PSG vs Strasbourg Match Info
Match date: 7thApril 2019
Kick-Off: 8.00pm GMT
Stadium: Parc des Princes, Paris.
PSG vs Strasbourg Head to Head Record
Last 3 meetings:
23 Jan 2019 PSG 2 – 0 Strasbourg
5 Dec 2018 Strasbourg 1 – 1 PSG
17 Feb 2018 PSG 5 – 2 Strasbourg
Matches played: 29
PSG wins: 20
Strasbourg wins: 4
PSG vs Strasbourg Stats
- PSG beat Nantes (3-0) in Coupe de France and come into the match with confidence
- Strasbourg have struggled for consistency on the road and last bagged an away win in January
- Parisians have bagged wins in all of the sides’ last nine head-to-head clashes at this ground
PSG vs Strasbourg Match Preview
PSG host Strasbourg for their Matchday 31 clash on Sunday evening in good spirits with Ligue 1 title all but secured and a ticket to Coupe de France Final earned in what felt a narrower contest than the scoreline would suggest against Nantes (3-0) midway through the week.
Parisians have thus connected their fourth win in a row after also beating Dijon (0-4), Marseille (3-1), and Toulouse (0-1) in the league, conceding just once along the way. They will now want to keep it up and we feel the visitors – who seemingly have more to play for – will still have a hard time at Parc des Princes.
Strasbourg come into the match on the back of two important wins of their own, where they beat Guingamp (on penalties after a goalless draw) in Coupe de la Ligue and Reims (4-0) in Ligue 1. They’ve had more troubles scoring goals on the road, though, and this will be more worrying.
Indeed, Le Racing have found the net twice in a thriller 2-2 draw against Nimes but failed to do so in any of their two trips beforehand, where they saw a narrow loss at Nice (1-0) and shared the spoils in a goalless draw at Caen. They will now want more in Paris but we don’t see them getting it.
We will thus back PSG to make another step towards the title here and to do so with confidence at the back, as we go for another Home win to Nil at 10/11 with William Hill – after seeing Thomas Tuchel’s men keep clean sheets in three of their last four outings.
We still expect a strong challenge from Strasbourg and with that in mind, we don’t hope to see many goals on Sunday. We’ll thus also go for Under 3.5 Goals FT at 6/5 with Paddy Power this time around, which could prove overpriced as the sides’ third such head-to-head clash in a row.
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