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Lille VS Monaco, Under 2.25 Goals

FRA D1Lille VS Monaco, Under 2.25 Goals

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Posted Fri, 15 Mar 2019 08:47:26 GMT        

Match Time:3/16/2019 03:45 Saturday(GMT+8)

France Ligue 1---Lille VS Monaco

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Lille: Difficult victory ( Recent Form: W D D W W )

Lille had a difficult game during the previous round visiting subtopper AS Saint-Étienne, but in the final stage it was Nicolas Pépé who made the difference and gave his team a deserved 1-0 win. As a result, the Lille team has entered even more of a no-man's-land, as the gap with Paris Saint-Germain is seventeen points (and another catch-up game for Parisians) in practice, while Olympique Lyonnais follows seven points with ten rounds to go in the Ligue 1. Profit in this match against the number two of last season would bring the second place and the accompanying ticket for the Champions League a little closer and moreover bring the unbeaten series in the team's competition in double numbers . One of the silent forces of Christophe Galtier's team this season is the Turkish right back Zeki Celik who came over from Istanbulspor in the summer. Since then, the 22-year-old Turk has played 25 games in the Ligue 1 in which he was responsible for four assists and only picked up four yellow cards. "Everything is OK." according to the Turk. "We are second in the league and can reach the Champions League. That would be fantastic, because I have never played in it. Next season I also want to play for Lille." The selection of Les Dogues therefore seems to include at least Celik next season, but for the rest there are still many questions about who will leave this summer with the excellent performing team of Christophe Galtier.


AS Monaco: Points loss at home ( Recent Form: D W W D D )

Under the leadership of Leonardo Jardim, AS Monaco has now lost six games in the Ligue 1 (three wins and three draws), but the last two weeks have been a little less smooth for the Monegasken. In the last two games against Angers (2-2 draw) and Girondins de Bordeaux (1-1 draw), AS Monaco was the parent team, but both times they lost points. Now that retention is not yet certain for the Monegasken, that is anything but a favorable development, but with ten games to go and a six-point lead over the relegation zone for AS Monaco, the team seems to have fought their way out of the relegation zone. The great man at the Monegasken in recent weeks is the Colombian Radamel Falcao. Falcao has scored twelve times this season, including three in the last three games. Admittedly, against Girondins de Bordeaux the Colombian was also somewhat embarrassed by causing a penalty for the Girondines, but the captain is again a defining player in Monaco this season. Under Thierry Henry the Colombian did not come up with the best game of his career, but in recent weeks South American seems to be in top form and together with the Portuguese attackers Rony Lopes and Gelson Martins he forms a feared trio.



After all, Lille seldom won with the score too bold. The factor of their success is the extremely disciplined defensive competition. Before an incomplete Monaco, the ability of homeowners to keep a clean sheet is extremely high. The hosts is not a attacking team.


Lille  VS  Monaco

O/U Pick: Under 2.25 Goals

Lille VS Monaco, Under 2.25 Goals

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