Our football match prediction:
Camping World Stadium will host Sunday’s football match between PSG and Tottenham Hotspur, who take on each other at the 2017 International Champions Cup. Les Parisiens failed to impress in the 2016/2017 Ligue 1 season, with the team finishing the process in second place in the standings and, no doubt, they are eager to make amends for the unsuccessful campaign. Unai Emery is still in charge of the capital club and new signing Dani Alves is widely expected to help PSG improve their game. Anyhow, les Parisiens are likely to stick to their attacking style of play in Sunday’s clash against Tottenham. Spurs chiefs did well to keep hold of key players in the summer transfer window and the White Hart Lane outfit are likely to play an important role in the 2017/2018 Premier League campaign. Given the attacking potential of the English club, a high-scoring affair appears on the cards.
Highligted Player (Ben Davies):
After graduating from the Swansea City academy, Ben Davies was surprisingly given a chance to shine as Neil Taylor suffered a difficult injured, and he grabbed it with both hands to become a starter in his first ever Premier League season. The Welsh left-back, who is also capable of operating in the heart of defence, continued with impressive performances in the elite division and one more strong season saw Tottenham Hotspur express their interest in his services and eventually secured his signature. Davies has since been vying England international Danny Rose for a starting position and even though he has been playing second fiddle of late, the defender is seen as a great prospect for the future. After initially playing at left-back in the Wales national team, Davies was moved to left centre-back position as Chris Coleman switched to 5-4-1 formation, and he has impressed playing alongside captain Ashley Williams and James Chester as the Dragons clinched qualification to the Euro 2016 finals.
Highlighted Team (Paris SG):
Formed by the merger of Paris FC and Stade Saint-Germain in 1970, Paris Saint-Germain or as they call it PSG is the most successful club in French football with 31 domestic titles to their name. Having won six Ligue 1 title so far, a record ten Coupes de France, a record six Coupes de la Ligue, six Trophees des Champions and one Ligue 2 title, PSG are also one of only two French clubs to ever win a European title. Les Parisiens were crowned UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup champions back in 1995-96, while their last European trophy was the 2001 UEFA Intertoto Cup. Beginning of the new millennium was particularly hard for the celebrated club who flirted with relegation in 2000s before they were bought by the Quatar Sports Investments group in 2011 when the rebirth of the Paris Saint-Germain as we know it today began. Following heavy squad investments and team boosting, PSG won their first Ligue 1 title in 19 years with Swedish legend Zlatan Ibrahimovic almost singlehandedly leading his side towards the trophy with 30 goals. Having established domestic dominance, PSG now set their sights on winning the Champions League which remains an elusive dream for the club from Paris.