Monaco vs. PSG Betting Tips 20/03/2022

March 18, 2022
Benson Chikezie
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Monaco vs. PSG: Road To Yet Another Ligue 1 Crown for PSG

Benson Chikezie, Senior Author

Ligue 1 leaders Paris Saint Germain are currently 15 points at the top of the table and on their way to reclaiming their Ligue 1 crown. Monaco, however, have other plans as they yet have an outside chance of getting European qualification, sitting just 6 points away from the final European spot. PSG travel to Monaco for their Matchday 29 clash, which kicks off at 17:30 IST on the 20th of March.

PSG’s losses this season have come away from home, and Monaco will seek to inflict more misery on the Paris club after they crashed out of the Champions League. With discontent within the camp of France’s most influential club, Monaco will hope to capitalize on the low morale and grab the much-needed 3 points. Although wounded, PSG yet possess enough quality to dispatch any team in Ligue 1 and are looking to cruise to another league title with games to spare.

Teams Status

Here is the latest on the form and team news for both teams:

Monaco Form and Team News

Monaco occupy the 8th position on the log, six points behind Strasbourg, who occupy the final European place. Phillippe Clement’s men have been inconsistent this season, once again failing to find the heights that helped them to the Ligue 1 trophy some seasons ago.

In their last 5 league matches, they have managed 2 losses, 2 draws, and 1 win while recording 4 losses, 4 wins, and 2 draws in their last 10 games in all competitions. With 11 wins, 8 draws, and 9 losses in 28 games, they have scored 40 goals and conceded 30. Wissam Ben-Yedder remains the brightest spot in their league campaign with 15 goals and 4 assists.

For injuries and suspensions, Krèpin Diatta and Jean Marcelin remain on the sidelines for Monaco.

PSG Form and Team News

Paris Saint Germain exited the Champions League in the knockout stages, even after a busy summer. Marquee signings like Lionel Messi, Sergio Ramos, Donnaruma, and a host of others failed to inspire the Parisiens to glory. They were roundly booed by supporters in their last league outing, even though they won by 3 goals to nil.

They sit atop the Ligue 1 table, 15 points above Marseille, in second place. With 20 wins, 5 draws, and 3 losses in 28 games, PSG are well on their way to another league title. With 3 wins and 2 losses in their last 5 games, they are experiencing something close to a dip in form, although they have enough quality to get past any team in Ligue 1.

For their team news, PSG do not have any injuries or suspensions at the moment and will go to Monaco with their full squad available.

What Do the Sportsbooks Say?

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Matches between these two sides are usually tight contests, and this fixture is even more interesting, seeing that the league’s top goalscorers, Kylian Mbappe and Wissam Ben-Yedder, go head to head. The odds for Monaco to win on the Paripesa sportsbook are placed at 3.72, a draw is at 4.04 odds, and PSG to win is placed at 1.995 odds.

On Melbet’s sportsbook, the three outcomes have the following odds: 3.72, 4.04, and 1.995, respectively. The Parimatch sportsbook places PSG to win at 1.95 odds. The odds for a draw outcome is 4.00, while Monaco to win is placed at 3.80 odds.

Tipster’s Angle

AS Monaco vs. PSG is one tie that football fans enjoy watching. The league leaders have had defensive problems all season, and Monaco will be looking to exploit their weaknesses at the back while being wary of a front trio of Messi, Mbappe, and Neymar.

In the last 5 meetings between these two, Monaco have won twice, while PSG have 3 wins. Monaco have won 3 of their last 5 home games, making this clash even more interesting as all PSG’s losses have come away from home. Here are our tips for the match:

Tip: Both Teams To Score @ 1.57

In the last 10 meetings between these two sides, both sides got at least one goal each in 6 of those encounters. Monaco have a lethal goal threat in Ben-Yedder, and PSG can score multiple goals even on a bad day. We expect both teams to live up to the occasion and score. Both teams to score is available on the Parimatch sportsbook at 1.57 odds.

Tip: PSG To Win Or Draw @ 1.32

PSG may have been unconvincing in recent times, but they will hope to respond to the criticism from their fans by giving them something to cheer about.

They have enough firepower to win this match, and we expect a win or a draw from Mauricio Pochettino’s side. PSG to win or draw is available on the Melbet sportsbook at 1.32 odds.


As the PSG machine continues to rumble on to yet another Ligue 1 crown, AS Monaco will attempt to halt their charge, drawing inspiration from PSG’s defeats to Nantes and Nice recently. We expect a highly competitive encounter with chances aplenty at both ends of the pitch.

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