Red Star Belgrade vs Monaco – Preview, and Prediction

Red Star Belgrade vs Monaco -Red Star Belgrade enters this match after a 1-1 draw with TSC Baka Topola in SuperLiga.

TSC Baka Topola’s goal was scored by Saa Jovanovi (42′). Red Star Belgrade games have recently been high-intensity affairs with lots of scoring being a major feature.

22 goals have been scored overall for both teams over the course of their most recent 12 games (at an average of 3.67 goals per game), with 14 of those goals coming from Red Star Belgrade.

We’ll have to see if that pattern continues into this next game. Monaco enters this match off of a Ligue 1 victory over Nice in their previous game, which ended with a score of 0–1.

Monaco controlled 47% of the game’s possession and two of its 14 efforts on goal were successful. Breel Embolo scored for Monaco in the 69th second. Nice had 12 shots on goal, and 5 of them were successful.

Monaco has scored a total of 8 goals in their last six matches. Monaco has been successful in scoring on each of those times. Their defenders have witnessed 13 goals go into their own net throughout that time.

Red Star Belgrade vs Monaco – Betting Analysis

Because almost all of Red Star Belgrade’s players are in good physical shape, head coach Milo Milojevic has only one health concern to worry about in addition to the team’s absentees.

This is due to the fact that the team is almost at full strength. Due to knee ligament inflammation, Radovan Pankov will not be participating in the game.

Philippe Clement, the manager of Monaco, has a lot of players that are injured and unable to participate. Both Myron Boadu and Kevin Volland have injuries that prevent them from being considered.  Boadu hurt his foot, and Volland sprained his ankle.

Red Star Belgrade vs Monaco – Head-to-Head