Brest vs PSG Prediction & Match Preview

Brest vs PSG Prediction French Ligue 1 by LeagueLane

Brest vs PSG
France Ligue 1
Date: Saturday 9th November 2019
Kick off at 16:30 UK/ 17:30 CET
Venue: Stade Francis-Le Ble.

Saturday’s Ligue 1 action kicks off with a very interesting game at Brest when they take on the mighty PSG.

Brest are unbeaten at home and have become a very solid side who know that it is their home form which will ultimately keep them up this season. Brest are in 9th place and just two points from 4th , they did lose last weekend away to Amiens. But at home they have beaten some good opposition in Reims and drawn with Lyon. They have conceded 3 goals at home so far.

PSG are top of the league as you would expect but it is odd to see that they have lost 3 games already. It seems that the teams below them have not done such a great job and that is why PSG still have the benefit to be leading the league by 7 points.

Last weekend was a real shock as they lost to Dijon and were actually winning that game. It is very rare that PSG lose two games in a row but they will have to be at their best to get victory at the weekend.

Brest vs PSG: Head to Head

The teams have not played each other in 5 years and last time they met here PSG won 5-2.

PSG have won 6 from the last 7 meetings which have taken place this decade. The other game ended in a draw.

The last 3 meetings have all had over 2.5 goals.

Brest vs PSG: Prediction

PSG have a game on their hands here and we have to respect Brest are strong at home and will try and give a very good account of themselves. Concentration and focus will be key for them.

We do expect PSG to win even if they have been poor by their standards on the road. But at odds of 1/5 there is no point backing them.

Instead we will back the both teams to score and more goals in the 2nd half. We think this gives us good value, because Brest can lose and score in this game, if Dijon can get 2, then this PSG defence is not at its best.

Brest vs PSG: Bet Tips

  • Both teams to score at 1.91 (10/11)
  • Highest Scoring Half: 2nd half at 1.91 (10/11).