Toulouse vs Troyes Prediction, Head-To-Head, Live Stream Time, Date, Team News, Lineups Odds, STATS, Tips, And Betting Trends, Where To Watch Live French Ligue 1 2023 Today Who Will Win Match Details – February 1

For a matchday 21 match in Ligue 1, Toulouse will host Troyes at the Stadium Municipal on Wednesday. After a 2-1 victory over Strasbourg in a comeback, the hosts enter the match. Kevin Gameiro gave the hosts a lead in the 20th minute, but Thijs Dallinga equalized for Toulouse just five minutes later and scored twice to win the match six minutes into the second half.

In a home match that ended in a 1-1 draw against title-chasing Lens, Troyes settled for a share of the spoils. In the 50th minute, Yasser Larouci gave ESTAC the lead, but Adrien Thomasson scored for Lens to make it 1-1 with 2 minutes left in the game. The result of the draw put Patrick Kisnorbo’s team in 15th place, with 19 points from 20 matches. With 26 points from 20 games played, Toulouse is 12th in the table.


Since the beginning of the year, Toulouse have been one of the league’s best teams, steering them further away from relegation with their impressive play. Le Téfécé are currently unbeaten in six games across all competitions and have only lost one of their last seven league games played at home.

Troyes will have to work hard to beat them because, in addition to Toulouse’s strong form, they haven’t won at home against their hosts in seven attempts. However, their determined performance against Lens, where they conceded a late equalizer, may serve as a model for them.

We believe that Toulouse will win comfortably and keep a clean sheet to extend their winning streak.

Prediction: Troyes, 2-0, Toulouse


  • In the past, the two sides have clashed 19 times. While seven games ended in a tie, Toulouse held a 9-2 lead.
  • The most recent time they met was in August 2022, when Toulouse won 3-0 on the road.
  • With 10 points from four games this year, Toulouse have been the most consistent team in Ligue 1 in 2023.
  • Five goals have been scored on average in each of Troyes’ last six away games.
  • Toulouse has won five of their last six games, going unbeaten in all competitions.
  • This season, Troyes have yet to draw an away game in the league.
  • Less than three goals have been scored in Toulouse’s last four home games.

Team news

After Toulouse’s victory over Strasbourg, the team is expected to keep its same starting lineup. This means that Rafael Ratao and Zakaria Aboukhlal will play alongside Dutchman Dallinga in a dangerous front three.

Denis Genreau and Rhys Healey will still be out for Montanier on Wednesday night. Both players have been out for a long time as they recover from muscle and cruciate ligament injuries, respectively.

The central defensive trio of Jackson Porozo, Yoann Salmier, and Erik Palmer-Brown could be used against Toulouse in Troyes’ relatively successful use of a back five against Lens pressure last time out.

Kisnorbo’s midfield options are limited without Florian Tardieu, a 30-year-old former Zulte Waregem player who is expected to miss the rest of the season with an Achilles tendon injury.



  • Dupe;
  • Desler, Rouault, Nicolaisen, Diarra;
  • Chaibi, Spierings, Van den Boomen;
  • Aboukhlal, Ratao, Dallinga


  • Gallon;
  • T. Balde, Porozo, Salmier, Palmer-Brown, Larouci;
  • Bruus, Chavalerin, Kouame, Lopes;
  • M. Balde

Betting Tips

Toulouse will win with both teams scoring: No goals under 2.5

Where to watch

This includes matches streamed live and on demand by OTT service beIN Sports Connect, as well as games televised by beIN Sports English and beIN SPORTS en Espaol. More information about the Ligue 1 match can be found in the Voot app.

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