PSG play their last match of 2012 on Friday night when they travel to Brest, and the mega-spending Parisians will be aiming to finish their calendar year on a high and hold onto their top spot in Ligue 1
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Last weekend PSG claimed an important 1-0 home win at title challengers Lyon.
The match drew controversy as five minutes before half-time Zlatan Ibrahimovic stamped (accidentally?) on Dejan Lovren’s hand, only for PSG to take the lead minutes later when, in first half injury time, Blaise Matuidi got on the end of a Zlatan cross to head PSG 1-0 up.
Having negotiated that difficult match against Lyon, PSG will be expecting to close out the year on a high against Brest: a team against whom they’e collected three wins and a draw in their last four meetings.
As ever, all eyes will be on in-form PSG striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic. The Super Swede claimed a hat-trick several weeks back at Valenciennes, and has scored 17 goals in 15 matches since his arrival in France.
As for Brest, they arrive into the match in fine fettle having picked up their first win on the road all season last weekend in a surprise 2-1 away win at Sochaux.
Brest produced the result of last weekend in Ligue 1. Sochaux, clear dominator of the game, gave away the three points at the end due to a effective goal by Israeli striker Eden Ben Basat on the 78th minute. That win propped Brest up into 13th in the table.
Brest will undoubtedly be huge underdogs on Friday night again, but with little pressure on their shoulders there is a strong possibility of the visitors causing an upset.