With both squads blessed with such attacking talent, this is a Champions League final that could be decided by the team who can defend the best.
On paper, Bayern Munich currently look unbeatable. The 8-2 thrashing of Barcelona in the quarter-final stunned the footballing world into a state of shock.
They have simply steamrolled their way into the final, winning every game along the way.
Paris Saint-Germain find themselves in the Champions League final for the first time in their history after brushing aside RB Leipzig on Tuesday night.
Arguably, the Parisians are the most high-profile underachievers in Europe’s finest club competition, and they will be desperate to get their hands on the prize to silence the critics.
Lyon’s performance against Bayern in the semi-final will have given French champions PSG some hope coming into Sunday’s climax, with the German side’s high line causing their own problems. On another day, Lyon could’ve scored a couple.
You feel PSG’s front three won’t be as wasteful as Les Gones, with Neymar, Kylian Mbappé, and Angel Di Maria all likely to start in a star-studded line-up.
Bayern have plenty of firepower themselves, with Robert Lewandowski scaling greater heights than ever this season. His eye-watering tally of 55 goals makes him the most prolific striker in Europe.
Should PSG turn all their attention on the Pole, they are still likely to be punished. Both Serge Gnabry and Thomas Müller are tipped to start alongside their number nine once again.
Bayern have scored 42 goals in 10 Champions League matches this season – averaging over four per game.
It should be a fascinating watch on Sunday night, and we expect plenty of goals.
Odds correct at time of writing but are subject to change.
Above selections and prices all relate to 90 minutes play only.
0% MARGIN – CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
Our 0% margin* offer continues on various tournaments this summer including the Champions League, Europa League, NHL and NBA.
*Margin applies to certain pre-match markets only. Exact margin subject to fluctuation around 0%. 0% margin means the bookmaker takes no commission on the proposed markets, making the odds offered more favourable for the customer.