Forecast and bet on PSG vs Nice, stats, odds. Paris Saint-Germain will play against Nice in the French Cup on January 31. Who is worthy to play in the quarterfinals of the tournament?
Paris Saint-Germain have won the French Cup tournament fourteen times, where they started this season with a warm-up game against representatives of the amateur divisions. The Parisians easily dealt with Aulnoy (3-0) and Vannes (4-0).
The metropolitan side have progressed well in the Champions League group stage, claiming three wins and two peaceful outcomes in six games and securing second place behind Manchester City and a place in the play-offs.
In the 22 rounds of the current championship in the main competition in French football, PSG have recorded 16 wins and five peaceful outcomes, which have brought them 53 points and the first position. Not to mention the team’s finest performance in the attacking line, which featured 46 goals, ten of which were scored by Mbappe.
In the last two rounds, Mauricio Pochettino’s charges beat Brest (2-0) and Reims (4-0).
Hakimi, Diallo, Gueye and Neymar, who has just started training after suffering an ankle injury, will not play today.
This year, Nice qualified to this stage of the French Cup after one successful encounter – the southerners beat a modest Cholet (1-0), followed by a failure to wait for an opponent from the Paris-Lyon pair. However, the representative of the capital will take the field today against the Gymnasts, who failed to qualify for the European competitions last year and put all their energy into their Ligue 1 domestic fixture.
In 22 top-flight rounds, Christophe Galtier’s charges have recorded 13 wins and four peaceful outcomes, which have brought them 42 points and second place in the table.
“The Red and Black have produced a brilliant winning streak, with a 11-point gap to their current opponents. In 2022, the Eagles beat Brest (3-0), Nantes (2-1) and Metz (2-0).
Atal, Lemina and Robson Bamba, who has an ankle injury, will not play today.
It will not be easy for the visitors to fight back against the world football leader in this match. Their encounter on the pitch ended in a draw in December, which will embolden the hosts, who won’t mind correcting that misunderstanding. Paris Saint-Germain have won 14 of their last 15 home games in all competitions. Tonight, we’ll favour the Blues Reds, who can win purely on class.
Our prediction is an Asian handicap (-1) on PSG and we bet on it at 1xbet mobile app with odds of 1.81
We assume that the South’s defence won’t hold up this time. In 3 out of the last 4 matches the capital city won with the difference of not less than two goals – we expect PSG to win today with a comfortable difference of two goals.
Second bet – PSG win by two goals for 4.65