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Monaco vs Paris Saint-Germain betting tips: Coupe de France Final preview, predictions and odds

Monaco vs Paris Saint-Germain betting tips: Coupe de France Final preview, predictions and odds
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Monaco vs Paris Saint-Germain betting tips

This article covers Monaco vs Paris Saint-Germain betting tips and predictions, and these are the betting odds.

o – AS Monaco 7/2

o – Draw 11/4

o – Paris Saint-Germain 3/4

Note: All odds mentioned in this article are correct at the time of publishing and are subject to change.

Monaco vs Paris Saint-Germain: Match details

Match: Monaco vs Paris Saint-Germain

Competition: Coupe de France Final

Date: Wednesday 19 May 2021

Kick-off time: 8:15 pm (UK time)

Stadium: Stade de France

Betting prediction: Monaco 1-2 Paris Saint-Germain

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PSG are the current holders of the Coupe de France and, while Monaco have beaten the Parisiens in their last two matchups, we’re backing PSG to triumph in the final.


Monaco vs Paris Saint-Germain betting tips: Coupe de France Final preview, predictions and odds

Paris Saint-Germain’s Juan Bernat celebrates after scoring during the UEFA Champions League semi-final football match between Leipzig and Paris Saint-Germain at the Luz stadium in Lisbon on August 18, 2020. (Photo by Manu Fernandez / POOL / AFP) (Photo by MANU FERNANDEZ/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

Monaco vs Paris Saint-Germain: Recommended bets

Over 2.5 goals is 4/6.

Both teams to score is also 4/6.

Paris Saint-Germain to win (in 90 minutes) and both teams to score is 5/2.

Wissam Ben Yedder is 5/1 to open the scoring and 7/5 to net anytime.

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Kylian Mbappé is 3/1 to score first and evens to score in 90 minutes.

Monaco vs Paris Saint-Germain: What are the betting odds?

Monaco vs Paris Saint-Germain – recent form and head to head statistics

AS Monaco FC vs Paris Saint-Germain FC form
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RC Lens vs AS Monaco FC - 0:0
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AS Monaco FC vs Paris Saint-Germain FC - 0:2
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AS Monaco FC vs Stade Rennais FC - 2:1
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Vallieres vs AS Monaco FC - 1:5
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Stade Reims vs AS Monaco FC - 0:1
Latest match form, last 5 games:
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Stade Brestois 29 vs Paris Saint-Germain FC - 0:2
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AS Monaco FC vs Paris Saint-Germain FC - 0:2
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Paris Saint-Germain FC vs Stade Reims - 4:0
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Montpellier HSC vs Paris Saint-Germain FC - 2:2
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Stade Rennais FC vs Paris Saint-Germain FC - 1:1
Last 5 games for AS Monaco FC
May 23, 2021 Ligue 1 20/21 RC Lens 0 - 0 AS Monaco FC
May 19, 2021 Coupe de France 20/21 AS Monaco FC 0 - 2 Paris Saint-Germain FC
May 16, 2021 Ligue 1 20/21 AS Monaco FC 2 - 1 Stade Rennais FC
May 13, 2021 Coupe de France 20/21 Vallieres 1 - 5 AS Monaco FC
May 9, 2021 Ligue 1 20/21 Stade Reims 0 - 1 AS Monaco FC
Last 5 games for Paris Saint-Germain FC
May 23, 2021 Ligue 1 20/21 Stade Brestois 29 0 - 2 Paris Saint-Germain FC
May 19, 2021 Coupe de France 20/21 AS Monaco FC 0 - 2 Paris Saint-Germain FC
May 16, 2021 Ligue 1 20/21 Paris Saint-Germain FC 4 - 0 Stade Reims
May 12, 2021 Coupe de France 20/21 Montpellier HSC 2 - 2 Paris Saint-Germain FC
May 9, 2021 Ligue 1 20/21 Stade Rennais FC 1 - 1 Paris Saint-Germain FC
AS Monaco FC vs Paris Saint-Germain FC Coupe de France 20/21 form
AS Monaco FC Paris Saint-Germain FC
6 Matches played 6
5 Matches won 6
49 Goal attempts 67
23 Shots on goal 29
17 Shots off goal 26
26 Corner kicks 24
47% Average ball possession 60%
9 Shots blocked 12
6 Cards given 11
68 Free kicks 86
10 Offsides 19
1 Shots on post 1
4 Shots on bar 0
13 Goals by foot 20
1 Goals by head 1
10 Goals scored 16
3 Goals conceded 2
AS Monaco FC vs Paris Saint-Germain FC statistics for most recent head to head matches
AS Monaco FC Paris Saint-Germain FC
61 Matches 61
31 Home Matches 30
30 Away Matches 31
69 Total Goals 85
1.13 Average Goals Scored 1.39
21 Wins 22
22 Losses 21
18 Draws 18
Last 5 games & match results between AS Monaco FC and Paris Saint-Germain FC
May 19, 2021 Coupe de France 20/21 AS Monaco FC 0 - 2 Paris Saint-Germain FC
February 21, 2021 Ligue 1 20/21 Paris Saint-Germain FC 0 - 2 AS Monaco FC
November 20, 2020 Ligue 1 20/21 AS Monaco FC 3 - 2 Paris Saint-Germain FC
January 15, 2020 Ligue 1 19/20 AS Monaco FC 1 - 4 Paris Saint-Germain FC
January 12, 2020 Ligue 1 19/20 Paris Saint-Germain FC 3 - 3 AS Monaco FC


