After an awful performance on Wednesday. Paris Saint-Germain was defeated by Guingamp with 1:2 at home. Despite three penalties that were ruled in favour of the guests. They won in this battle. The next match is coming from Ligue 1, between Amiens and PSG. Actually, the game will be held in Stade de la Licorne, Amiens, France. In addition, the referee who was assigned to the event is Florent Batta.
PSG can make Amiens pay for the defeat after the surprising elimination in the Coupe de la Ligue against Guingamp who are bottom in League 1. Tuchel's men lowered their arms until they fell into the abyss. The team of Amiens in on the seventeenth position and have a lead of 2 points ahead Dijon.
The guests are undefeated in their last 18 encounters in Ligue 1. Also that, PSG have scored at least two goals in their last four games against Amiens in all competitions. Meanwhile, the visiting team is undefeated in their last five games against Amiens in all competitions. PSG hard card Amiens on the score of 5 goals to 0 at Parc des Princes in the first leg.
The away team have scored 50 goals in the previous 17 rounds in Ligue 1. Nevertheless, Amiens has the second worst defence as they have conceded 31 goals. The last two head-to-head games between them were Over 3.5 Goals. Actually, we expect to see a lot of goals here, but after all, we consider to give another interesting tip for betting. This time we will take a note from the last leg game and we will make our prediction - Both teams to score a goal.
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