Strasbourg vs Guingamp ( BETTING TIPS, Match Preview & Expert Analysis )
Strasbourg

Strasbourg

20:45 – 12/01/2018
Guingamp

Guingamp

Our prediction: Under 2.5 @ 1.80
Implied probability: 70.21%
 

PREVIEW & TIPS FOR Strasbourg vs Guingamp

Strasbourg and Guingamp play at the Stade de la Meinau in a match for the 20th round of Ligue 1. In the last direct confrontation for this edition of the league, on 27-08-2017, Guingamp won at home (2-0). The home / away condition deserves special attention, since although this is a game between 11th and 8th overall, it is actually a confrontation between the 10th ranked home games and the 14th as a visitor.

Strasbourg Team News

After 6 wins, 6 draws and 7 losses, the home team is in 11th place, having won 24 points. In the last game, they lost with Metz away by (3-0), after having won (2-1) at home in a game against Toulouse. This is a team affected by the home factor, having won 9 points, with 9 goals scored and 20 conceded, and 15 points at home, with 15 goals scored and 11 conceded. In the last game he played for Coupe de France, he won the Dijon home (3-2) after prolonging. In the last 9 home games for the league Strasbourg have 4 wins, 3 draws and 2 defeats, which has earned 15 points out of 27.

For this competition, you have not lost any of the last 6 games in your stadium. Defensive solidity has not been his strong point, having conceded goals in 8 of the last 10 games but his attack has regularly scored as he has scored goals in 7 of the last 10 matches for this competition. In their home games there is a tendency for goals to be scored as 7 of their last 9 games for this competition have finished with over 2.5 goals. In 19 games played in this competition, he has never been able to give back the marker in the 9 games in which he suffered the first goal.

Strasbourg vs Guingamp Stats

Strasbourg have seen their series of 6 games without losing to be interrupted in the last round and are looking for recovery to rise again in the table of the French Championship. The team is characterized by a reasonable attack that scored 24 goals and is the sixth most positive of the competition, while the defense has left something to be desired, suffered 31 goals and is the fourth most beat, demonstrating the imbalance between the offensive and defensive sectors . Playing at home, as the match on Friday, Strasbourg have only 2 losses in 9 games and it is worth mentioning that in 6 of their last 7 home games, the team scored and conceded goals. For the confrontation with the Guingamp, the coach Thierry Laurey counts on the return of the defender Seka that fulfilled suspension in the last game.

Guingamp Team News

After 7 wins, 5 draws and 7 losses, the visiting team is in 8th place, having won 26 points. In the last game, they beat Saint-Étienne at home (2-1), after having drawn away in a game against Caen (0-0) in the previous game. This is a team affected by the home factor, having won 7 points as a visitor and 19 in their stadium, with 14 goals scored and 7 goals conceded at home, against 7 goals scored and 17 conceded. The team arrives at this meeting after a home win with Niort for (1-0). For the championship, the Guingamp won 7 points in 27 chances, after 2 wins, 1 draw and 6 losses in the last 9 games he played as a visitor. In his league games as a visitor, the most frequent result at half-time was 1-0 (5 out of 9 matches). In 19 games in this event, he suffered the first goal 10 times and only managed 2 rounds. In the last 10 away games for all competitions there has been 1 period that stands out: scored 3 of his 7 goals in the minutes (61′-75 ‘).

Guingamp have a good phase in the French Championship, have not lost 5 games and are looking for another positive result to continue dreaming of a place in the next Europa League. The team has shown only moderate numbers in both the offensive and defensive sectors, having scored 21 goals, being the tenth best attack of the competition, and conceded 24 goals, having the ninth defense less beat, evidencing that a better yield is needed in both the sectors to fight for a better position in the table. Playing away from home, such as this Friday’s showdown, Guingamp won just one win in their last eight games and it is worth mentioning that it is the sixth team that suffered the most goals as a visitor. For the meeting with Strasbourg, coach Kombouare must repeat the eleven of the last day where he beat Saint-Étienne.

 

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