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Coupe de France 2018 Odds

Coupe de France

Who wins the Coupe de France 2018?

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Coupe de France is the French cup competition. It also has the automatic qualification option to Europa League like many other cup competition. That is an added bonus for any winner how had a bad league campaign.

Paris Saint-Germain:

Paris Saint-Germain is not the most successful league side in the France but they are the best side in Coupe de France. They have won it in the past 3 seasons in a row. Though they have won the Coupe de France, their last campaign was disastrous. Because with all their facilities the Ligue 1 cup is a must for them. Moreover they were humiliated in the Champions League by Barcelona. So for their next campaign they will rebuild their side with big transfers in the summer. They already have a great squad. So with future additions they are well capable to retain the trophy.

AS Monaco FC:

AS Monaco had one of the best season of their history last term. They won their 1st Ligue 1 title of the 21st century. They also had a remarkable run in the champions League. At first they knocked at Tottenham from the group stages. Then they had an amazing run till the semifinals. Where they were narrowly defeated by the mighty Juventus. The only reason they didn’t reach the final of Coupe de France is because they filled a weak team against PSG in the semifinals. As they had to prepare for the clash with Juventus. Now with their exciting young squad under a great manager in Leonardo Jardim they are sure to have a great cup run next season.

Olympique de Marseille:

For some time Marseille haven’t been their very best. But under new ownership they are slowly but surely coming to their very best. They have started to show their financial muscle in last year’s January transfer window. They were able to attract world class talent in Dimitri Payet and Memphis Depay. So after another splash of cash in the summer transfer window, next season they will show everyone what they are capable of.

Olympique Lyonnais:

Past few seasons have been a mixture of both good and bad for Lyon. They always had good seasons, but they have no silverware to show that. This summer they are certain to sell their superstar striker Alexandre Lacazette. The money coming from his sale should be used properly to strengthen this exciting young squad. If so then they are surely capable to stop their trophy drought.