World News – GB – Lyon vs Monaco headline Ligue 1 action on Sunday


Bordeaux are undefeated at home so far this season Bordeaux have beaten Nimes 6-0 the last time the teams met at Stade Matmut-Atlantique Nimes have lost eight of their last 11 games in the ‘away in Ligue 1

Bordeaux fell to their second away defeat of the season last weekend when they were beaten 3-1 against title underdogs Marseille on the south coast, although the Girondins are still unbeaten at the Stade Matmut-Atlantique, and a victory there against Nîmes on Sunday is watching

Nimes’ three-game unbeaten streak had a thrilling halftime last time around, when they were dismantled 4-0 by PSG – a setback that sent them tumbling south to the final three of the division

Brest entered this match on Sunday in 13th place and while they started the season in good shape, their last matches saw a dip

The home team have lost 2 of their last three games, which has affected their position These defeats came against Nantes and Angers where they conceded six goals

However, those games were both away and Brest have a much stronger home record where they have played here three times so far this season and have won two, which includes back-to-back wins. against Lorient and more impressive Monaco

Strasbourg are 18th and could have a long difficult season ahead of them Out of 6 games played, they lost 5 with just one victory and this happened against lower club Dijon

The club entered this game after losing three in a row and last weekend they were beaten 3-2 by Lyon

With Angers, Strasbourg have the worst defense in the league to date and have conceded 16 goals

The last time the teams met in 2019, Brest won this match 5-0 Strasbourg has not won in Brest since 2008

Metz came to this meeting in 14th place because they started the campaign badly but the club have really improved in recent weeks and will seek to surprise their visitors on Sunday

Metz are expected to struggle in the relegation battle this season, but they have actually gone their last four games unbeaten with two wins and two draws

Last weekend they drew 1-1 with Angers and in recent weeks they have beaten Lorient and Reims They also got to draw with Marseille and it’s a good time for the club who could climb 3-4 places with a win

Saint-Étienne slowed down considerably They had clashed with Rennes at the top of the league for the first few weeks but have now lost their last 3 consecutive games to fall 11th and Metz could overtake them with a victory

Last weekend Saint Etienne lost at home to Nice by 3-1 and it must be worrying to see the club concede 8 goals in their last three games They have not tasted victory since the September 17

Last season, Metz won this match 3-1 Metz won the last 3 meetings against Saint Etienne

Reims comes into this game with the real threat of relegation which seems unbelievable as we are only relegation in October, but we have seen it in the past seasons when a club starts as badly as Reims and cannot not get good shape

Currently, Reims are 19th and lost 5 games and draw two without a win They are already 5 points from safety and last weekend they lost 3-1 at home against newly promoted Lorient

Reims have won 1 point out of the last 15 offered and this match seems very delicate for them although Montpellier is not in the best shape

Montpellier are in 8th place with 11 points and have started the season in good shape but their current form saw the club go three games without a win Last weekend they lost two more points in a draw against Monaco and they also recently drew against lower club Dijon

Something is missing from their usual rhythmic game, the question is whether they can find it when they face Reims at home?

The last time the clubs met here was in 2019 when Reims were able to win 4-2 Reims won the last 3 meetings against Montpellier

Lille have won five and have drawn two of their first seven Ligue 1 games this season Both teams have scored in seven of the last nine meetings between Nice and Lille Lille have won three of their last four missions to the ‘away in Ligue 1

Nice and Lille had stark contrasting fortunes in the Europa League fixture list on Thursday, and after their more positive continental efforts, Les Dogues are expected to be the most confident squad on Sunday

Leading the Ligue 1 table and unbeaten after seven matches, Lille successfully transferred their national form to Europe in midweek with an extremely impressive 4-1 victory at Sparta Prague, while the self-confidence of Nice took a huge hit when they were demolished 6-2 in Germany by Bayer Leverkusen

Lyon have won just two of their seven Ligue 1 games this season Monaco has lost just two of their seven Ligue 1 games this season Lyon have won just four of their last 12 league games at home Two of Lyon’s last three games have ended 1-1

Lyon managed to come back to victory last weekend for the first time since August in a 3-2 thriller in Strasbourg, but concerns remain over their domestic performances after their long run in the Champions League this summer

The hosts have won just two of their seven Ligue 1 games so far, making three of their last four and leaving them in a disappointing 10th place Their failure to qualify for European football last season has been apologized for their incredible performances in the Champions League, but the same failure will not be tolerated this quarter

Monaco are just one point above Lyon in 9th place after winning three of their seven outings, and they will feel they have a chance to hold onto their lead on Sunday

The visitors have lost only twice this season and, looking back on last season, they have lost just two of their last seven away days in Ligue 1 Lyon, meanwhile, n ‘have won only four of their last 12 home league games

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