Caen v PSG - Friday 19:45, BT Sport Europe
It hasn’t been the best of starts for Unai Emery at PSG as he’s only picked up seven points from four league games and could only manage a draw against Arsenal in the Champions League, despite dominating the game. Indeed, had it been Ibrahimovic rather than Cavani playing up front then it could have been a completely different story, with the Uruguayan seemingly having forgotten how to be the main man up front, having played second fiddle to Zlatan for so long.
Caen’s 7th place last term was their best since 1991/92 and though they’ve lost their two road games so far this season, they’ve beaten Bastia and Lorient at home. They’ve only lost one of their last eight at home but they were well beaten by the top two last season, with Lyon beating them 4-0 and PSG 3-0.
Indeed, PSG have beaten Caen by an aggregate of 5-0 in their last two visits up to the North West coast and they won five of six unbeaten away games against sides that finished between 5th and 10th last term, without conceding a goal.
As a result we’re going to back PSG to get back to winning ways and win without conceding. There was certainly nothing wrong with their approach play against the Gunners and if Cavani can find his shooting boots then some of the pressure will be taken off Unai Emery.