Lyon vs Marseille – After defeating Toulouse 1-2 in Ligue 1, Lyon will be looking for more of the same after their previous performance.

In that game, Lyon enjoyed 57% of the possession and 3 of its 14 shots on goal were successful. Alexandre Lacazette (34′) was the lone scorer for Lyon.

Toulouse made 13 tries on goal against them, scoring in six of them. Toulouse scored with Zakaria Aboukhlal (37′) and Logan Costa (88′ Own Goal).

Lyon hasn’t preserved a clean sheet in far too many of their recent games. In reality, Lyon have conceded 7 goals while failing to stop their opponents from scoring in 5 of their last 6 games.

Lyon has won all five of their home league games entering this matchup. Marseille will enter the match riding high after defeating ESTAC 3-1 in their most recent game.

Marseille enjoyed 72% of the game’s possession and 28 shots, 6 of which were on goal. Vtor Oliveira and Cengiz Ünder scored goals for Marseille, both in the second and fourth minutes.

Troyes made 4 tries at goal for their rivals, with 2 of those being successful. For ESTAC, Mama Baldé scored in the 92nd minute.

Marseille has scored 9 goals in their last six games under Igor Tudor. Five goals have been scored against them overall during those identical matchups.

Marseille hasn’t defeated Lyon in a game played away from home for the previous 13 league games, according to their past performance.

Imagine their elation when they finally secure a victory away from home after going ten league games without a loss. What a strong run they have had.

Lyon vs Marseille – Betting Analysis

Looking at their previous head-to-head matches dating back to 12/02/2020, we can see that Lyon has won 3, Marseille 1, and there have been two draws.

Between them, they scored 12 goals in those games, with Lyon scoring 8 of them and Les Olympiens scoring 4. That equals two goals each game on average.

The teams’ most recent league encounter took place on Match Day 14 of Ligue 1 on November 6, 2022, with Marseille defeating Lyon 1-0. François Letexier served as the match’s referee.

Due to an almost full-strength lineup of players, Lyon manager Laurent Blanc just has one fitness concern with regard to the absences. Malo Gusto is out because of a hamstring injury.

Anthony Lopes, Sinaly Diomande, Dejan Lovren, Castello Lukeba, Henrique, Corentin Tolisso, Maxence Caqueret, Johann Lepenant, Jeffinho, Alexandre Lacazette, and Mathis Rayan Cherki appear to be the players Lyon will deploy in a 4-3-3 formation for this match.

Igor Tudor, the manager of Marseille, is missing a lot of players. Amine Harit (Cruciate Ligament Injury) and Azzedine Ounahi (Fractured Toe) will be unable to play in this game.

Pau Lopez, Chancel Mbemba, Samuel Gigot, Sead Kolasinac, Jonathan Clauss, Valentin Rongier, Jordan Veretout, Issa Kabore, Cengiz Ünder, Alexis Sanchez, and Vitinha are anticipated to start the game for Les Olympiens in a 3-4-2-1 system. In our opinion, Marseille and Lyon may end up canceling each other out in this situation.

What are the best odds for this match?

Looking at what the bookmakers’ view is of this game in the 90-minute result market, a win for Lyon can be had for 2.45, a bet on the draw is 3.74 and betting on a victory for Marseille gets you 2.7. Those are the most competitive prices being offered at the moment.

Lyon vs Marseille – Head -to- Head

Lyon vs Marseille

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