In Ligue 1, Strasbourg plays Brest at the Stade de la Meinau on March 5. Despite only winning four games this season, the hosts are 15th in the standings and just one point above the relegation zone. However, Strasbourg appears to be feeling a little more assured at the moment due to the fact that three of them will arrive in 2023.
They should be hopeful of winning given Strasbourg’s recent upswing in form and Diallo’s goals. Additionally, their home record against Brest is favorable. Brest, on the other hand, is in the bottom half of the table, two points behind Strasbourg.
However, they have only scored two points since the beginning of February, indicating a decline in performance over the past few weeks.
Brest is not the worst team in Ligue 1, but they have lost their last three games and not won in five. Worryingly, they have only scored three goals in their last five games and can’t seem to score. Therefore, a home victory is anticipated, albeit by a small margin.
Prediction: Strasbourg 2-0 Brest
The most recent results have favored Strasbourg. They have won three of their last six games with Brest, and they have not lost to them since December 2019. They have not lost to Brest at the Stade de la Meinau since 2007. In their last four games, Strasbourg has won two of them.
Despite their recent defeats to Lille and Clermont, they played well last weekend to draw with Clermont. Brest has only won once in 2023, on January 29 when they beat Angers, the bottom team. Aside from that, they have lost their last three games and five of their ten games since the start of the season following the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Strasbourg’s Habib Diallo has scored 13 goals this season, the same number as PSG’s Neymar, despite his team’s struggles. Three of Brest’s four clean sheets this season have come in games with no goals, the most recent of which came on February 1 against Lyon.
After the midfielder Jean Aholou missed the final match of his three-game suspension last weekend, Strasbourg will welcome him back to the team. But Mouhamadou Diarra won’t play this weekend because the 19-year-old has been out with a calf injury since the beginning of the month.
After the midfielder was given the go-ahead to play against Lille the previous time out, Mahdi Camara will be suspended for the trip to the Stade de la Meinau. Both Franck Honorat and Brendan Chardonnet may not play on Sunday because of injuries.
The former has not played for Brest since the 1-1 draw with Lens earlier this month, and the latter has not played since January.
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