[2:50 PM] Paris Saint-Germain & AS Monaco

Will BOTH Paris Saint-Germain (v. Lorient) AND AS Monaco (v. Caen) WIN?

Yes: Both teams Win

No: At least 1 doesn’t Win


Recent Results:

Lorient: 2-2-1

Paris Saint-Germain: 2-1-2


Recent Results:

Caen: 1-2-2

AS Monaco: 3-1-1


Paris Saint-Germain can only hope to reduce the gap between themselves and “Autumn Champions” Nice to four points before the end of the year. They have now gone three matches without a win in Ligue 1 – losing two – and are now on the verge of a crisis, as admitted by Marco Verratti at the weekend.

Lorient secured a vital 2-1 victory over 10-men Saint-Etienne at the weekend and, although it was not enough to leave the foot of the table, are now only three points behind 16th-placed Lorient. Benard Casoni has already won two Ligue 1 games since his arrival at the club, but neither of those wins took place away from home.

The 2-1 defeat at Guingamp was already the fourth of the season for PSG, a poor statistic that has reportedly not been particularly appreciated by the owners. Despite receiving the support of some of his players in the press, Unai Emery will need to witness a strong response on the pitch against Lorient if he is to relive the pressure on his shoulders before the winter break.

Leonardo Jardim’s men uncharacteristically lost their nerves in Sunday’s 3-1 home loss to Lyon, losing any chances of leapfroging league leaders Nice before Christmas in the process.

After two weeks without action, Caen appeared to be in form when they overcame relegation rivals FC Metz with ease at the weekend. Les Caennais, who still have one game in hand over most of their competitors, have less to fear on Wednesday evening as a result.

Monaco had won their previous seven home competitive matches prior to Sunday’s clash with Lyon and will be eager to get back on track against Caen, who have been abysmal on the road since the beginning of the season.


StreakSmarts Pick: Yes: Both teams Win

Confidence: 5/10

StreakSmarter Pick