Lorient vs Paris Saint Germain (Ligue 1, 01.11.2014)

Paris Saint Germain are the only unbeaten side left in Ligue 1 and they had a full week to prepare for the trip to Lorient seeing as they were eliminated from the Coupe de la Ligue. The visitors know how important a win will be to keep up the pace with Marseille, while Lorient, on the brink of relegation after 11 matches played will push for the win that will push them above Caen on the table.

Lorient has only one win in the last six matches, and in their last three defeats they were unable to score at least a goal; all this while having 14 goals against. Their most recent result is a qualification in the next stages of Coupe de la Ligue after coming from behind a goal to beat Evian with 1-2. Their main player, Jordan Ayew was satisfied with his team’s performance even if he admits that Lorient will have to be at their best if they are to walk away with at least one point. Diallo, Autret and Lautoa will miss due to injuries, while Ripoli will hope they can cut back on the difference in class.
PSG won comfortably against Bordeaux, Sirigu kept a clean sheet, but Thiago Silva insists that his team is not thinking about the derby against Marseille. With Ibrahimovic still nursing his ever present injury, PSG will get Cavani back from suspension, and hopefully no red cards will be shown this match. Lucas Moura scored two of the goals against Bordeaux, Lavezzi got the third one and Thiago Motta is also picking up form after missing out for quite some time. The visitors will be pushing for the 19th match in their quest to remain without losing any game, and last time the two teams met, PSG struggled to get a 0-1 win, which is another thing they will try to improve as they are not missing on any offensive power.

PSG to win outright has 1.44 odds, Lorient 7.50 and both teams to score 2.15 odds at Ladbrokes. PSG for both halves has 2.20 odds, Lorient to lead after 60 minutes 6.00 and over 2.5 goals 1.90 odds. A goal line of +2.5 has 1.92 odds and we’re betting 7 units on PSG to score in both halves with 2.37 odds, hoping Lavezzi does score one of the goals.

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