PRONOS PARIS RMC The bets of January 15 on Paris-SG – Brest – Ligue 1

Our prediction: Paris-SG beats Brest and Mbappé scores (1.64)

Ten consecutive streak victories in progress! In ten years, PSG has won in 100% of cases when it faced Brest, both at the Parc des Princes and in Brittany. In the first leg, the Ligue 1 leader won 4-2 at Francis Le Blé thanks in particular to a goal from Kylian Mbappé. Last season, the Brestois lost in the capital 3-0. In addition, Brendan Chardonnet’s partners have only taken one point out of nine during the last three days of the championship: 4-0 defeat at home against Montpellier, 1-1 at Troyes and another 3-0 home loss against Nice as they were on the manpower for over an hour after Schneiderlin was sent off. All this is not very reassuring before going to challenge a vengeful Paris Saint-Germain (only one victory for four draws since December 1). Although deprived of Neymar (injured), Messi (in recovery) as well as Hakimi, Gueye and Diallo (CAN), Paris has the weapons to win against its favorite victim. With a Di Maria / Icardi / Mbappé attack, the leader could easily win against Brest in my opinion. And since Kylian has just scored nine goals in five games but was not decisive in Lyon, I see him scoring at least once against one of the worst defenses in Ligue 1.

You will find other predictions for this match below. It’s up to you!

Reliability: 75 %

Other predictions for Paris-SG – Brest:

Bet of the day: PSG beats Brest by at least two goal difference and Mbappé scorer (1.98)

Crazy bet: PSG wins 2-0/3-0/4-0 (3.)

Scorer: doubled by Mbappé (3.47)

MyMatch: PSG win by at least two goals and double Mbappé (4.00)

Other safe bets:

Lens ne not lose at St Etienne (1.24)

The Juventus beats Udinese (1.24)

Bruges beats St Trond (1.22)

Feyenoord beats Vitesse (1.39)

Braga defeats Maritimo (1.41)

Benfica beat Moreirense by at least two goals (1. 47)

Nigeria defeats Sudan (1.20)

Egypt defeats Guinea-Bissau (1.41)

Total odds for the nine sure bets: 16.47

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Christophe Paillet Journalist RMC Sport