Monaco vs Paris Saint-Germain: Match preview

Monaco vs Paris Saint-Germain betting tips: Coupe de France Final preview, predictions and odds

SAINT-ÉTIENNE, FRANCE – MARCH 19: Pape Abou Cissé of Saint-Étienne, Aurélien Tchouaméni of Monaco during the Ligue 1 match Saint-Étienne and AS Monaco at Stade Geoffroy-Guichard on March 19, 2021 in Saint-Étienne, France. (Photo by John Berry/Getty Images)

7,378 teams competed in this season’s Coupe de France but now just two remain.

This includes teams from former French overseas territories such as Guadeloupe, Martinique, New Caledonia, Tahiti and Réunion.

One of the clubs who’ve reached the final are also based outside of France but slightly closer to home.

AS Monaco have always played in the French football system and, since they were founded in 1924, have established themselves as one of the superpowers.

However, in more recent times, Les Monégasques have found major trophies hard to come by.

In 2016/17 they reached the Champions League semi-finals and managed to break PSG’s monopoly by lifting the Ligue 1 title.

Leonardo Jardim’s side back then featured numerous world stars such as Ben Mendy, Fabinho, João Moutinho, Bernardo Silva, Thomas Lemar, Radamel Falcao and, of course, Kylian Mbappé.

But, that league title is their only major trophy since lifting their one and only Coupe de la Ligue in 2003.

The last time Monaco won this competition was in 1991 when a 41-year-old Arsène Wenger was manager.

Now though, under Niko Kovač, Monaco have a team that can compete.

On Sunday night, they beat Stade Rennais 2-1 with Wissam Ben Yedder and Aleksandr Golovin scoring in the first half.

This means they’ve taken 54 points from the last 66 available in Ligue 1, only losing twice in this period.

So, with one round of league games to go, they’re third, which is the final Champions League spot, one point above Olympique Lyonnais.

Win at Lens on Sunday and they’ll be back in the Champions League; some turnaround having finish ninth last year.

Before then, of course, they could end their long wait for a Coupe de France.

In this competition so far, Monaco have beaten Grenoble, Nice, Metz, Lyon and then, in the semi-finals, hammered fourth-tier GFA Rumilly-Vallières 5-1.

Kovač’s side will travel to the capital confident having already beaten Paris Saint-Germain twice in the league.

Back in November, despite being 2-0 down at half time, a Kevin Volland brace followed by a late Cesc Fàbregas penalty secured a famous comeback at Stade Louis II.

Then, in February, Sofiane Diop and Guillermo Maripán were on target as they won at Parc des Princes for the first time since 2016.

Now, will Monaco win at Stade de France and lift the cup?

Will PSG retain the cup?

Monaco vs Paris Saint-Germain betting tips: Coupe de France Final preview, predictions and odds

BRUGGE, BELGIUM – OCTOBER 22: Kylian Mbappé of Paris Saint-Germain celebrates during the UEFA Champions League match between Club Brugge and Paris Saint-Germain at Jan Breydel Stadium on October 22, 2019 in Brugge, Belgium. (Photo by Marc Atkins/Getty Images)

As for Paris Saint-Germain, it’s safe to say, since they’ve been taken over by Qatar Sports Investments, they’ve dominated French football.

Les Rouge et Bleu have won 27 of the last 32 trophies on offer, winning the domestic quadruple in 2015, 2016, 2018 and 2020.

However, this season, they haven’t had it all their own way.

At the weekend, they hammered Stade de Reims 4-0 in the league; Neymar, Mbappé, Marquinhos and Moise Kean on target.

But, that merely kept their Ligue 1 title hopes alive.

Lille are currently top of the league, one point above PSG, so if Lille beat Angers on the final day, they’ll be champions.

That would be just the second time since 2012 that PSG have not won the league, the other was Monaco’s success in 2017.

A large reason behind this is their terrible record in big games.

As mentioned, Monaco beat PSG home and away but also, the teams currently first, fourth and fifth have all won at Parc des Princes this season; Lille, Olympique de Marseille and Olympique Lyonnais.

In this competition, before the semi-finals, Les Parisiens hadn’t even conceded a goal in victories over Caen, Brest, Lille and Angers.

In last Wednesday’s semi though, Montpellier came from 1-0 and 2-1 down to take it to penalties which PSG won 6-5.

This means they’re through to their seventh successive Coupe de France Final, winning five of the previous six.

The only exception was the 2019 final when Rennes beat them in a penalty shootout.

