the action, we’ve compiled some of the latest betting odds, team news and details on where you can watch the final, even if you don’t have a BT Sport subscription!

And remember, you can check out all our betting tips and analysis on our PSG vs Bayern Munich predictions page.

How to watch the Champions League Final

BT Sport continue to hold all the rights to screen the 2019/20 Champions League in the UK and you can follow all the action on their package of channels.

The Champions League Final will be aired on BT Sport 1, BT Sport Extra 1, and BT Sport Ultimate.

Don’t have a BT Sport subscription? No problem – the Final will also be screened on BT Sport Youtube for free, as well as on Virgin Media Previews.

Coverage will begin from 7pm on Sunday and continue through to 11pm, although it will possibly be even longer if there’s extra-time and penalties.

Champions League Final odds and team news

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PSG vs Bayern Munich betting odds

PSG to Lift the Trophy: 13/10

Bayern Munich to Lift the Trophy: 8/13

Over 2.5 Goals: 4/11

Both Teams to Score: 4/11

FST’s Champions League Final prediction: Bayern Munich to Win

Thiago Silva PSG

Champions League Final team news and injuries

PSG team news

We’ll be treated to a match of the highest quality from both sides on Sunday as they line up without any match-defining injury problems.

PSG goalkeeper Keylor Navas is a double after missing their semi-final clash with RB Leipzig, but backup stopper Rico did a fine job in the Costa Rica international’s absence and Thomas Tuchel will have little concern over his ability.

Meanwhile, Marco Verratti could sneak into the starting lineup after making an early return from injury against RB Leipzig, pushing Leandro Paredes to the bench.

PSG captain Thiago Silva will play his last game for the French club, while left back Juan Bernat will line up against his former club.

PSG predicted lineup: Rico / Kehrer, Silva, Kimpembe, Bernat / Marquinhos, Herrera, Verratti / Mbappe, Neymar, Di Maria

Bayern Munich team news

Jerome Boateng is a doubt for Bayern Munich after being taken off with an injury at half-time against Lyon, with Niklas Sule likely to deputise should Boateng fail to recover.

Meanwhile, Benjamin Pavard has returned from injury and could slot in at right back, which would free up Joshua Kimmich to play in midfield, although after their recent performances it would be a surprise to see Hansi Flick change things too much.

Leroy Sane is ineligible after his transfer from Manchester City, while fellow wide midfielder Kingsley Coman is unlikely to start ahead of the in-form Ivan Perisic or Serge Gnabry.

Bayern Munich predicted lineup: Neuer / Kimmich, Sule, Alaba, Davies / Goretzka, Thiago / Gnabry, Muller, Perisic / Lewandowski

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FST’s favourite Price Boosts and specials for Sunday’s Champions League Final

FST’s Champions League Final quiz

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