Odds to Win Ligue 1: With or Without Neymar, PSG Lead Bets to Win Seventh Straight Title

Europe’s fifth domestic soccer competition, France’s Ligue 1 kicked off its 2019-20 season last August 9th, together with the nation’s top 20 teams signalling exactly what they’re capable of. Without Neymar, throw out from the team below rumours of transfer negotiations, PSG revealed that the Brazilian celebrity won’t be sorely missed after Cavani, Mbapp?? along with Di Mar??a scored at a convincing 3-0 win over Nimes.
Meanwhile, Lyon, who appear to be PSG’s major challengers, defeated Monaco in a remarkable away triumph with exactly the same score. Could, however, other leading French sides stop these two? Read on to learn more about our stakes.
PSG will be the clear contenders to win their seventh straight cup. They finished last year a staggering 16 points before Lille. And although they chose not to shell out lavishly during this summer’s transfer window, which remains open in France until September 2ndthey brought in talented players to reinforce their squad such as Spanish duo Pablo Sarabia and Ander Herrera. Rounding off the roster, they signed Senegal global Idrissa Gueye and flexible 23-year-old shield Abdou Diallo in Borussia Dortmund.
This makes coach Thomas Tuchel’s team look even more consistent this year, by the deadly attack of Cavani, Mbapp?? and Di Mar??a to a skilled midfield and strong defense. Regardless of the decision to separate Brazilian celebrity Neymar, that will most likely be heading to Real Madrid or, probably, Barcelona, PSG, at just -1000, remain the undisputed favorites to take the name back into Parc des Princes.
Olympique Lyonnais, simply known as Lyon, are happy to go back to their glory early into mid-2000’s times, even when they ruled French soccer and won seven back-to-back cups. The group are constant finishers on peak of the table, also secured the third position last year.
Looking at their new gamers, they seem to have picked wisely, leading to the likes of Danish center-back Joachim Andersen out of Sampdoria and past Lille gamers Thiago Mendes and Youssof Kon??.
Furthermore, trainer Sylvinho’s negative has a highly effective attack consisting of Dembel??, Depay along with Traor??. With PSG’s endless obsession on winning the Champions League, Lyon can handle an upset. Our bet is the 2019-20 Ligue 1 will be a two-way ordeal between the two of these clubs, with Lyon standing at +1400 odds to lift their eighth French cup.
The initial outsiders that come to mind will be Lille, who have three names, their last one in 2010-11. Coach Christophe Galtier’s team finished second last year, and have spent significantly, after their 80-million-euro sale of Nicolas P??p?? into Arsenal. To substitute the striker, they signed Turkish left-footed ability Yusuf Nazici, whose abilities comprise quality shots and moves.
They also brought in Nigerian forward Victor Osimhen, who scored the two goals in Lille’s 2-1 defeat of Nantes in their opening game of the championship on August 10, along with Timothy Weah and Benjamin Andr??. Lille are priced at +3300 to move all of the way this time around.
France’s elegant league certainly is in no lack of talent. Thus, other traditional squads should not be ruled out. These include groups like Marseille and Monaco, among others.
The first one is the fourth favorite side to claim the cup in +4000. The second most successful domestic team with 9 cups, Marseille’s season, however, did not start off well. Coach Andr?? Villas-Boas has been brought in to strengthen their defensive abilities, but they endured a shocking 2-0 home loss to Reims in their first match of the competition on August 10.
Having a limited budget due to fiscal fair play regulations, Marseille’s primary signing this season is Argentine striker Dar??o Benedetto, who with loads of speed and precision, is their principal hope to score targets and bring them to the top of soccer soccer.
Finishing our main stakes are Monaco and Saint-??tienne, both priced all of the way out in +5000 to pull what will definitely be a shocking conquer of the Ligue 1.
Odds as of August 15 at BetOnline

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