PSG will look to bounce back from consecutive draws in Ligue 1 as they welcome Brest to Parc des Princes on Saturday at 8pm GMT.
PSG vs Brest Best Bet
Recommended bet8:00 pm Saturday January 15
- Bookmaker Odds Betting Tip
- 13/8 Claim Here
PSG vs Brest Match Info
Date: Saturday January 15th 20121
Kick-off time: 8.00pm GMT
Venue: Parc des Princes
Referee: Mikaël Lesage
PSG vs Brest odds
PSG vs Brest: Match Odds
|PSG||2/9 with William Hill|
|Brest||12/1 with Sky Bet|
|Draw||13/2 with Bet365|
Odds correct at the time of writing. 18+ Only. Terms and Conditions Apply.
PSG vs Brest Head-to-Head Record
Last 4 matches
20 August 2021 – Brest 2-4 PSG – Ligue 1
23 May 2021 0 Brest 0-2 PSG – Ligue 1
06 March 2021 – Brest 0-3 PSG – Coupe de France
09 January 2021 – PSG 3-0 Brest – Ligue 1
Full head-to-head record since 2010
Total head-to-head matches played: 12
PSG wins: 11
Brest wins: 0
PSG vs Brest: Betting Offer
CLICK HERE to claim. 18+ only. *New members. £10 min deposit & bet on sportsbook, placed & settled at 1.5 min odds within 14 days of sign-up. Win part of E/W bets. 2 non-withdrawable £10 Free Bet Tokens: accept in 7 days, valid for 7 days from acceptance (ex. E/Ws & Multiples), stakes not returned. Bet Responsibly. BeGambleAware.org. Full T&Cs apply.
PSG vs Brest Stats
- PSG have won their last ten consecutive meetings with Metz in all competitions
- Kylian Mbappe leads the way for assists in Ligue 1 this season with eight so far
- PSG are unbeaten in their last 11 matches in Ligue 1 – however, they have drawn four of their last five
- Brest are one of the better defensive sides in Ligue 1, ranking 5th for total tackles, first for aerial duels won and third for clearances completed
- 2.82 goals per game have been scored in Ligue 1 this season, making this the most prolific campaign in the French top tier since 1982/1983.
PSG vs Brest Predictions
PSG’s recent Ligue 1 form has raised some eyebrows and some questions over Mauricio Pochettino’s influence at the club. Les Parisiens have drawn four of their last five games in the league, returning to action after the winter break by being held to a 1-1 tie with Lyon last weekend.
Fortunately for the Argentinian boss, his side have all but sewn up the league title already as they possess an 11 point gap over second placed Nice as things stand. For a team with so much talent however, form should be better and they’ll expect to improve with a confident victory here.
Brest are the visitors to the capital this time around but the Pirates will make the trip on the back of a crushing 0-3 victory at the hands of OGC Nice last time out. They don’t have too much to worry about in the second half of the season though with a nine point gap over the relegation zone from the relative comfort of 13th place.
With no victories in their last three games, Michel Der Zakarian’s men will be keen to ensure their winless run doesn’t stretch on for too long before that gap starts to shorten, but in all honesty little can be expected of them in this match given the gulf in class between the two sides.
Kylian Mbappe will always draw attention for his explosive style of play, but it’s worth noting that he leads the Ligue 1 assists charts this season alongside Lens full-back Jonathan Clauss with eight.