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Olympique Marseille vs Strasbourg

 

Olympique Marseille

Doubtful:

Out (injuries/other): Amavi (11/1 d), Rocchia (2/0 d), Sakai (27/0 d)

Suspended: -

 

Strasbourg

Doubtful:

Out (injuries/other): Mothiba (0/0 f), Simakan (19/1 d), Saadi (7/0 f), Waris (15/1 f), Kamara (8/0 g)

Suspended: Thomasson (34/5 m)

 

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Both Teams To Score
Olympique Marseille
17 home games
Strasbourg
17 away games
71% Both teams to score 53%
12% BTTS in the first-half 24%
53% BTTS in the second-half 18%
47% BTTS and over 2.5 goals 35%
41% Win and BTTS 12%
24% Draw and BTTS 18%
6% Lose and BTTS 24%
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Marseille vs Strasbourg

After Jorge Sampaoli took over the bench, the hosts improved their form and got closer to 5th place. They are only one point behind Lens, and the continental qualification seems a reality for the club from the French coast. Marseille failed to win only once in the previous four rounds, and they suffered only one defeat since the elimination from Coupe de France in early March. Florian Thauvin and the lads haven’t scored in only one game during that period, but they would need to tighten the backline. The home side is on a hot streak at Stade Velodrome since l’OM celebrated four times in a row. The hosts want to keep up where they left off and remain in the race for the Europa League spot.

Alarms are still not ringing in Strasbourg, but the away side should be extra cautious in the remaining four rounds. They head to this match, picking up just a point from the previous three games. Thierry Laurey and the lads have been doing very well in the final third, but they conceded too many goals that cost them a safer position on the standings. Despite scoring in each of the previous five games, Strasbourg managed to book only one win. However, the visitors have been pretty good on the road this season, as they managed to get back home with a win six times from 17 outings, losing just once in the last five. They are six points ahead of the relegation-threatened Nantes, and avoiding a defeat here would significantly increase their chances of survival.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction

Marseille got their confidence back, and the hosts want to continue pursuing the chance to participate in the continental cups next season. Hiroki Sakai will be sidelined for this game, but besides that, the home side won’t have significant injury concerns. The odds on the home win seem pretty attractive, and we believe Marseille will celebrate their fifth straight win in their backyard.

Goals Market Prediction

Both sides have been involved in high-scoring matches lately, and we expect them to continue in the same fashion. Five out of the last six Marseille’s games went over a 2.5 margin, while Strasbourg was involved in four matches with at least three goals on the previous five occasions. Therefore, we expect to see a similar scenario once again.

Marseille to win @ 1.90

Over 2.5 FT @ 2.00

Correct score 3:2 @ 26.0022Bet

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Bordeaux - Rennes 

 

It's a crisis in Bordeaux. 
The American investment fund has left them and it will be very complicated financially for the future. They are waiting impatiently for a buyer. 

The group is living very badly, with a lot of tension and no cohesion ! 

The relegation is more than ever possible, and I think that against Rennes tomorrow it will be very complicated for them.

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Monaco vs Lyon

The home side is in a hot run lately since they celebrated seven times in a row in all competitions. Monaco missed the chance to win just once on the previous nine occasions, and that streak launched them to 3rd place. Niko Kovac’s side is two points behind Lille and four behind PSG but has a game in hand. Les Monegasques are the second most efficient team in Ligue 1, but that’s not their most significant strength lately. Ruben Aguilar and the lads managed to keep the clean sheet nine times in a row, and Monaco conceded just once in the last 12 matches! They are the best hosts in the league, as Monaco lost only once at Stade Louis II. However, the home side will face severe selection troubles, as several players are sidelined due to positive Covid-19 tests. The most notable names that will miss this game are Sofiane Diop, Aleksandr Golovin, Gelson Martins, and Stevan Jovetic. Still, Monaco wants to keep the run going and stay in the title battle.

Lyon missed the chance to get back in the title race after losing to Lille in the latest round. Although l’OL had a 2:0 advantage, the visitors managed to turn around the result completely and keep their top spot intact. The visitors are four points behind their upcoming rivals, and only a victory can keep their Champions League chances alive. Rudi Garcia’s side has been pretty inconsistent lately, as they managed to win only twice in the previous five rounds. On the other hand, they have been excellent on the road, losing just one game during the campaign. However, the away side will also face some selection troubles. Lyon cannot count on their best player, Memphis Depay, due to a suspension. Islam Slimani, who scored against Lille and heavily impacted his team’s second goal, will be doubtful, while Melvin Bard is tested positive on Covid-19.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction

It is going to be a tight match that can go either way. If they hadn’t missed many important players, we would consider Monaco as favorites. In this case, Lyon might snatch a point here, despite losing against Monaco in Coupe de France just ten days ago.

Goals Market Prediction

A number of missing players could also negatively impact Monaco’s streak without conceding. Lyon has significant attacking potential, despite Depay’s absence. We expect to see an efficient clash in which both teams should be able to find the back of the net.

Draw @ 3.60

BTTS Yes @ 1.50

Correct score 2:2 @ 11.0022Bet

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