Monaco vs PSV Prediction, Odds and Betting Tips (04/11/21)

Monaco are on course to progress to the knockout stages of the Europa League; can they get the job done against PSV? Find out with our Monaco vs PSV preview here along with the predictions and free tips we mention along the way.

Monaco vs PSV: Our best betting tips

Check out our match predictions for the big game.

These odds from Ladbrokes were correct at the time of writing.

Monaco to win again

Despite Monaco’s recent loss, they have been playing well over the past couple of months; Monaco have won six of their last ten games, drawing two and losing two. It’s important to note that those draws and losses all came on the road; Monaco are four from four at home in that stretch. PSV tend to fall short when they play against big teams; their biggest losses include a 5-0 loss to Ajax, and 4-0 loss to Feyenoord. Additionally, Monaco won the first leg of this tie on the road, they should be able to win at home.

Both teams to score

In spite of PSV’s shortcomings, they know how to score goals. PSV have scored in seven of their last eight games in all competitions; conversely, they’ve conceded in all of their last ten games. As a result of this, seven of PSV’s last eight games have seen both teams scoring. Monaco have scored their fair share of goals; they’ve scored in eight of their last ten games. With this in mind, we’re backing both teams to score, like they did in the first leg.

Plenty of goals

Finally, we’re backing the over/under goals market. We’ve talked about how PSV score and concede a lot; we should also point out that all of their last 12 games went over 2.5. PSV’s most recent games have seen even more goals, as 12 goals have been scored in their last two games. Monaco’s games tend to go over this line too, six of their last nine games have seen over 2.5 goals. All signs point to a high-scoring affair, so we should expect a few goals in this match.

The best odds for Monaco vs PSV

Monaco vs PSV: Team News


Monaco will hope to bounce back from their disappointing loss at Stade Brestois with a win today; Niko Kovac’s men sit atop Group B after three matches, with seven points. Wissam Ben Yedder (6 goals, 2 assists) and Kevin Volland (3 goals, 2 assists) will be among the players to watch.


PSV got a comfortable 5-2 win last weekend, putting an end to their two match losing run; Rood-witten will hope to avenge their loss in the first leg of this tie. PSV have some absentees for this game including Cody Gakpo, Ryan Thomas and Ritsu Doan; they’re big misses.

The final word on Monaco vs PSV

Monaco vs PSV Prediction

  • Who are favourites to win the match? Monaco
  • When is KO? 17:45 GMT
  • Where is the game being played? Stade Louis Stadium