Olympique Lyonnais vs AS Monaco (Ligue 1, September 12th)

AS Monaco are trying to adjust to the fact that they have lost two of their stars and this might diminish their chances of challenging PSG for the title. Against Lyon, Monaco will try to recover from the abysmal start of the season which saw them on the 15th place in the table with only four points out of the same number of matches. Lyon is doing even worse; they are on the 17th place with only three points and a negative goal difference.

The hosts have suffered their third consecutive defeat in Ligue 1, are flirting with relegation at the moment, and with their extensive list of injuries things are not looking too good either. Their midfield brain, Gourcuff, has finally returned to training, but Grenier Fofana, Yayyara and Fekir are all expected to miss the match. Lyon could not take care of the advantage Lacazatte gave them and went on to concede and lose against the newly promoted Metz. Despite the will do to better in Ligue 1, Lyon’s record this year, might point you into another direction completely.
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AS Monaco’s transfer window ended with Falcao going on loan to Manchester United, but great hopes are placed in Anthony Martial who at his 18 years, may turn out to be the player to make Falcao forgotten. They are still missing Borja Lopez due to injury, but the Spanish player is expected to return sometime around October. Now, Monaco are placing their hopes to score on Berbatov,the same man who helped them with their latest draw against Lille. Kurzawa was replaced with Echiejile in the defense which prompted Monaco to lose with 1-4 against Bordeaux.
Betfair lets you back Lyon to win outright at 2.64, Monaco at 3.15, and a draw between the two sides is at 3.20. Lyon to lead at halftime is at 3.30, Monaco at 3.65 and Lyon for both halves is at 4.60. Both teams to score at 1.98 and Lyon to keep a clean sheet can be backed up at 2.92, as opposed to Monaco’s 3.25; we are backing with 7 units the over 2.5 goals per match market with odds from Betfair.

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