Benfica v PSG Odds : 4/1 on Cavani and away win popular in Champions League tie at Estadio da Luz

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The PSG forward has been in scintillating form for his club in recent weeks and with PSG’s array of stars set to overcome Benfica, there are plenty of customers looking at the price of 4/1.



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Carlo Ancelotti’s side will look to end their Champions’ league group campaign on a high by becoming the first French team to beat Benfica at the Estadio da Luz.

The Ligue 1 side have won four and drawn one of their five game so far and regardless of the result in Portugal the club will finish group winners.

With that in mind coach Laurent Blanc has confirmed he will rest a number of players and give the younger members of his squad the chance to impress.

“There will be players who will find some game time – it’s good for them,” Blanc said.

“No French team has won here; this is a great challenge for us.”

That means star forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who scored two goals in the 3-0 win in the reverse fixture, will miss out on the chance to set the record for the most goals in the group stages.

The Swedish striker has, along with Ronaldo, scored 8 goals so far but he has been given the night off by Blanc.

Two men expected to play a part are Lucas Digne and Adrien Rabiot. The pair missed last weekend’s 5-0 win over Sochaux but should start on Tuesday.

PSG currently sit top of the French league, two points clear of Monaco with third place Lille a further two points behind.

Benfica meanwhile are in contention for the runners up spot in the group but will need to better the result of Olympiacos, who host Anderlecht, if they are to progress to the last 16.

The two clubs are level on seven points but the Greek side sit second by virtue of a superior head-to-head record.

Jorge Jesus’ has a number of key men out for the game with Ruben Amorim (knee), Guilherme Siqueira (thigh) and Eduardo Salvio (knee) all expected to miss out, while Oscar Cardozo is struggling to be fit after missing their last three matches with a back injury.

Benfica will head into the game on the back of a surprise 2-2 draw with Primeira Liga new boys Arouca.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.