PSG and Lyon face each other for a Ligue 1 title

All eyes will be on Parc Olymique Lyonnais when the two teams face each other this weekend

Paris Saint-Germain and Lyon boast a whopping 16 Ligue 1 Uber Eats titles between them, and Sunday’s head-to-head at the Groupama Stadium could definitely have great influence on whether one of them wins the 2020/2021 crown.

In truth, all eyes will be on Parc Olymique Lyonnais when the two face each other. Les Gones failed to turn their dominance into victory in a disappointing 1-1 draw with Reims. In spite of dropping two points over the weekend, they still remained in the title race.

Lyon are looking as though they are on form in front of the goal but whether or not they will have an advantage over PSG is anyone’s guess. PSG, on the other hand, have experienced all sorts of complexities and issues at the back, with a 2-1 loss to Nantes. That being said, Rudi Garcia should have a full squad to choose from.

Les Parisiens are undoubtedly yearning to make amends for their loss to les Canaris, and seeing that they are likely to fight for a win in Sunday’s game, the both teams to score betting option should definitely be a serious consideration for all the enthusiasts out there. That is precisely why you should be going on over to Meridianbet and checking out their super odds for this upcoming game. Will Lyon be winning on their home turf? Odds are 2.90. According to bookies, odds for a PSG away win aren’t too far off either, with 2.30, and a draw between the two standing at 3.85.
Speaking of home and away goals, what does your intuition tell you about home goals for this match? Odds currently stand at 4.05, 1.67, 1.15 and 1.02 for home goals (under) and 1.20, 2.09, 4.60 and 12 for home goals (over).

Seeing as the two teams will both be vying for a win, would it make sense to bet on both teams scoring, with odds of 1.50? Or are you more likely to bet that one or both teams will spend the 90 minutes without netting the ball? Odds are 2.60 on that one!

Juan Bernat remains on the sidelines with an injury, while Moise Jean has tested positive for COVID-19. Neymar, unfortunately, is unlikely to recover in time to face les Gones.

We have absolutely no doubt that this game is going to be one to watch, so we would recommend you head over to Meridianbet to place your bets right now.

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