01 December 2019 14:34
Tonight's match between AS Monaco & PSG called off TF1 and RMC report that tonight's match between league leaders PSG and AS Monaco at the Stade Louis II has been called off owing to heavy rain in the Côte D'Azur. An alternative date for the fixture will be announced shortly by the LFP. The two sides were due to face off in the final game of this weekend. Get the biggest football stories by email Subscribe Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again later Invalid Email In the end they didn't need a photo finish in the sack race. Unai Emery's departure on Friday robbed grapple fans of some potentially classic P45 wrestling today.
It was supposed to be The Grim Gunner vs Goodison's own Marco 'El Sod' Silva, in a no-holds-barred tussle to be first for the golden heave-ho. Then Emery handed in his spangled leotard at reception and left the building. Arsenal could bounce but are winless in seven as they head to tricky Norwich (2pm). Keep punts fun-sized. Check he's a starter, but the 17/2 David Luiz 'anytime scorer' fits that bill.
If Silva's Everton boys turn up for him, hosts Leicester City (4.30pm) would be in for a more gruelling test than advertised. And if big Yerry Mina manages to head a wee bit straighter he'll be the perfect weapon to help the Toffees exploit a potential aerial edge. Two hefty ifs. But at a general 20/1 Mina 'anytime scorer' is a pretty hefty price. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer picked a very young Manchester United side for the 6,000-mile round-trip to Kazakhstan in the Europa League on Thursday. They lost. But canny Ole won twice, pocketing a brilliant learning opportunity for the kids, average age nine, plus terrific savings travelling on a family railcard. No excuses now for bungling the visit of Aston Villa (4.30pm). Punt red-hot wrinkly Marcus Rashford, 22, 'anytime scorer' at 19/20 (888sport) - with goals in nine of his last 11 games for club and country he's the pick of the day's small prices Wolves have already played 11 more games than visitors Sheffield United (2pm) this season. Their post-Europa record is shaky and they were away in Portugal on Thursday night. Since their dazzling 2-0 win at the Etihad in October, Wolves have kept just one clean sheet in nine games. There's some juice in the Blades' in-from rising star Lys Mousset at 7/2 (Bet365) 'anytime scorer' assuming he starts. Last week: Winners at 15/8 and 21/10 MONACO'S league clash against PSG is OFF after heavy rain battered the Stade Louis II. The French champions were set to travel to 14th placed Monaco in their game in hand over second place Marseille. 1 Monaco vs PSG is off after extreme rain battered Stade Louis II in an unexpected downpour Credit: AFP or licensors PSG lead the table by five points but will not have the chance to extend it further this afternoon. The league leaders welcomed back Brazilian superstar Neymar in their last home match, as they beat Lille 2-0. The 27-year-old has had an injury-hit season so far, making only six appearances in Ligue 1. There has been speculation about him returning to Barcelona after leaving them in 2017 for £198million, with Lionel Messi reportedly begging him to return. Former Borussia Dortmund boss Tuchel said: "He has a huge heart but unfortunately he doesn't always show that he's a generous and reliable guy. "Sometimes he's provocative and it's a real shame because it's not necessary." Tuchel explained that he's said this to Neymar, revealing: "Yes, yes I have told him that. "We laugh a lot together and I always try to say the truth. "He accepts it, but it's difficult (because he) is provocative when he feels things aren't going well, not when he's calm."