Nine-time Ligue 1 champions Paris SaintGermain may have struggled to regain their true footing under Mauricio Pochettino, but they have indeed taken the lead and secured a remarkable lead. mind in this game. All is not ideal, however, as their 18-goal tally is their worst comeback to a similar point since the club's Qatar started in 2011/12, and they will be hindered here by injury and disqualified from CAN.
Still undefeated at the Parc des Princes in this Ligue 1 quest (W8, D1), PSG can thank their never-forgotten attitude to such a streak as they have won all three of their first-place home games without fail. they lost first. . The story of H2H keeps readers more positive as they have won ten fierce H2H matches against Brest, with seven of them seeing them overcome a shortfall of 1,
All in all Good things will come to an end The commentary and visit to Brest shows it in the most difficult way possible with a three-match winless streak in Ligue 1 (D1, L2) ending the club's longest first-division winning streak at any time. which (W6). The visitors have also scored eight goals in that three-game winless streak, more than in their last nine combined outings!
The incredible topology outside of Brest (W3, D2) could be crucial for them to claim their main target outside of PSG since May 1991, even if they get only one hold clean sheets in the last 16 visits to the association. Getting to the top may not be a problem though, as they boast the association record for points recovered from giving up before and around 2021/22 with 10 points.
Players to watch in thi match Icardi and Faiver. PSG have won 29 of their 31 serious matches (D2), in which Mauro Icardi's magic hit the net. Romain Faivre has been involved in 6% of Brest association goals this season (G7, A5), recalling two assists for the opposing H2H.
Burning Details: Brest hasn't won against the Ligue 1 pioneers since March 1990 (since D3, L6).
Match prediction: PSG will win this Match with 2 or more goals
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