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UEFA champions league semi-finals preview

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With the round of quarter finals all complete now, we have the semi-final line up all in contention like the coveted Champions League trophy – RB Leipzig, Paris Saint German, Bayern Munich and Lyon.

With that type of line up, we are in store for two great horn-to-horn match up in what promises drama for a place in the final – today we analyse the chances of each team getting into the final and crowning themselves Champions of Europe.

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The first of the semi-finals played on Tuesday night sees RB Leipzig take on Paris Saint German in Lisbon. PSG of course go into this tie as the big favourites at 4/5, in fact now with Manchester City being knocked out they are 2nd favourites for the tournament. Although, they didn’t look all that comfortable in the quarters where they scored 90th and 93rd minute goals to secure their place in the next round.

Leipzig, 18/5 to go through, on the other hand surprised many when they knocked out defence masters Atletico Madrid; and they performed outstandingly, mainly lead by Man of the Match DayotUpamecano. However, PSG will come out stronger this time, especially when they are led by KylianMbappe who has passed a fitness test to put himself in contention for a starting position.

In the second semi-final, we see in-form Bayern Munich take on underdogs Lyon which might turn out to be the tie of the round. Munich dispatched of Barcelona in emphatic on Friday night, beating the Spanish giants 8-2 which has led to their manager QuiqueSetien to be sacked.

Bayern are a force to be reckoned with, a side that has serious fire power all over the field and we believe they will go on to win the tournament. However, Lyon will have a spring in their step after a huge win against the formidable Pep Guardiola on Saturday night, winning 3-1 and booking a place in the semis and will feel like the underdogs for the tournament; something that they might thrive off.

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