Paris Saint-Germain vs Nice Predictions

Paris Saint-Germain vs Nice betting tips, match previews & predictions. Two teams still unbeaten in the 2023-24 Ligue 1 season will clash at Parc des Princes on Friday evening, with Paris Saint-Germain hosting Nice in the capital. Who will prevail? Read on for our free predictions and betting tips.

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Paris Saint-Germain vs Nice Predictions


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Ligue 1 Titans PSG and Nice Square Off in Unbeaten Clash

Key Stats
– PSG have netted seven goals in their last two fixtures.
– Nice hold a solid away record, with only five defeats since the start of the previous season.
– Achraf Hakimi, a defender, has emerged as a surprise attacking force for PSG with his recent goals.

Friday night will witness two unbeaten teams of the 2023-24 Ligue 1 season locking horns at Parc des Princes. Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) host Nice in a fixture that promises fireworks.

The Home Side: PSG’s Form and Momentum

Paris Saint-Germain, the champions from the capital, are on a roll after their resounding 4-1 victory over crisis-hit Lyon before the international hiatus. Notably, they executed this feat with a commendable first-half performance where they scored all their goals. This win was led by the likes of Kylian Mbappe and Achraf Hakimi, with Marco Asensio also finding the back of the net. Although Lyon did manage to pull one back through Corentin Tolisso, a comeback was never truly on the horizon.


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However, this was not PSG’s only memorable performance. They have now scored a whopping seven goals in their last two fixtures, proving their attacking might. Yet, with eight points from a possible 12, they still trail Monaco in the league table. The champions are gunning for their third consecutive Ligue 1 title, but with some stumbling blocks along the way, it seems the road won’t be easy. Their recent records also indicate inconsistency, especially in home matches, which they need to rectify ahead of their Champions League opener against Borussia Dortmund and their clash against Marseille.

Nice: Consistency and Resilience

On the other hand, Nice began their season in a sturdy, if not dazzling, manner. Their early matches saw them gathering points from Lille, Lorient, and Lyon. Their recent 2-0 victory over Strasbourg showcased their potential, with goals coming from the boots of Youcef Atal and Terem Moffi. Coach Francesco Farioli’s men have maintained an unbeaten streak, holding a respectable seventh place in the early league standings.

Furthermore, Nice have shown their mettle on the road, having suffered a mere five defeats since the start of the previous season. Their history against PSG is mixed, with both teams securing wins and Nice even knocking out PSG in a Coupe de France tie in January 2022.

Squad Concerns:

PSG faces several squad concerns. Many of their international stars are returning from duty, with Kylian Mbappe nursing a knee injury. Additionally, Marquinhos, Manuel Ugarte, and Keylor Navas might require rest due to time zone adjustments. A slew of other players are also battling injuries. On the other hand, Nice have concerns of their own with Melvin Bard injured and Khephren Thuram doubtful.


1. Match Outcome: Draw

The stage is set for a colossal clash as Paris Saint-Germain welcome Nice. Both teams have demonstrated resilience, remaining undefeated in the early stages of the Ligue 1 2023-24 season. But what gives this encounter a fascinating twist?

Consider the records: PSG, although having scored seven goals in their last two matches, have drawn two of their starting matches. Nice, while boasting a record of fewer goals, have also drawn three of their first six games. It paints the picture of two teams that, while hard to defeat, also find it challenging to secure a clear victory in every fixture.

Furthermore, Enrique’s PSG seem to be in a state of flux, having had an unsatisfactory run at the Parc des Princes with just three wins from their last eight matches. Nice, on the other hand, have displayed a more stable form, losing only one of their last ten Ligue 1 fixtures. When we couple this with the fact that many of PSG’s star players have returned from international duties and might be reeling from jet lag, and injuries to essential players like Kylian Mbappé, the odds seem to favour a hard-fought match with no clear victor.

2. Correct Score: 1-1

The attacking prowess of both teams is evident. PSG, with 8 goals in 4 matches, and Nice, with 4 goals, have shown their capability in the final third. But, they also have moments of vulnerability, as seen in their previous encounters.

PSG, despite their attacking might, have some defensive concerns. They’ve conceded 3 goals in 4 matches. Meanwhile, Nice have conceded only two goals. With both teams showing a decent defensive record but also glimpses of vulnerability, a low-scoring draw seems like a possible outcome. 1-1 stands out as a scoreline that reflects the balance of power between these two sides, as well as the caution with which they might approach such a significant fixture.

3. Goalscorer: Terem Moffi

Terem Moffi has been in commendable form. In Nice’s recent victory over Strasbourg, he showcased his abilities by rectifying a miss with a successful chip to seal the win. Although he might not be leading the charts in goals, his overall play and knack for being at the right place makes him a credible threat to any defence.

PSG’s defence, despite its stars, has had lapses in concentration. Moffi’s style of play, combined with the creative support he’s bound to get from his teammates, could exploit this. Considering his form and the dynamics of the game, Moffi seems a likely candidate to find the back of the net in this high-profile clash.


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