Brest vs Istres by Sureseye

The attack department of Brest did poorly last season, where they scored the least number of goals in league 1 (32 goals in 38 matches); finishing with 29 points, team got relegated and are now in league 2. Their defence was poor as well, conceding 62 goals and were the second highest conceding side behind Bastia. Although they lost their last season highest goal-scorer Eden Ben Basat to Toulouse, In their quest to fortify their attack department, notable buys were Dominique Pandor from Monaco (9 goals in 32 matches), Nicolas Verdier from Gazelec Ajaccio (4 goals in 23 matches) who have already been gelling. They lost defender Paul Baysse (2 goals in 18 matches) to St. Etienne and loaned last season regular attacker Charlison Benschop (5 goals in 27 matches) to Fortua Dusseldorf.


Although, Brest had stiff tests in their pre-season matches, their attacks didn’t fail to score which they eventually translated to their league opener and cup match when they welcome Auxerre loosing 4-1 at home. Against Chateauroux in their opener, Brest failed to hold on to leads two times in an entertaining high score draw (3-3), a match that became explosive after Bonnefoi Landry own goal in 17 minute.


Istres finished last season with a mid-table modest performance, capitalizing on home matches and were poor travellers - (3 - 4 - 12) (14/25). They’ve started the season disappointedly loosing 4-2 when they welcome Auxerre and were eliminated in the cup when they travelled to Tours, failing to hold on to leads two times.


Both teams are playing attack minded football with poor defence lines and will be seeking their first win in a match that should have goals in it.


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Over 2.5 BetVictor 2.25 8 3-1 WON (+10 units)
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