PSG have begun the 2018/19 Ligue 1 season with 11 straight victories.

Taking the PSG odds of 1/250 to win the French top-flight title for the sixth time in seven seasons won’t appeal to those seeking meatier odds, so how about a 66/1 bet instead?

That’s the price on Thomas Tuchel’s men winning all of their 38 league games this campaign.

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PSG’s clear dominance over the rest of the French top tier is not only shown in their winning streak, but their positive goal difference of 33.

This obviously means their average winning margin in league victories is three goals.

Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and co scored at least three times in each of their opening 10 fixtures, with the latest 2-0 away success coming at one of their theoretical title rivals in Marseille.

PSG odds on winning all 38 Ligue 1 games

PSG odds are available to win all of their Ligue 1 fixtures this season

In terms of the Ligue 1 betting, Lyon are second favourites at 33/1 and PSG have already brushed them aside 5-0, despite having defender Presnel Kimpembe sent off in the first half.

To put their current achievement of 11 successive victories to kick off a season into perspective, the only other time such a feat has been accomplished across Europe’s top-five leagues was back in the 1960/61 season, when Tottenham started the English top-flight season in flying form.

If this record is to be broken, Tuchel’s men must win at home to Lille next, who currently sit second in the standings, eight points adrift of top spot.

Despite being their closest pursuers, the PSG odds are still 1/5 to beat Lille.

Other season-long PSG odds

Alternatively, for those wanting season-long PSG odds, it’s 10/11 they become the first team ever to complete an entire Ligue 1 season unbeaten.

It’s 4/6 that they secure 100 points or more from their 38 games. PSG currently hold the points record when securing 96 in the 2015/16 campaign.

Many will expect PSG to slip up at least once across the season, especially if facing a tricky away game days ahead of a big European encounter when hefty squad rotation is likely.

But the longer the win streak continues, the more prevalent it will be in the public eye and the greater the focus on achieving it. At PSG odds of 66/1, this price will only get shorter as the season goes on.