Paris Saint-Germain vs. Brest Match Analysis and Prediction

Reigning Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain will seek to extend their three-game winning streak to four games when they host Brest at the Parc des Princes on Saturday. Kickoffs at 18:00 EAT.

The hosts sit at the top of the Ligue 1 table with 16 points after the opening six matches, level with second place Marseille in points. The Persians will be confident to extend their 15-game unbeaten run in the top flight against Brest. PSG have won each of their last 11 meetings against Brest, a run dating back to September 2011, and should have few problems in claiming maximum points once again this weekend.

Paris Saint-Germain heads into this game off the back of 2-1 Champions League win to beat Juventus in their most recent match. In that match, Paris Saint-Germain had 57% possession, 15 shots with six of them on target and goals scored by Kylian Mbappé (5′, 22′). Juventus got 13 shots with four of them on target and goals by Weston McKennie (53′).

Brest on the other side came into the new campaign on a high after finishing in 11th place last season, their highest Ligue 1 finish for over 30 years. However, the club has struggled to hit the ground running this term, as they have won only one, drawn two and lost three of their opening six league games to sit 17th with just four points.

The Pirates shared the spoils 1-1 Ligue 1 with Strasbourg in their previous game. In that match, Brest had 60% possession, 11 shots with two of them on target and a goal scored by Pierre Lees-Melou (6′). Strasbourg got 10 shots with three of them on target and a goal by Ludovic Ajorque (28′).

Paris Saint-Germain vs. Brest head to head

PSG has an excellent record in the head to head history of this game having won 12 times from the 13 meetings since 2010; one other match ended in draw while Brest is yet to win.

  • PSG 2-0 Brest 15/01/22
  • Brest 2-4 PSG 20/08/21
  • Brest 0-2 PSG 23/05/21
  • Brest 0-3 PSG 06/03/21
  • PSG 3-0 Brest 09/01/21

Home

  • PSG 2-1 Juventus
  • Nantes 0-3 PSG
  • Toulouse 0-3 PSG
  • PSG 1-1 Monaco
  • Lille 1-7 PSG

Away

  • Brest 1-1 Strasbourg
  • Rennes 3-1 Brest
  • Brest 0-7 Montpellier
  • Angers 1-3 Brest
  • Brest 1-1 Marseille

Paris Saint-Germain team news

Manager Christophe Galtier will be unable to call upon Timothée Pembélé who has been sidelined through injury for this game.

Brest team news

As for Brest, Noah Fadiga, Jeremy Le Douaron, Steve Mounie and Romain Del Castillo are all sidelined with injuries for this match.

Prediction and odds

  • Paris Saint-Germain Win
  • Goals over 2.5
  • Both teams to score
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