Chelsea and Man City meet this weekend in Porto in the Champions League final, with Paddy Power offering a selection of very interesting Power Prices!

For the fourth time this season, Man City will play Chelsea, with this being the biggest of them all. They meet in the final of the Champions League, which is new territory for Man City. Chelsea on the other hand have been to two finals, most recently in 2012 when they won.

Pep’s side have been in fantastic form this season, finishing first in the Premier League, finishing 19 points ahead of Chelsea. They beat Dortmund and PSG en route to the final, with the game against the French side ending 4-1. City are the favourites for this one and with the squad they have so they should be!

No one expected Chelsea to get this far, especially when they sacked Frank Lampard earlier on in the season. Last years runner up Tuchel took over and has turned them around. They have been fantastic under the German manager and with two wins over City already this season, they will fancy their chances!

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Champions League Final Power Prices

Phil Foden & Mason Mount to have 1 or more shots on target each – 5/2

Foden and Mount have been instrumental in their sides getting to the final this year. Mount has two goals in the competition, with Foden going one better with three. The way both these players play, they find space on the edge of the box a lot of the time, making late runs. Neither are shy at taking a shot on and you would expect them both to start tomorrow night.

Kevin De Bruyne & Hakim Ziyech each to have 1 or more shots on target from outside the box – 13/2

Both De Bruyne and Ziyech have fantastic technique when it comes to shooting from distance. They each fancy themselves on freekicks and won’t be afraid to take it on from most areas of the pitch. At 13/2 its a good price, the only question mark around it, is will Ziyech play from the start?

Phil Foden to score first – 7/1

As we mentioned before, the boy wonder is so important to Man City. At the start of the season many thought he would just be involved more, but not one of the first names on the team sheet. Now, Pep can’t leave him out in any of the big games. Foden keeps surprising us with popping up in these big moments with huge goals. He will be part of Man City’s interchanging forward line and will get chances to open the scoring tomorrow.

Kevin De Bruyne to score 1 or more goals & assist 1 or more goals –  14/1

This is one we really like the look of cause of the price on offer. De Bruyne is the best player in the two sides and going forward there isn’t a better passer of the ball in world football. He is involved in everything Man City do and for him to get a goal and an assist, isn’t something out of the ordinary. City are capable of taking this game away from Chelsea at that’ll be down to this man being at his very best.

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