With two matches spare, AS Monaco are almost there. They have all but won the Ligue 1 title for the first time since 2000 and it is completely deserved. The club from the principality have scored 102 times – 20 more than PSG – and lead the Parisians by three points with two matches to go, having played a game less.
A point in either of their remaining fixtures, starting against St Etienne, would mathematically put the trophy out of reach of the current holders from Paris, though Monaco’s current goal difference is 17 better off and it would take a miraculous set off results for that to be closed sufficiently.
With just three defeats all season, Leonardo Jardim will rightly receive plenty of plaudits as he also guided his players to a Champions League semi-final, ultimately being knocked out by Juventus. With this success, however, problems seen certain to arise. It will be extremely tricky to keep hold of AS’s star players over the summer – Kylian Mbappe, in particular is wanted widely after his extraordinary breakthrough campaign that has saw him register 25 goals; in what is a consolation, the 18-year-old Frenchman is purported to be valued at over €100m.
St Etienne travel to Monte Carlo on Wednesday night where a win would move them into seventh place, the highest that they can still finish. This will mean that there is no European football for them next season. Their sixth-place finish in 15/16 meant that they qualified for the Europa League, where they were eliminated by eventual finalists Manchester United in the last-32. Their season has been characterised by 14 draws; a problem that has its roots in a weak attack that has found the net just 40 times.
With Monaco wanting to end their campaign in style, it is likely that Jardim will name a strong line-up. Therefore, the odds are heavily in favour of the home side: they are 1.20 to get a 29th win of the season, while a draw is at 7.75. A Double Chance bet, which encompasses both aforementioned outcomes, is at 1.03. The visitors can be backed at 14.0 to make AS wait until Saturday to be officially crowned champions of France.
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