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Monaco vs PSG: Predictions
Monaco are looking to end their four-year drought without getting their hands on silverware in the game at the Stade de France. Their last trophy came in 2017 in the form of the Ligue 1 title, however, you have to go all the way back to 1991 for the last time Monaco got their hands on Wednesday night’s prize.
With two games remaining in their 2020/21 campaign, Mauricio Pochettino’s side has the potential to get their hands on three trophies for the season – they could also end up settling for just the one. The Parisians have already got their hands on the French Super Cup but have the league and the French Cup on their radar, too.
Monaco still have a lot to play for on the weekend in their final Ligue 1 game of the season. Niko Kovac’s side currently sit third in the table which would secure them a spot in the qualification stages for the Champions League but with Lyon just a point behind them they could still drop down into the Europa League.
PSG’s title hopes do not lie in their own hands – incredibly. The French powerhouse goes into the final game of the season a point adrift of league leaders Lille. The league conundrum for both sides will make for an interesting team selection headache for both managers ahead of the game on Wednesday.
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Monaco vs PSG: Match Stats
French wonderboy Kylian Mbappe will be looking to continue his incredible form this season. Up against his former side the 22-year-old will be aiming to add to his 40 goals scored for PSG across all competitions this season. Mbappe already has two to his tally for the season against Wednesday’s opposition and six in his last four league games.
Seven of the last eight meetings between these two sides have ended with a scoreline of over 2.5 goals. It was only the most recent meeting between the two outfits which saw the scoreline finish with under 2.5 goals as Monaco prevailed as 2-0 victors. With a trophy on the line we do not expect another 7-1 PSG win like we saw in the league just a few years ago, but we do expect some goals.
PSG’s recent record against Monaco is fair from a confidence boost ahead of the cup final on Wednesday night. However, Pochettino will be hoping he can get his hands on what would be just his second-ever trophy as a manager.