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      AS Monaco vs PSG: Betting Tips, Match Prediction & Preview

      The Stade Louis II hosts Monaco and PSG in Ligue 1’s Friday Night Football this weekend. PSG look to extend their lead at the top of the table whereas Monaco aim to maintain their position in the Champions League qualification places.

      PSG already have a healthy lead at the top of Ligue 1, whereas the race for European football is much closer. However, Monaco are looking to make an appearance in the top level of European football - the Champions League.

      Monaco currently sit third in Ligue 1 after 23 games. Monaco have 12 wins, five draws and six losses, leaving them on 41 points, only one point within the Champions League spots but two points from Brest.

      In front of goal, Monaco have performed this season, scoring 44 goals in 23 games. Defensively, however, Monaco have struggled, conceding 34 goals and keeping just five clean sheets.

      PSG, on the other hand, currently sit top of Ligue 1. In 23 games, PSG have 16 wins, six draws and one loss which leaves them on 54 points, 11 points ahead of Brest and 13 points ahead of Monaco.

      As usual, PSG have been on fire in front of goal this season. In 23 games, PSG have scored 54 goals. PSG have also been underwhelming defensively this season, conceding 19 goals and keeping nine clean sheets, only the third best record in Ligue 1.

      Monaco and PSG have met 50 times in their histories, with PSG having the better record in the fixture with 21 wins in comparison to Monaco’s 14 wins. However, a draw is more common than a Monaco win, happening on 15 occasions.

      In the last five games in this fixture there have been two PSG wins, two Monaco wins and one draw. Also, in three of the last five games - the most recent games, both teams have been on the scoresheet.

      Ligue 1 Tips

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      PSG to win @ 19/20
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      Ligue 1 Tips

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      Both Teams to Score @ 2/5
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      Ligue 1 Tips

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      Over 2.5 Goals @ 1/2
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      Team News

      AS Monaco Team News

      Adi Hutter will be without Breel Embolo, Caio Henrique and Vanderson this weekend through injury.

      PSG Team News

      Luis Enrique will be missing the likes of Presnel Kimpembe, Milan Skriniar and Sergio Rico this weekend.

      Recent Form

      In their last five games in all competitions, Monaco have two wins, one draw and two losses.

      After a goalless first half, Monaco would take the lead against Le Havre through Wissam Ben Yedder. Despite having zero shots on target the entire game, Le Havre would equalise through an own goal from Youssouf Fofana as Monaco had to settle for a 1 - 1 draw.

      In the Round of 16 of the French Cup, Monaco took on FC Rouen. A penalty from Folarin Balogun gave Monaco the lead but Clement Bassin equalised in the fifth minute of added time in the first half. Monaco were unable to find the back of the net again and the tie was sent to penalties. Maghnes Akliouche and Balogun both missed their penalties, giving Rouen the 6 - 5 win.

      Back in Ligue 1, Monaco faced Nice. Denis Zakaria’s first goal gave Monaco the early lead but a penalty from Gaetan Laborde made it level at halftime. Zakaria’s second goal regained the lead for Monaco but Nice equalised again, this time through Evann Guessand. Aleksandr Golovin’s goal secured the 3 - 2 win for Monaco over ten-man Nice, who had Dante sent off.

      Vincent Sierro’s late first half goal gave Toulouse the 1 - 0 lead over Monaco at halftime. Akliouche equalised for Monaco just three minutes into the second half but a goal from Logan Costa grabbed the 2 - 1 win for Toulouse.

      The last time out for Monaco was against Lens. A goal from Balogun and an own goal from Brice Samba gave Monaco the 2 - 0 lead, but Elye Wahi got Lens on the scoresheet before halftime. Wesley Said drew Lens level with 15 minutes to go, but a 92nd-minute goal from Takumi Minamino grabbed the 3 - 2 win for Monaco.

      In their last five games in all competitions, PSG have four wins and one draw.

      The Round of 16 of the French Cup saw PSG host Brest. Kylian Mbappe and Danilo Pereira both scored to give PSG the 2 - 0 lead at halftime. Steve Mounie got Brest on the scoresheet just after the hour mark, but a red card to Brest’s Lillian Brassier just four minutes later left Brest vulnerable. Goncalo Ramos scored in the 92nd minute to secure the 3 - 1 win for PSG.

      Back in Ligue 1, PSG took on Lille. Yusuf Yazici gave Lille the lead in the sixth minute but Ramos equalised just four minutes later and an own goal from Alexsandro gave PSG the lead at halftime. Randal Kolo Muani scored late in the game to grab the 3 - 1 win for PSG.

      In the first leg of the Champions League Round of 16, PSG hosted Spanish side Real Sociedad. Mbappe and Bradley Barcola both scored in the second half to give PSG the 2 - 0 win.

      Ligue 1 saw PSG make the trip to Nantes. After a goalless first half, a goal from Lucas Hernandez and a penalty from Mbappe gave PSG the 2 - 0 win over Nantes.

      The most recent outing for PSG was against Rennes. A goal from Amine Gouiri gave Rennes the lead all the way to the end of normal time, however, a 97th-minute penalty from Ramos grabbed a 1 - 1 draw for PSG.

      Footy Accumulators Prediction

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      PosClubPWDLGDPTS
      1
      Team logoPSG
      281891+4163
      2
      Team logoBrest
      291586+1753
      3
      Team logoMonaco
      281576+1552
      Last updated 18/04/2024

      Where to watch

      AS Monaco vs PSG will be broadcasted on DAZN, but can also be followed online through BBC Sport and Sky Sports.

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