Paris Saint-Germain 14-3-5, Nimes Olympique 4-3-14
2/3/21 3 pm
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PSG is hosting Nimes Olympique at Parc des Princes in round 23 in the French Ligue 1.
After 8 games without a loss, PSG was playing against weak Lorient on the road, and even though they huge favorites here, they were sloppy, and PSG has lost this game. PSG has had 65% of ball possession in that game, 3 shots on goal, 9 corner kicks, 3 big chances created, and a solid 86% of the correct passes. PSG was losing, then leading, and they conceded a losing goal in the 32nd minute. The final score was 3-2 in favor of Lorient. PSG was incredibly sloppy in this game, and honestly, they didn’t deserve a win here. With this loss, PSG has lost the top spot, and they are now in 3rd place with 45 points. Offensively, PSG is the best team in the league with 50 scored goals, and they are also the best defensive team with only 14 conceded goals. Mbappe is the leading goalscorer for PSG with 14 goals and 6 assists, while Kean added 9 goals. Bernat, Herrera, Marquinhos, Diallo, and Verratti are all injured, while Navas is still questionable. PSG will look to get back on the winning track in this game, and maybe even take over the top of the table.
As bad as Dijon is, Nimes is worse. With only 15 points, 17 scored goals, and massive 44 conceded goals, Nimes is in the last place in the Ligue 1 standings, and their chances of getting out of the relegation zone are slim to none. Nimes has lost 14 games so far this season, and they were actually the better team on the road than at home. In their last game against Angers on the road, Nimes has had 61% of ball possession, 4 shots on goal, 8 corner kicks, 1 big chance created, and a solid 87% of the correct passes. Nimes was losing 2-1 at halftime, and they conceded one more goal in the second half. Nimes has lost this match 3-1. With only 4 goals, Ripart is the leading goalscorer for Nimes, while Ferhat added 3 goals and 3 assists. Depres, Martinez, Landre, Sarr, and Valerio are all injured for Nimes at the moment, while Dias is still questionable for this match. Nimes is just a bad team all around, and frankly, I don’t see the light at the end of the tunnel for Nimes, and I think they are getting relegated.
In the 5 games, PSG and Nimes have played against each other, PSG has won all 5 of those games while scoring 17 goals and conceding only 2 goals. Each of these 5 games had at least 3 goals, and I see the same thing happening here. PSG will look to get back on the winning track, and I think they will do it in style.