We conclude the action on Sunday with a French classic, as Marseille host PSG at the Orange Vélodrome, kicking off at 9:00pm local time. The irresistible force, PSG, have won their opening 10 matches of the season in emphatic fashion but now they face one of their toughest fixtures on paper.

Home Team: Marseille

Marseille are currently in 4th place in the league after a fairly inconsistent start to their season. In their most recent match, they were able to see out a professional performance at Nice, winning 1-0. All of their three defeats have been on the road this season, but there home form is near perfect, picking up a possible 13 points from 15. Marseille will also be impressed with their goal scoring record so far this season, having scored 22 goals in all of their 10 matches so far this season. It’s just unfortunate for them that now have to face a team who have scored 15 goals more during that time. Not only that, but PSG have also conceded 10 goals less. Stats like that suggest that Marseille will be in for a tough time, but anything can happen in football.

Away Team: PSG

Win after win after win. PSG have made a perfect start to the season winning 10 matches on the bounce scoring an average of 3.7 goals per game, and keeping clean sheets in their last three matches. In their most recent victories, they have won by a 5-0 score line against Lyon and Amiens SC. Kylian Mbappe has levelled with Neymar on the goal scoring charts, as they both have 11 goals so far, averaging 1.1 goals per match. Not only have they scored as many goals between them as Marseille, or more than any other team in the league, 9 other players have chipped in with a goal or two for the French champions. The side are utterly dominant at the moment in French football, and you feel that the whole country will want a home win here or else PSG may be crowned champions as early as February.

Head to Head

27th of November 2011 – was the date when Marseille last defeated PSG. 17 matches have passed then in all competitions with PSG victorious on 14 occasions. There is some hope for the home side that the run may end though, as in this fixture last season, Marseille were just moments away from getting a famous win. PSG were reduced to 10 men, as they were losing 2-1 at Marseille, but Edison Cavani managed to score a last minute equaliser with a stunning free kick. PSG had won on their previous five visits prior to that, including a 5-1 victory in 2017.

Betting Predictions and Betting Tips

Marseille are at 5/1 to end their winless run against PSG, whereas the visitors are backed at 4/9 get 11 wins from 11 matches. A draw is at 15/4. It’s extremely hard to back against PSG when they are in this groove, but there is something telling me that their record has to stop at some point – and this fixture could be that. Marseille to win OR draw, a double chance bet, is priced at a generous 6/4, but if I had to pick a particular score line, I’d have to pick a PSG 3-1 win at 9/1. Most games this season that PSG have been involved in as seen many goals, mainly from them, so betting on there to be more than 3.5 goals in this game is at 10/11. Finally, if you think Kylian Mbappe and Neymar will both score at any time in the match, which is backed at 3/1.

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