Paris SG – Nantes Free Betting Tips –

Paris SG - Nantes Free Betting Tips -

Paris SG – Nantes Tips Free Betting Tips

The Ligue 1 title race could have gone either way last weekend when PSG took on second-placed Marseille, but fortunately for the Parisians, their convincing 3-0 win opened up an eight-point gap at the top of the standings. The win was a huge relief for PSG coach Christophe Galtier, who let his emotions get the better of him after that victory when he had to be restrained from getting into a fight with Marseille fans.

With his boxing gloves safely tucked away in the cupboard, Galtier now returns home with his team to face mid-table Nantes, although the Parisian side cannot rest on their laurels given that PSG have lost two of their last four league matches against this opponent (G2) in the league. In fact, Nantes were one of the teams to win at the Parc des Princes at the start of 2021 when PSG lost three straight home league games, but since that trio of defeats, Galtier’s side are unbeaten in 34 home games (G29, E5).

With just one loss in five away league games (G2, E2), Nantes can harbor some cautious optimism that they could be the team to end PSG’s remarkable home streak. That streak has been based largely on defensive solidity, as Nantes have not conceded goals in any of those four games in which they avoided defeat, something that has helped them stay clear of the relegation zone after a slow start.
The reigning Coupe de France champions moved a step closer to defending their crown in midweek after a 2-1 win over Lens secured their place in the semifinals. Coach Antoine Kombouaré admitted afterwards that his side have the “mentality to keep that trophy,” but with the cup seemingly taking priority in a failed season, Kombouaré will know that the result here will not define his side’s campaign.

Players to watch: Currently tied with Edinson Cavani on 200 goals for PSG, Kylian Mbappé can become the club’s all-time leading scorer with his 10th career goal against Nantes. Andy Delort opened his account at Nantes in midweek, with his two penalty goals ensuring that six of his last nine goals have come via that route.
Weekend stat: Nantes have failed to score a first-half goal in ten of their 13 away league games this season.
OVER 2.5 GOALS Odds: 2.00

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Author: Daniel Morgan