Stadium: Stade Francis Le Ble (Brest).
Judge: Aurelien Petit.
“Brest”: Bane, Brassier, Filippoto (all – trauma).
Reims: Donis, Shavalerin (both – injury).
Brest in the last round of Ligue 1 interrupted the winning streak, which lasted three matches. For the Reds, it was unsuccessful to visit Bordeaux (0: 1).
Earlier, Olivier Dall’oglio’s charges took the maximum points in the confrontations with Metz (1: 0), Saint-Etienne (4: 1) and Lille (3: 2). At home, Brest is uncompromising – four wins and two draws.
Reims slipped into the basement of the League 1 standings. In the last four rounds, the team got hold of only two points when they drew with Nice (0: 0) and Lens (4: 4).
Between these matches, David Guyon’s charges lost to Lyon (0: 3) and Nîmes (0: 1). In seven away matches, Reims won only once – three draws and three defeats.
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Brest are a moderate favorite in this match. Home win in BC lines marked with odds 2.26.
Reims frankly failed to impress in recent rounds. In the last three matches, the red and white did not score, and their previous trip to the stadium “Francis Le Bleu” ended with a minimal defeat.
Note that a draw can be played for 3.62, and the victory of the guests goes for 3.12.
A more reliable option for a bet in favor of the hosts is Brest’s victory with a zero handicap. Such a bet is offered by the bookmaker with a coefficient 1.70.
Brest have won five of their seven home games this season. In the last two fights in the home arena, the Reds scored seven goals, playing effectively in attack.
The bookmaker’s line is moving in favor of the fact that the match will be effective. Odds offered for total over 2.5 goals 1.87, smaller – 2.03.
I would like to note that Brest’s three previous home games were riding. Reims have scored three or more goals in three previous trips.
Forecast and rate
I take the victory of Brest with a zero handicap for 1.70. Reims look weak in attack and consistently concede.