Brest – PSG Tip, Prediction & Odds 29.10.2023

Ligue 1, Sunday, 29.10.2023

Three clubs close together at the top, but the leader of the table is actually NOT Paris St. Germain! After a few too many wobbles, the Star squad needs to make up some ground, and they plan to start doing so as early as Sunday.

They’ll be playing the fifth-placed team, so at first glance it won’t be too easy a task. In my Brest PSG tip I will reveal why the guests are still ahead at Bet365 – and I opt for the bet on “Under 3.5 goals”!

Actually, it is with Paris St. Germain like with FC Bayern in the Bundesliga: It is important to bring in the championship as early as possible, a close race may be in the sense of the fans, but not the responsible!

Are they both deliberately making it exciting in the first third of the season? PSG, in any case, is just behind Monaco and Nice in third place, but also has only two points to make up.

Five wins in nine games, that’s not quite the rate we’re used to from the Parisians. For the first time this season, they should now manage to finish three games in a row victoriously.

3:1 against Rennes and 3:0 against Strasbourg, plus the 3:0 in the Champions League against Milan, it actually seems as if the team is finally acting consistently. But beware, we thought that before.

When at the end of August / beginning of September two Kantersieg succeeded, was lost postwendend against Nice and played against Clermont Foot only 0-0. It’s up to the superstars themselves to pull themselves together better this time.

In the top flight, that worked out wonderfully, but sometimes it seems as if the motivation just isn’t there enough, especially against much weaker opponents.

Two draws and two wins, twice very high-scoring, twice dreary – PSG is still unbeaten away from home. Another advantage is that no new injuries have been added.

Kylian Mbappe was successful eight times in Ligue 1, for another goal on Sunday you would take odds of 1.72 at Betano. Not a bad tip, as the upcoming opponent seems to suit him.

Six goals he managed in seven games against Brest, anyway, the upcoming rival is not really one that Paris should be afraid of. On the contrary, I count a whopping 13 wins in a row in the direct comparison!

In January 1985, there was actually a defeat against Brest, so nothing can really go wrong. Our bookmakers seem to be ticking along the same lines when we take a look at the odds.

The average 1.55 of the guests meets a 5.50, so Brest will have to stretch to at least keep the encounter open. That said, the Reds haven’t come out of the star blocks badly at all, losing only twice.

After a series of five games without defeat, it was that time again last weekend, a tight and unfortunate 0:1 in Lille. The second defeat from August had been conceded against Marseille, so both bankruptcies are absolutely justifiable.

Unlike PSG, the team tends to play a defensive style. 9:8 goals after nine games? It’s easy to figure out that the goal average doesn’t add up to much! It is curious that the season once started with a 3:2 against Lens.

After that, there were only two more three-goal games, otherwise always fewer. However, the home record sounds very positive. 3:2 against Lens, 0:0 against Rennes, 1:0 against Lyon and 1:1 against Toulouse: There’s no beating anyone here!

Against Rennes and Lyon, you first have to keep the zero! Against Lens, the reigning runners-up after all, Brest came back from 0-2 down to still collect all three points.

So it should be a tough task for Paris St. Germain before Stade Brest was defeated on Sunday. Not for nothing, I could quickly see in my analysis that the home side are unbeaten in their stadium.

In addition, I noticed how strong Brest defends and that even many a top team could not score against the Reds. PSG’s statistics are actually not too meaningful, after all, the moody stars are doing whatever they want this season.

Since they had to fight against Milan in the Champions League and Brest doesn’t want to let them take the butter off their bread at home, I can well imagine a close affair and opt for the following tip:

We see a maximum of three goals!

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