In that game, Clermont Foot had 40% of the possession and 3 shot attempts, but none of them were successful. Seven of Marseille’s 21 goal attempts were successful. Marseille’s goal was scored by Pape Gueye (49′).
In recent years, Clermont Foot have rarely refused to surrender. According to the data, Clermont Foot’s defence has been breached in 5 of their last 6 games, resulting in 12 goals being scored.
We’ll have to see if the game allows for the continuation of that trend. Toulouse and its supporters will be hoping for a better outcome this time after losing to Paris Saint-Germain in their previous Ligue 1 game.
Toulouse had 38% of the game’s possession and 14 shot attempts, 7 of which were successful. Paris Saint-opponents Germain’s had 20 shots on goal, with 13 of those being on target.
Clermont Foot vs Toulouse – Betting Analysis
Pascal Gastien, the manager of Clermont Foot, will be appreciative not to have any fitness concerns whatsoever going into this match with a perfectly healthy bunch to choose from.
We anticipate Clermont Foot to start Mory Diaw, Alidu Seidu, Mateusz Wieteska, Florent Ogier, Jérémie Bela, Yohann Magnin, Johan Gastien, Arial Mendy, Elba Rashani, and Grejohn Kyei in a 3-4-2-1 formation.
Only one fitness issue needs to be resolved for Toulouse manager Philippe Montanier out of a group that is largely available. Rhys Healey is unable to play in this contest due to a fractured ligament.
Maxime Dupe, Anthony Rouault, Rasmus Nicolaisen, Moussa Diarra, Mikkel Desler, Stijn Spierings, B. van den, Oliver Zandén, and Thijs Dallinga are expected to be used in Toulouse’s 3-4-2-1 formation.
Clermont Foot vs Toulouse – Head-to-Head