Paris St Germain
18:45 GMT 27 October 2017
The PSG vs. Nice match will be played on Friday, October 27, at the Parc des Princes, Paris. This is one of the Ligue 1 matches in round 11. PSG is currently 1st on the table with 26 points, while Nice is 14th on the table with 10 points at the moment.
In their previous ten meetings, PSG recorded seven victories, Nice won two matches, while one game ended in a draw. However, Nice stayed undefeated in their last two encounters with PSG. In their previous five games, we saw over 2.5 goals.
Last weekend PSG had a problematic clash against Marseille, and they were on the brink of defeat. However, Edinson Cavani saved them and scored an equalizer in the last moments of the match. Neymar got a red card in that game, and he won't be able to help PSG against Nice. In midweek, PSG will play against Anderlecht in Champions League, which is a vital match for them. It is possible that PSG coach Unai Emery will rest some of his key players against Nice.
Latest matches: Paris St Germain
|22.10.2017||Ligu||Olympique Marseille||Paris St Germain||2:2||D|
|18.10.2017||UEFA||RSC Anderlecht||Paris St Germain||0:4||W|
|14.10.2017||Ligu||Dijon FCO||Paris St Germain||1:2||W|
|30.09.2017||Ligu||Paris St Germain||FC Girondins Bordeaux||6:2||W|
|27.09.2017||UEFA||Paris St Germain||Bayern Munich||3:0||W|
Nice is in a terrible form at the moment, and it seems that a top-five finish will be unreachable for them in this season. They will try to stay undefeated against PSG, but it is easier said than done. After this match, they will face Dijon and Caen, the teams they must defeat to get away from the danger zone.
Latest matches: OGC Nice
|22.10.2017||Ligu||OGC Nice||Racing Strasbourg||1:2||L|
|19.10.2017||UEFA||OGC Nice||Lazio Roma||1:3||L|
|15.10.2017||Ligu||Montpellier HSC||OGC Nice||2:0||L|
|01.10.2017||Ligu||OGC Nice||Olympique Marseille||2:4||L|
|28.09.2017||UEFA||OGC Nice||Vitesse Arnhem||3:0||W|
PSG is a favorite to win this match. We expect an entertaining encounter with lots of goals scored.
27 October 2017 - 18:45 GMT
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