Soccer fans are looking forward to the match on 10 March 2023 at the Stade Pierre Mauroy between Olympique Lyon and Lille OSC. This match will take place after Lille and RC Lens played to a 1-1 draw in Ligue 1. Lille had 62% possession and 11 shots on goal in that match, including 6 on target.
Jonathan David (69′) and José Fonte (41′ own goal) scored for Lille. Lens had one goal and nine shots on goal for the opponent. In recent times, games featuring Lille have frequently been exciting, with a lot of action involving goals.
At an average of 3.67 goals per game, both teams have scored 22 goals in their last six matches, with Lille accounting for 13 of those goals. In this game, let’s see if that pattern can continue. Lille has not lost in their last ten league games played at home.
a streak they hope to continue in this location. Olympique Lyonnais and FC Lorient played to a 0-0 draw in their most recent Ligue 1 match. Olympique Lyonnais scored five goals with 17 shots on goal and 53 percent possession in that match. Lorient, on the other hand, had 11 chances to score and only one shot between the three sticks.
Olympique Lyonnais has scored ten times in their previous six meetings, showing success in front of the goal. Olympique Lyonnais can also improve defensively after conceding goals in five of those same games, despite Laurent Blanc, their coach, seeing that as a positive sign.
We are of the opinion that Olympique Lyonnais possesses sufficient power to score against Lille. However, they might not win because of this. When there are no more games to play, we believe Lille will win with a hard-fought 2-1 victory. It will be a round of safeguards.
Prediction: Lille 2-1 Olympique Lyon
Taking a gander at their latest no holds barred gatherings extending back to 01/11/2020 lets us know that Lille has won 2 of those matches and Olympique Lyonnais 1, with the number of drawn matches being 3.
During this time, they scored a total of 13 goals, seven for Lille and six for Olympique Lyonnais. This gives us an average of 2.17 goals scored per game.
With a thigh injury, Bafode Diakite did not play in Lille’s weekend draw with Lens, and the right-back is likely to miss another match. Diakite will obviously be a big loss at both ends after scoring in consecutive games, but Gabriel Gudmundsson could play in his place once more.
There is a problem on the opposite flank as well, as left-back Ismaily is still out with a thigh injury. However, Timothy Weah, who is naturally an attacking winger, has done an excellent job filling in in defense. The Algerian Adam Ounas has not played for Lille since the beginning of January due to a leg injury.
With absentees all over the field, Lyon’s injury list is much more daunting for manager Blanc. After breaking his finger last week, goalkeeper Anthony Lopes is out. After letting Julian Pollersbeck go on loan to Lorient in January, 35-year-old Remy Riou has been brought in to fill in.
Jerome Boateng is still out for a long time on defense, and Malo Gusto is still out with a hamstring injury. Thiago Mendes still has a groin injury, Jeffinho is out, and top scorer Alexandre Lacazette is back in training and could play some role.
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