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On Sunday at 4 p.m., Premier League winners Manchester City takes on FA Cup winners Chelsea at Wembley, while in France, we have the meeting of Paris Saint-Germain and AS Monaco in the Trophée des Champions.

Premier League giants set to collide at Wembley!

The two last winners of the Premier League, Manchester City (@2.00) and Chelsea (@3.35), are set to battle next month in the season’s curtain raiser. City broke all kinds of records last season, and it is no surprise that it comes into this game as the favourite. Chelsea’s last trip to Wembley was also a happy one, as it defeated Manchester United to lift the FA Cup back in May. The Blues finished 30 points adrift of Pep Guardiola’s side last term, also missing out on Champions League qualification after a disappointing fifth-place finish. Maurizio Sarri has since arrived at Stamford Bridge to succeed Antonio Conte, with midfielder Jorginho joining him from SSC Napoli. This could be a tense, fiery affair, high on atmosphere but low on goals – these two will hope to be fighting for the league title come the business end of the season, and for that reason may use this opportunity to size each other up. Will Guardiola and City be able to pick up from where they left off last season?

Dominant PSG look for their sixth successive French Super Cup crown!

No sooner have the French become world champions for the second time, preparations are already in progress for the domestic season, with France’s two biggest clubs set to go head to head in the season opener. After lifting the title two years ago, AS Monaco (@4.00) have continued to lose many of their star players with the likes of Fabinho, Lemar and Kongola all leaving the Principality side this summer. The strength in depth of this PSG (@1.65) side just looks far too strong for their competitors. With Neymar and newly crowned world champion winner Kylian Mbappé in attack, we can expect to see goals in this one. PSG will no doubt want to lay down a marker of their dominance, a signal of intent for the season ahead. With that in mind they could well come racing out of the blocks here and try to take an early lead. If PSG manage to defeat Monaco, it will be a sixth consecutive Trophée des Champions for the capital club.

Weekend Multibet: we have picked out a juicy 4-match multibet that includes the new games above along with some exciting club friendlies. Wins for Paris Saint-Germain (versus Monaco, Chelsea (versus Manchester City), Barcelona (versus AC Milan) and Inter Milan (versus Lyon) gives phenomenal value @31.82!

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