Should Unai Emery’s charges claim three points in this encounter, they will be affirmed league champions for the fifth time in six seasons. Having failed to advance in the Champions League, the Spaniard's time in the Frennch capital could be up at the end of the campaign.
The Red and Blues so far have been untouchable on their home patch in the league, winning all of their 16 French top-flight contests. With this, BetKing sees them as favourites at (1.30) to become champions.
Despite the fact that the visitors have not lost any of their last five domestic league duels against Emery’s men on this turf, they are still chalked up at (10.00) as clear underdogs.
Out of their last five league meetings, four has ended in stalemates. A likely result in this game is quoted at a chunky (5.70).
Leonardo Jardim’s men are on a 17-game unbeaten streak in the French top-flight, which is the longest run without defeat in the campaign. There is thus a huge possibility they'll postpone PSG's title victory party.
The Monegasques can avoid defeat in this match at a whooping (3.48) with the same betting firm.
PSG have scored in 25 consecutive top-tier contests, Monaco have found the net in 94% of their last 17 ties. So, it seems rewarding backing an outcome of three or more goals here available at odds of (1.35).
Considering the fact that the guests have shipped in goals before the break in each of their last seven outings, BetKing offers odds of (1.78) for the hosts, who have been lethal upfront in recent times, to claim victory at both half-time and full time.