Le Havre vs Paris Saint-Germain – betting prediction, odds for the Ligue 1 match (03.12.2023, 13:00 CET)

Le Havre vs PSG

This weekend, in France’s Ligue 1, the fixtures of the 13th round will take place. Here, on Sunday at 13:00 CET, the clash Le Havre vs HSC Paris Saint-Germain will be played. Thus, at the Stade Océane the eighth-placed team and the top-ranked side in the French Ligue 1 table compete against each other. HAC and PSG collected 16 and 30 points respectively.

What speaks for Le Havre?

  • Achieved four clean sheets in the last five league matches.
  • They did so in their most recent home game against the third-placed AS Monaco.

What speaks for Paris Saint-Germain?

  • Celebrated their sixth win in a row in Ligue 1 against AS Monaco on Sunday.

Our betting prediction:

  • Prediction: Both teams to score – no
  • Odds: 1.95

Expert analysis Le Havre

For the home side in the match Le Havre vs Paris Saint-Germain, September ended with a 2-1 against the penultimate-placed Clermont. In the following seven Ligue 1 appearances, Luka Elsner’s team emerged victorious only once. They did so on 5 November with a 2-1 at the fourth-bottom Toulouse.

This snapped a series of four matches, in which the HAC never scored. At the beginning of October, Le Havre lost 0-2 at home against the fourth-placed Lille OSC and 0-3 at the twelfth-ranked Olympique Marseille. This was followed by two goalless draws against the sixth-placed RC Lens and the ninth-ranked Metz.

After the victory in Toulouse, the team from Normandy surprised with a 0-0 against the third-placed AS Monaco. On Sunday, Le Havre experienced another goalless draw at the eleventh-placed Nantes. This marked the sixth time in seven appearances in France’s Ligue 1 that the HAC failed to score. At the same time, they didn’t concede a goal for the fourth time in five games.

Expert analysis Paris Saint-Germain

For Paris Saint-Germain, the away game against Le Havre comes five days after a 1-1 against Newcastle United in the UEFA Champions League. However, Luis Enrique’s side achieved five clean sheets in seven Ligue 1 appearances from the end of September to mid-November. After a 2-3 against the second-placed OGC Nice, September ended for PSG with a 4-0 against Olympique Marseille and a 0-0 at Clermont.

In October, Paris Saint-Germain proceeded with victories at the tenth-placed Stade Rennes (3-1), against the 13th-ranked Racing Strasbourg (3-0) and at the seventh-placed Stade Brest (3-2). Afterwards, the leaders went into the international break with two further 3-0 wins. PSG defeated the fifth-placed Stade Reims and the fifth-bottom team, HSC Montpellier.

On 24 November, Paris Saint-Germain opened the 13th matchday with a 5-2 over AS Monaco. However, the third-placed team in France’s Ligue 1 table netted 17 times in the last ten rounds. Le Havre scored seven goals in the same period.

Head-to-head comparison Le Havre vs Paris Saint-Germain

The home side in the match Le Havre vs Paris Saint-Germain made their return to the Ligue 1 in the summer after a 14-year absence. The most recent competitive matches between the HAC and PSG took place in the 2008/2009 season. At that time, Le Havre suffered against Paris Saint-Germain with 1-3 at home and 0-3 away. On 21 July 2023, PSG won a test match against HAC with 2-0.

Our betting prediction and the best odds

The home side in the Ligue 1 fixture Le Havre vs Paris Saint-Germain drew 0-0 at eleventh-placed Nantes on Sunday. It marked the sixth time in seven league matches that they didn’t score a goal. Simultaneously, the eighth-placed team achieved a clean sheet for the fourth time in five Ligue 1 appearances. Paris Saint-Germain defeated the third-placed AS Monaco 5-2 on 24 November. But PSG didn’t concede a goal five times in seven league games between the end of September and mid-November. They achieved this in their most recent away match against fifth-placed Stade Reims.

Le Havre vs Paris Saint-Germain — betting prediction: Both teams to score – no, odds 1.95

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By Alice Kopp

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