- PSG kept five clean sheets in their last seven assignments.
- Istanbul Basaksehir failed to score in five of their last seven matches.
- PSG won six of their last seven games in all competitions.
Win and clean sheet possible for PSG
Last season’s beaten finalists PSG started their latest Champions League campaign with a whimper last week, when the Parisians were outplayed and eventually beaten by an unfancied Man Utd team in the French capital.
Marcus Rashford’s effort earned a 2-1 win for the impressive visitors at the Parc de Prince, and though the decisive goal arrived late, a flat PSG deserved little from a night where nothing seemed to click.
Thomas Tuchel will be looking for an instant response from his players on match day two on Wednesday, and PSG warmed up for their date with Istanbul Basaksehir by battering Dijon 4-0 in Ligue 1 on Saturday.
The victory provided Paris St. Germain with a timely confident boost along with their fifth clean sheet in seven assignments, and PSG look well priced to claim another shutout in Turkey this week.
Istanbul Basaksehir have been stuttering domestically this term, and their showing on the continent against RB Leipzig last week did little alleviate doubts about their ability to mix it in the Champions League.
Okan Buruk’s side failed to score in five of their last seven fixtures, and we think the Turkish champions will struggle to lay a glove on a higher-calibre PSG team on Wednesday.
The PSG win to nil market looks solid choice with that in mind, while a 2-0 correct score prediction is also favoured.