Mauricio Pochettino lifted major silverware in just his third game as Paris Saint-Germain Head Coach by winning the Trophée des Champions back in January.

Now, will his side add something else to the bulging trophy cabinet?


Monaco team news vs Paris Saint-Germain

Monaco vs Paris Saint-Germain betting tips: Coupe de France Final preview, predictions and odds

Benoît Badiashile of Monaco during the UEFA Champions League match between Atletico Madrid and AS Monaco at Wanda Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid, Spain on November 28, 2018 (Photo by Jose Breton/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Niko Kovač has tinkered his formation a bit this season but, in bigger games, has tended to use a 4-2-3-1.

Going with two up front, as he did at the weekend, in such a big game may be too risky.

In goal, he has a decision to make.

Benjamin Lecomte has played the majority of the Ligue 1 games this season but Radosław Majecki has played in every round of the Coupe de France.

It remains to be seen if he’ll be loyal to his 21-year-old cup keeper.

At the back, Benoît Badiashile and Guillermo Maripán are likely to keep their places with Axel Disasi left out.

The experienced Djibril Sidibé could start ahead of Ruben Aguilar at right-back.

In midfield, Aurélien Tchouaméni and Youssouf Fofana are an established partnership that rarely miss a game.

If Kovač does go with a three-man midfield, Aleksandr Golovin will be in a more central role.

34 year old Cesc Fàbregas will be on the bench; he won seven trophies in England, six in Spain and three at international level but is now looking for his first in French football.

In the remaining three attacking positions, there’s competition for places.

Kevin Volland could be shifted wide-left, having scored 18 goals so far in this campaign, with Gelson Martins on the other side.

Captain and talisman Wissam Ben Yedder will lead the line, looking to add to his 22 goals this season.

Krépin Diatta and Sofiane Diop would miss out; Stevan Jovetić is injured.

Will Monaco end their three decade long wait to lift the Coupe de France?

Paris Saint-Germain team news vs Monaco

Monaco vs Paris Saint-Germain betting tips: Coupe de France Final preview, predictions and odds

Neymar during the UEFA Champions League second leg semi-final match between Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, north west England, on May 4, 2021. (Photo by Paul ELLIS / AFP) (Photo by PAUL ELLIS/AFP via Getty Images)

As for Paris Saint-Germain, Mauricio Pochettino does not have all of his stars available for one reason or another.

Keylor Navas, as always, will be in goal.

The Costa Rican has won 16 major club honours since 2014 and saved the decisive penalty in last August’s Coupe de la Ligue Final win.

At the back, Presnel Kimpembe will return from suspension alongside captain Marquinhos.

On the left, Juan Bernat and Layvin Kurzawa are both injured so Mitchel Bakker will keep his place.

On the other side, Alessandro Florenzi is only just back after an injury of his own so Colin Dagba could start once again.

At the base of midfield, Idrissa Gana Gueye missed the weekend win over Reims but is expected to return for this one.

So he, and Leandro Paredes, could come into the XI in place of Danilo and Ander Herrera.

Further forward is where the key absentees are.

Marco Verratti is currently injured and is a serious doubt for Euro 2020 where he would otherwise be a key man for Italy.

Also, Neymar is banned from playing in this final due to yellow card accumulation in the Coupe de France.

As a result, Moise Kean could come into the team with Julian Draxler playing more centrally and Ángel Di María keeping his place wide-left.

There’s no doubt who’ll lead the line.

Without Neymar, even more responsibility will be on Kylian Mbappé’s shoulders.

He won Ligue 1 with Monaco in 2017 and has since lifting nine major trophies with PSG as well as the World Cup.

Will he win yet another?

Pablo Sarabia and Mauro Icardi will be the attacking alternatives left in reserve.

Will Paris Saint-Germain be celebrating at the Stade de France yet again?


Predicted Monaco line-up vs Paris Saint-Germain

Predicted Monaco line-up vs Paris Saint-Germain

Predicted AS Monaco line-up vs Paris Saint-Germain.

Predicted Paris Saint-Germain line-up vs Monaco

Predicted Paris Saint-Germain line-up vs Monaco

Predicted Paris Saint-Germain line-up vs AS Monaco.

Highlights of Montpellier 2-2 Paris Saint Germain

Highlights of GFA Rumilly-Vallières 1-5 Monaco

Highlights of Paris Saint-Germain 0-2 Monaco

Highlights of Monaco 3-2 Paris Saint-Germain

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AS Monaco vs Paris Saint-Germain betting tips: Coupe de France Final preview, predictions and odds FAQs

When does AS Monaco vs Paris Saint-Germain kick off?
20:15 (UK), Wednesday 19 May 2021.
What are the AS Monaco vs Paris Saint-Germain betting odds?
Monaco 7/2, Draw 11/4, PSG 3/4
What is the 101 Great Goals prediction for AS Monaco vs Paris Saint-Germain?
AS Monaco 1-2 Paris Saint-Germain.