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Online betting Preview Ligue 1: PSG already thinking of the game in Valencia...

21:30 PSG - BASTIA

H2H Comparison (since 1994): 3-5-16

First Round: BASTIA-PSG 0-4

PSG: An easy night for the team of the French capital in Toulouse, who won easily 4-0. Pastore opened the scoring just 4 minutes after the game started, 36 minutes in Ibrahimovic doubled the goals for his team, and all have been made easier when Toulouse was left with 10 men in 40th minutes. 25 minutes after the second half began they scored the third with a header from Sakho and three minutes later van der Wiel wrote the final score, having entered into the game a few minutes earlier. Very good presence for the midfielder Lucas too, who handed out two assists (3 in 4 games) and shows why 40 million was spent to bring him to Paris. In the game the young center-back Conte debuted from PSG II. The pleasant for Ancelotti, except the good performance, is that Lyon and Marseille have lost their own games and now his team took 3 and 6 point difference from them respectively. Very stable in the last two months, with 7 wins and 1 draw in the last 8 in Ligue 1.

If it continues at the same pace the big goal of the championship will approach even more. They are undefeated in their last 11 games in all competitions. They have the best attack (42) and defense in the league (12), having not conceded in the last 8 games. It should be also noted that PSG has won 14 times this year in Ligue 1 and they have not conceded in 13 of them. On Tuesday PSG travels in Mestalla for the first leg with Valencia and maybe Ancelotti will keep some of his stars players. They are undefeated in their last 6 encounters with Bastia (5-1-0). Returns from the African Cup of Nations for the defender Tiéné and the midfielder Sissoko (3 app.), but who will continue to Fiorentina on loan. Experienced midfielder Bodmer (4 app.), a key member of the team the late years, has also been given as a loan in Saint-Étienne. The defensive midfielder Thiago Motta (10 app./1 ​​g.) is still suspended. Beckham still need training to fit in Ancelotti’s plans. The center-back Alex (15 app.) is doubtful, the "other half" of the defense Thiago Silva (15 app.) will certainly miss the game.

 

Home record: 7-3-2

Goals: 19-6

Last 5 games: 4-1-0

 

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BASTIA: The Corsicans hosted Evian in the neutral "Abbé Deschamps" (Auxerre) and after a game with few chance, the two groups shared points staying at 0-0. This was the third and final match away from "Armand Césari" which was closed due to works. That was the third game without victory for Bastia, who remained however 13th in the rank and 6 point above the relegation zone. They face several problems in the attack, having scored only in 2 of the last 7 games in all competitions, but there are even bigger issues on the defense, as Bastia has received the most goals in Ligue 1 (47), keeping a clean sheet only in 4 of the 23 games in the championship. The defender Sans (5 app.) and the midfielder Cahuzak (13 app.) are not available tonight for Frédéric Hantz’s side.

 

Away record: 2-4-6

Goals: 11-26

Last 5 games: 2-1-2

 

Online betting Prediction: With PSG getting ready for the match at Mestalla, the possible changes in the starting line-up and the eight matches run of clean sheets, there is an additional value to bet on both teams to score (2.10 in MyBet). More based in intuition let’s say, because their recent form cannot justify it easily...

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