Match Preview: Strasbourg 2-2 Monaco Prediction and Betting Tips 01.09.2019

Strasbourg – Monaco Predictions

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Strasbourg 2-2 Monaco

Date: 01.09.2019 | Match at: 16:00 | League: FRANCE: Ligue 1 – Round 4 | Tip: Over 1.5 Goals | Odds: 1.39 | Bookie: 1xbet


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Going winless in their opening three Ligue 1 (L1) fixtures is not the start Strasbourg would have wanted (D2, L1), and the last time they went winless in their first four top-flight matches was back in 2005/06, a season they were relegated.
However, whilst they have failed to score in their last two L1 games, they have hit the back of the net in four of their five competitive home matches this term, winning 1-0 at half-time in three. Yet although four of those five games featured under 2.5 goals, there has been other drama – two penalties and two red cards across those five fixtures.
Opponents Monaco are also winless in three L1 games (D1, L2), and don’t seem much improved on last season’s disappointing 17th-place finish. Two of those three fixtures saw Monaco losing ‘to nil’ at half-time, and whilst they did pick up a point in their last match, they also had a player sent-off (for the third time this campaign already) and ended up capitulating a 2-0 lead.
With just one top-flight road victory this year (W1, D5, L5), traveling fans will journey here more in hope than expectation and won’t be surprised if their team loses ‘to nil’ – that’s been the case in six of their last seven L1 losses.
Players to watch: Strasbourg’s top L1 scorer last season, Lebo Mothiba, is yet to get off the mark in 2019/20 – Strasbourg have never lost when he’s scored (W4, D5 – in all competitions).
Wissam Ben Yedder (MON) netted before half-time last time out – his last four competitive away goals were as his team’s first goalscorer.
Stat attack: There’s been seven or fewer corners in each of Strasbourg’s three L1 games.
Five of Monaco’s last six L1 away defeats arrived by at least a two-goal margin.
There’s been three red cards across the last two H2Hs.