PSG will continue their title defense quest in Ligue 1 on Wednesday evening when they host relegation-threatened Strasbourg. Our sportsbook offers the best markets and bonuses for Ligue 1 action.
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Paris Saint-Germain: Unplayable at Home
PSG is the only team in the French top-flight without a defeat to their name. With 13 wins, two draws, and 41 points earned in the process, PSG is sitting first in the standings and will definitely extend their brilliant run of form on Wednesday.
A 5-0 thumping of Auxerre just before the World Cup break marked PSG’s seventh consecutive win in all competitions to see them maintain their unassailable lead over Lens. PSG is engaged in a fierce battle with Napoli to become the only sides left in Europe’s top five leagues to remain unbeaten, with their two winter friendlies also ending in victory, with a 2-1 win over Paris FC preceding a 3-1 success over Quevilly Rouen.
Incredibly, less than 72 hours after scoring a hat-trick yet still losing the World Cup final, Kylian Mbappe strolled into a PSG training session. Achraf Hakimi played in the third-place playoff the day before but joined Neymar and Marquinhos, whose Brazil bowed out in the quarter-finals, at PSG’s training ground as well. How many will start as soon as Wednesday remains to be seen.
Lionel Messi is unlikely to feature while he celebrates his first World Cup and Argentina’s first in his lifetime. The hosts have the best attacking and defensive record in Ligue 1 this season, scoring 43 goals in 15 games while conceding nine goals. We will continue to include them in our soccer picks and parlays.
Strasbourg: Struggling for Points
With just one win to their name since the start of the season, Strasbourg is sitting 19th in the standings, just three points above bottom-placed Angers. Attempting to replicate his unprecedented European feats with Rennes was the goal for Julien Stephan last season, as his Strasbourg side came oh so close to forcing their way into continental contention, but a harsh dose of reality has been inflicted upon them this time around.
Defenders Colin Dagba and Nordine Kandil should miss out on injuries for the visiting team. Strasbourg did claim a point when they last met PSG, but the visitors are nowhere near their last season’s form. The mere fact they went from genuine Champions League challenger to the relegation-threatened side this year says enough. If you’re betting online, you should start fading Strasbourg, mostly on the road.
PSG vs Strasbourg Head-to-Head
Strasbourg’s only win this season across all competitions came in their away game against Angers in October. They have scored at least two goals in their last three away games.
Paris Saint-Germain has won their last seven games, scoring 24 times in that run. PSG has scored 43 times in 15 league matches this campaign, averaging almost three goals per game.
Strasbourg surprisingly held PSG to a 3-3 draw in their previous clash in April this year. We have seen at least five goals in each of the last three head-to-head outings.
PSG vs Strasbourg Match Information
- Game: Paris Saint-Germain (13-2-0) vs Strasbourg (1-8-6)
- Location: Parc des Princes, Paris
- Day/Time: Wednesday, Dec. 28, 3:00 p.m. ET
- Paris Saint-Germain vs Strasbourg Live stream: fubo.tv
PSG vs Strasbourg Betting Lines
|Paris St Germain||-2 -110||-475||O 3½ -110||O 2½ -130
U 2½ Ev
|Strasbourg||+2 -120||+1200||U 3½ -120||O ½ -135
U ½ +105
The odds in this chart are based on the time of publication. They are subject to change.
PSG vs Strasbourg Picks & Prediction
While PSG’s superior quality and Strasbourg’s poor form make the spread appealing for Wednesday’s match, the expected absence of the hosts’ attacking stars may mean punters go for a high-scoring affair with goals from both sides. Strasbourg was able to hold their own in a couple of challenging games before the break, but PSG continues to put most foes to the sword. Four of the champions’ last five games featured goals at both ends, so we will combine the ML with the goals market.