Match Preview: Dijon 2-2 Montpellier Prediction and Betting Tips 04.12.2019

Dijon – Montpellier Predictions

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Dijon 2-2 Montpellier

Date: 04.12.2019 | Match at: 19:00 | League: FRANCE: Ligue 1 – Round 16 | Tip: Over 1.5 Goals | Odds: 1.50 | Bookie: 1xbet


Match Preview

Dijon host Montpellier after five straight home league fixtures without a loss (W3, D2). Though ‘Les Dijonnais’ are pushing for four top-flight home wins in a row, for the first time since Oct/Dec 2017, a slow start could be due, with Dijon failing to score a goal within the first 30 minutes of any L1 home game this season.
Overall, the feeling is that this game could be a tight clash, especially as just one of Dijon’s last 12 home league fixtures has been settled by a two-goal margin or higher. Of potential relevance to that, four of the previous five top-flight H2Hs (across all venues) have produced a 1-0 scoreline at half-time either way.
Visitors Montpellier travel here after losing just five of their previous 22 top-flight matches (W10, D7, L5), but they are still winless on the road this L1 campaign (D4, L3). Furthermore, the fact that they have failed to score in four of their last six L1 road trips will concern the traveling fans.
Encouragingly though, ’Le MHSC’ boast the joint-third best away defence this season, conceding just 1.0 goals on average per-away game. Scoring first could be a game decider in any case, as Montpellier are unbeaten in the last 17 L1 away games in which they have scored the opening goal (W12, D5).
Players to watch: Mounir Chouiar has netted his two league goals to date in Dijon’s last two L1 home outings (W2). Meanwhile, Montpellier’s top league scorer Andy Delort (five L1 goals) is yet to score in the first/last 15 minutes.
Stat attack: Each of Dijon’s last six home L1 wins have been settled by a one-goal margin.
Montpellier’s L1 away fixtures this term have averaged 1.57 goals per game – a joint-league low.
Four of Montpellier’s last five L1 away games have seen one team lead 1-0 at half-time.