Brest vs Nice – In their previous match in Ligue 1, Brest and Reims played to a 1-1 draw. They will now compete in this game. Brest had 39% of the possession in that game and 11 shots on goal, 5 of which were successful.
Pierre Lees-Melou (6′) was the lone scorer for Brest. Six of Reims’ 24 shots on goal were successful. Reims scored thanks to Folarin Balogun (91′).
Brest has been giving goals away quite frequently lately, but they have also managed to score one themselves. Brest’s goal has been violated in 5 of their most recent 6 games, yet they have also managed to score in 6 of those contests.
Brest had lost their previous four league games to Nice coming into this match. Nice will be looking to redeem themselves after losing their most recent Ligue 1 match against Paris Saint-Germain.
Nice had 46% of the ball in that game and made 21 attempts on goal, seven of which were successful. Four of Paris Saint-Germain’s 13 shots on goal were successful.
For Paris Saint-Germain, goals were scored by Sergio Ramos (26′) and Lionel Messi (76′). The numbers speak for themselves; Nice has allowed 7 goals in their previous 6 games after being scored against in 5 of those games.
Nice must correct some flaws at the back. However, there is no guarantee that this pattern will continue into the following game.
Looking at their prior performances, Nice hasn’t lost in any of their last six road league games. In their last two league games, they have failed to win on the road.
Brest vs Nice – Betting Analysis
Looking at their most recent head-to-head matches, which date back to February 21, 2020, reveals that Brest and Nice each have one victory and four draws, respectively.
In those matches, they combined to score 18 goals, with 7 coming from Les Ty’ Zefs and 11 from Les Aiglons. That equals three goals per contest on average.
The previous league encounter between these clubs took place on encounter Day 14 of Ligue 1 on November 6, 2022, and was won by Nice 1-0 over Brest. Referee Jérémy Stinat was in charge.
Éric Roy, the manager of Brest, is well stocked and has no reason to be concerned about fitness going into this match because he has a fully healthy bunch to choose from.
With Marco Bizot, Kenny Lala, Brendan Chardonnet, Lilian Brassier, Bradley Locko, Mahdi Camara, Franck Honorat, Haris Belkebla, Hugo Magnetti, Jeremy Le Douaron, and Steve Mounie, Les Ty’ Zefs appear ready to employ a 4-1-4-1 configuration this time.
The only fitness concern for Nice manager Didier Digard is due to the team being mostly at full strength. The absence of Jordan Lotomba (Unknown Injury) from this game.
The starting lineup for Les Aiglons, according to our estimation, will most likely be a 3-4-3 with Kasper Schmeichel, Y. Ndayishimiye, Jean-Clair Todibo, Dante, Antoine Mendy, Hichem Boudaoui, Aaron Ramsey, Melvin Bard, Nicolas Pepe, Terem Moffi, and K. Thuram-Ulien.
When all things are considered, Brest will need to play well to have any chance of winning against this Nice club, which should have the advantage.
What are the top odds for this match?
Checking the latest betting odds for this match in the win-draw-win market, the win for Brest is best priced at 3.34, a bet on a draw is 3.34 and selecting the winner to be Nice gets 2.25. They’re the best prices offered right now.
Brest vs Nice – Head -to- Head
Our Prediction: Under 3.5 Goals