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PSG vs. Dijon Match Preview and Betting Tips

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Ligue 1 leaders welcome relegation-threatened Dijon to the Parc des Princes in what is expected to be a routine victory for the runaway leaders.

The Paris club who sit 13 points off second-placed Marseille, have been in a relatively good run of form, having taken 13 points out of the last available 15 points. The leaders face a Dijon side bereft of confidence, and who have won just one of their last five league games.

Dijon who finds themselves embroiled in an ugly relegation fight, sit in 17th place, level on points with improving Nimes, but with a superior goal difference.

Team News

PSG head into the game without suspended talisman Neymar, who will serve a one-match ban after picking up two yellow cards in the last game. 

Colin Dagba remains sidelined with a knee injury for the home side while captain Thiago Silva, Ander Herrera, Daillo, all miss out with thigh injuries. Thomas Meunier also misses the game due to illness while Gomis Alfred will miss out for the away side due to a knee injury.

Barbet and Chouiar remain injury doubts for the away side.

Head to Head

PSG have been victorious in four of the last five meetings between both sides, with Dijon winning in one. 

Team Form

PSG last five matches in all competitions: WLDWW

Dijon last five games in all competitions: DDLDL

Betting Preview

Following their win over Bordeaux last time out, PSG have now recorded seven consecutive home matches that has ended with over 4.5 goals.

The Paris club scored 3+ goals in those seven matches, with six of those matches seeing them net 2+ goals in the first 45 minutes.

At the other end of the pitch however, the Parisians have been porous, conceding five in their last six games at the Parc des Prince. They have on average conceded 2.0 goals in four of those games.

However, in their last eight games in the league, they have kept seven first half cleans sheets.

Dijon, who on their part, remains winless in their last five games have only failed to score in one of their last five.

Having failed to pick up a clean sheet in the last five, the 17th placed Dijon have scored 10 goals in the last five matches they have played in all competitions.

Dijon has failed to win an away game in nine attempts in the league (D3, L6). In this period, they scored six goals in the six matches they lost.

Suggested Bets

Over 2.5 Goals @ 2/9

Both Teams to Score/Yes @ 4/5

Kylian Mbappe Anytime Scorer @ 4/9

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