Reims vs Marseille – Reims will aim to build on their Ligue 1 victory over Monaco by a score of 0-1 from their previous outing.
Reims had 51% of the possession in that encounter and made 17 attempts at goal, 8 of which were successful. Folarin Balogun (51′) was the lone performer for Reims to register a goal. Three of Monaco’s 14 attempts on goal were on target.
The frequency of nil scores in more recent Reims games is an intriguing aspect. In as many as five of their previous six matches, which preceded this one, a wager on both sides scoring would have come up short.
Reims hasn’t defeated Marseille in their previous five league encounters, according to their past performance. In their last nine league home games, they have not lost. It has been outstanding.
Marseille and Strasbourg played to a 2-2 draw in their prior matchup in Ligue 1. Marseille had 41% of the control in that game and 4 of their 7 shots on goal were successful.
Alexis Sánchez (76′) and Chancel Mbemba (49′) both scored goals for Marseille. Strasbourg’s adversaries had 24 attempts at goal, with 9 of them being on target. For Strasbourg, Jean-Eudès Aholou scored in the 88th and 89th seconds.
Igor Tudor’s Marseille have scored a total of 10 goals in their last six games, giving them an average of 1.67 goals per game.
Reims hasn’t beaten Marseille in their last two league games when they’ve faced them away from home, according to their previous performance. In their last eight road league games, they are unbeaten. They have been excellent while traveling.
Reims vs Marseille – Betting Analysis
Looking at their previous head-to-head matchups going back to 10/08/2019, we can see that Reims has won one and Marseille has won three, with two games being drawn.
The two teams united to score 16 goals during this time, with Les Rouges et Blancs scoring 6, and Les Olympiens scoring 10. That equals 2.67 goals per game on average.
The previous league match between these teams took place on Ligue 1 Match Day 1 on July 8, 2022, with Marseille defeating Reims 4-1.
Marseille had a 56% possession rate and made 16 shots on goal, scoring on six of them. Nuno Tavares (45′) and Luis Suárez (75′, 94′) both scored goals.
Six of Reims’ 16 shots on goal at the other end were successful. Folarin Balogun (84′) and Wout Faes (13′ Own Goal) both tallied. Jérôme Brisard served as the umpire for the game.
Prior to this match, Reims manager Will Still has no fitness worries at all with a completely healthy team that is prepared.
The players Yehvann Diouf, Thomas Foket, Cheick Keita, Yunis Abdelhamid, Thibault De Smet, Azor Matusiwa, Dion Lopy, Junya Ito, Marshall Munetsi, Alexis Flips, and Folarin Balogun are likely to play in a 4-2-3-1 configuration for this match.
There is only one fitness issue for Marseille coach Igor Tudor to worry about in a collection of players who are otherwise healthy. Amine Harit won’t be playing because of a cruciate ligament injury.
With Pau Lopez, Chancel Mbemba, Samuel Gigot, Sead Kolasinac, Jonathan Clauss, Valentin Rongier, Jordan Veretout, Nuno Tavares, Cengiz Ünder, Ruslan Malinovskyi, and Alexis Sanchez in the starting squad, we believe Les Olympiens will most likely play in a 3-4-2-1 formation.
Reims may find it difficult to score goals against this Marseille team throughout the duration of the game, as we believe that Marseille may be able to grind out a victory.
What are the best odds for this match?
Checking on the latest odds for this match in the win-draw-win market, a victory for Reims is best priced at 2.96, a wager on the game finishing all-square is 3.52 and taking a punt on the winning team to be Marseille is 2.36. They’re the most competitive bets on offer right now.