Toulouse vs Lens – Following their 1-0 victory over FC Lorient in Ligue 1, Toulouse is looking to add another victory to their record. Toulouse had 47% of the game’s possession and 4 of its 13 shots on goal were successful.
Zakaria Aboukhlal was the lone scorer for Toulouse (68′). Lorient had nine shots towards goal at the other end with only one being on target. Toulouse hasn’t given up in far too few of their recent games.
According to the data, Toulouse has conceded 9 goals while failing to stop opponents from scoring in 5 of their previous 6 games. However, it’s unlikely that pattern will continue into this game.
Toulouse has lost all three of their league games against RC Lens, according to the form guide going into this contest. In their last four league contests, they have failed to win at home. Soon, something must change.
The team from RC Lens will enter the game having just defeated Monaco by a score of 3-0 in Ligue 1. In that contest, RC Lens had 63% of the possession and 8 of their 21 shots on goal were successful.
Los Openda (9′, 16′) and Adrien Thomasson (56′) scored goals for RC Lens. Monaco made 11 tries on goal with 4 of them being successful at the other end.
RC Lens have scored 14 goals in their past six matches, a total of 12 goals. On each of those occasions, RC Lens has also scored. They have allowed 4 goals to go into their own net throughout that period. Prior to this match, RC Lens has won both of their road games against Toulouse in the current league season.
Toulouse vs Lens – Betting Analysis
Reviewing their previous head-to-head matches going back to February 27, 2010, we can see that Toulouse has won two of them, RC Lens has won three, and there have been one draw.
In these games, 10 goals were scored overall, with 3 coming from Toulouse and 7 coming from Les Artésiens. 1.67 goals have been scored on average per game.
The two teams’ most recent league meeting took place on Ligue 1 Match Day 13 on October 28, 2022, with RC Lens defeating Toulouse 3-0.
RC Lens had 13 shots on goal that day, 8 of which were on goal, and 53% of the possession. Los Openda was their lone scorer (60′, 87′, 93′).
In total, Toulouse’s opponents had nine shots on goal throughout the match, but none of them were successful. The role of the official was played by Florent Batta.
Almost everyone can be taken into consideration as Toulouse manager Philippe Montanier only has one fitness issue out of a nearly full squad. Cruciate Ligament Rupture sufferer Rhys Healey is excluded.
Maxime Dupe, Mikkel Desler, Anthony Rouault, Rasmus Nicolaisen, Gabriel Suazo, Stijn Spierings, B. van den, Zakaria Aboukhlal, Vincent Sierro, Ado Onaiwu, and Thijs Dallinga are likely to be used in Toulouse’s 4-2-3-1 starting lineup.
Franck Haise, the manager of RC Lens, must select a team from a limited pool of candidates. Jimmy Cabot (Cruciate Ligament Rupture), Wuilker Fariez (Surgery), and Mamadou Camara (Surgery) won’t be participating in this game. Due to a suspension, Salis Abdul Samed is unable to participate in this game.
Brice Samba, Jonathan Gradit, Kevin Danso, Facundo Medina, P. Frankowski, Jean Onana, Seko Fofana, Deiver Machado, Adrien Thomasson, Los Openda, and Florian Sotoca are the players we believe Les Artésiens will send out in a 3-4-3 configuration.
Although a single goal will probably not be enough to prevent a loss, we are inclined to believe that Toulouse should have enough to defeat this RC Lens lineup.
What are the best odds for the game?
Turning to the betting odds on the win-draw-win market, putting your money on Toulouse is available for 4.33, a wager on a draw is 4 and betting on victory for RC Lens will get you 1.77. They are the most competitive market prices that can be secured as of now.
Toulouse vs Lens – Head -to- Head
Our Prediction: Away Win or Draw