Monaco vs Nice Prediction, Head-To-Head, Live Stream Time, Date, Team News, lineup news, Odds, Stats, Betting Tips Trends, Where To Watch Live Score French Ligue 1 2023 Telecast Today Match Details – February 26

On Sunday, February 26, AS Monaco will take on OGC Nice at the Stade Louis II in Ligue 1, hoping to make it five straight victories in the top division. Les Monegasques have won their last four domestic league games, defeating Auxerre, Clermont Foot, PSG, and Brest. With 50 points from 24 games, they have moved up to third place in the standings and are unbeaten in their last nine games.

That defeat ended Monaco’s 11-game winning streak across all competitions and their unbeaten start to 2023, their last defeat coming in November before the midseason break. In the meantime, Nice is doing well in the top division of France, going seven games without defeat. However, after a goalless draw with Reims the previous time out, they must have been disappointed to see their four-game winning streak in the league end.


This could end in a tie because neither team has lost in their last few games, including four of their last five top-flight contests.

Prediction: OGC Nice beat AS Monaco 1-1.


Monaco has won 20 of the 43 matches it has played, while the other team has lost 13.

Since the beginning of the 2020–21 season, Nice has only lost to Monaco once.

In March 2020, Nice defeated Monaco 2-1 in the Ligue 1.

Since losing to Nice 1-0 in September 2014, Monaco has not lost in seven Ligue 1 games played at home.

This season, Monaco has won their last four Ligue 1 games, their best run in the league. For the second time this season, between September and October 2022, they could win five games in a row.

In Europe’s top five divisions, only Barcelona and Nantes have more clean sheets in 2023 than Nice, with five.

Team news

A few Nice players will be out for the rest of the month: Marcin Bulka, who has a sore shoulder, Youcef Atal, who has a pulled hamstring, Nicolas Pepe, who is still recovering from an injury to his knee, and Joe Bryan, who is still out with a calf injury.

Kasper Schmeichel kept his eighth clean sheet of the season last weekend when he saved a penalty kick from Folarin Balogun, the Ligue 1 team’s joint top scorer, in their home draw with Reims.

Billal Brahimi has scored three goals in his last three home games, including a brace in their previous road game against Marseille, when they beat them. Gaetan Laborde, the team’s leading scorer, has scored in Nice’s last two away games in this competition.



  • Nubel;
  • Matsima, Disasi, Sarr, Henrique;
  • Diatta, Fofana, Magassa, Golovin;
  • Ben Yedder, Embolo


  • Schmeichel;
  • Lotomba, Dante, Todibo, Bard;
  • Rosario, Boudaoui, Ramsey;
  • Diop, Moffi, Laborde

Betting Tips

Result: Goals that go over or under 2.5: Both teams to score under 2.5: Yes

Where to watch

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