Lens vs Monaco by Sors
Lens: Riou – Gbamin, Landre, Kantari, Boulenger – Cyprien, Lemoigne, Nomenjanahary – Chavarria, Touzghar, Coulibaly
Monaco: Subasic – Raggi, Carvalho, Abdennour, Kurzawa – Fabinho, Kondogbia, Dirar, Moutinho, Carrasco – Martial
Lens is already without chances to avoid relegation in the lower division and this wasn’t unexpected, given the fact that the hosts spent almost the entire season among the last three teams in the standings.
1-4-9 9/26 for Lens in fourteen games in the league in 2015 and only one point from the last four rounds: 0-0 on this stadium against mediocre team like Lorient.
It’s obvious, that this team doesn’t have the needed potential and depth in the squad to stay in the league for the next season, while motivation of the players will be additional problem for Antoine Kombouare in the last five rounds.
Beside all other things, the hosts have big problems with injured players in this moment, as Dimitri Cavare (d / 20+1), Ludovic Baal (d / 27+0), Benjamin Bourigeaud (m / 20+2) and Baptiste Guillaume (f / 27+2) are out for this match against Monaco.
The guests were eliminated at the quarter-finals in the Champions League after 0-0 at home against Juventus on Wednesday and will fully focus on their performance in the league, where Monaco is in a tough fight for the third place with the teams of Marseille and St. Etienne.
5-4-0 15/4 for Monaco from the last nine rounds, as the guests will seek a fifth straight win away from home in the league after those against Nice (1-0), Evian TG (3-1), Reims (3-1) and Caen (3-0).
Jeremy Toulalan (m / 26+0), Alain Traore (m / 4+0) and Tiemoue Bakayoko (m / 10+0) are out for Monaco, but the last two players missed most of the games of their team in 2015.
I think that Monaco will manage to win three points from this visit in Lens.
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|Monaco||Pinnacle||1.67||8||0-3 WON (+5.36 units)|
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.