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Prediction and Betting Tip : As Monaco vs Paris Saint Germain

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As Monaco <span>vs</span> Paris Saint Germain

As Monaco vs
Paris Saint Germain

Ligue 1

15/01/2020 21:00

Published on 14/Jan/2020 19:18

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Monaco have won eight of their last nine home matches but just two of these games were against teams in the top five at the time of playing: both were against Lille with the principality side winning one and losing one.

PSG have won eleven of their last thirteen away games and each of their last four trips to Monaco.

PSG have scored 37 goals in their last nine matches.

Magnificent Monaco hungry for more

Robert Moreno’s Monaco put in an incredibly gutsy performance on Sunday night as they gave the champions one of their hardest tests this season (3-3). The principality side managed to put three past PSG, the first time the Parisians have conceded three season, and really had enough chances towards the end to win it. It was an incredibly dramatic game and neutrals will be hoping for another classic here. 

 

The teams will meet again, for the second time in a week, due to this match being postponed earlier in the campaign but Monaco likely won’t be complaining as they’ll be hoping to use their momentum in this match. Moreno has only taken charge of two games so far but it has been a solid start with the 3-3 draw following a 2-1 win in the cup over Ligue 1’s second best defence, Reims. 

 

Moreno has managed to keep his team ticking over since his appointment as they were already in fantastic form before the arrival of the Spaniard. They had won nine of the fourteen final matches under previous coach Leonardo Jardim with them scoring 26 times and conceding 16 goals in this period. They really haven’t improved defensively under Moreno yet but he has managed to keep that goal hungry spirit in the side. 

 

The clash on Sunday was in Paris but with this match being in Monaco, the home side may fancy themselves. They have won eight of their last nine matches at the Stade Louis II.

 

PSG one of the best for bouncebacks

As much as PSG were slightly taken aback in the 3-3 draw on Sunday, they are a quality, quality side and should not be underestimated as they look for revenge here. Prior to the draw they had won each of their last eight matches with a whopping 34 goals scored and just four conceded in the process. Therefore this shows how well Monaco played in the previous match.

 

Away from home they are still an extremely dominant force with eleven wins in their last thirteen games on the road and given that the Parisians have only lost once in the principality since 2009, they still have many reasons to be confident ahead of this match. 

 

Thomas Tuchel’s team has been extremely mentally strong this season with shock defeats to Rennes, Reims and Dijon not disheartening the squad. They are still to drop points in consecutive games this season with the last occurrence of that happening in April and even though Monaco will be right up for this match, we would be ignorant to doubt the champions. 

 

Another classic on the cards?

Despite Monaco winning eight of their last nine home games, just one of these victories came against a team in the top five at the time of playing (Lille, 5-1). The one defeat in this time also came against a team in the top five (Lille, 0-3) so they haven’t really proved themselves at home against top sides yet. PSG have won their last four trips to Monaco and we’re backing them to do so again. We expect that Monaco will get on the scoresheet as they have done so in ten of their last eleven home matches but ultimately we see this one finishing 3-1 to the visitors. They rarely struggle in back-to-back matches and even though Monaco have a new lease of life, we see the champions getting the three points.