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PSG vs Lens betting tips: Back Luis Enrique's side to get off the mark

Paris Saint-Germain will meet RC Lens at Parc des Princes as they go in search of their first win of the Ligue 1 season on Saturday evening.

Paris Saint-Germain and RC Lens, who could have been title rivals last season, will meet in Ligue 1's third round.

The two teams will lock horns on Saturday night (2000) at Parc des Princes in a bid to secure their first win of the new season.

There was a tumultuous summer in Paris after another season that fell short of the club's expectations.
The team from the French capital took their sweet time finding a manager, as evidenced by the date Luis Enrique was appointed.
After that, they parted ways with several big names, such as Lionel Messi, Neymar, and Sergio Ramos.
Despite signing key players such as Lucas Hernandez, Ousmane Dembele, Goncalo Ramos, Manuel Ugarte, Milan Skriniar, Sergio Asensio, and Lee Kang-in, the results have been disappointing so far.
PSG's last poor start was in 2020/21, losing their first two Ligue 1 games. Under new manager Luis Enrique, they drew their first game of the season 0-0.

Suggested bet: PSG to win

Then, PSG drew 1-1 with Toulouse, even though Mbappé scored a penalty. Toulouse equalized late with a penalty of their own.
Despite the poor start, Luis Enrique is pleased with his team's performance and believes the players need more time to adjust to his tactics.
It remains to be seen if he will have the same opinion if his team doesn't win against Lens either.
Lens have lost their top scorer Lois Openda and captain Seko Fofana, and their results so far this season suggest that these departures have had a negative impact.
Franck Haise's team led 2-0 against Brest in the first round, but they lost 3-2 in the end. Sotoca and Machado scored for them, but they were unable to hold on to their lead.
RCL took the lead again in the last round, this time through Machado, but they were held to a 1-1 draw at home by Rennes, who missed a penalty in the second half.
Lens' transfer activity has been decent but it seems they haven't bought players that match the level of the ones that have left.

Suggested bet: Over 2.5 goals

Andy Diouf and Oscar Cortes are considered to have potential, but they are not yet established stars. Morgan Guilavogui and Angelo Fulgini are not household names.
Just this week Lens paid €30M for 21st-century goalscoring sensation Elye Wahi, who will likely make his debut at PSG.
Wahi has found the net 32 times already and of all the players born in the 21st century, only Bukayo Saka (40) has scored more goals.

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