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Lens vs Lille Lens ❌

Lens is coming to this clash after a setback in their latest Ligue 1 performance away to Montpellier, as they failed to be more creative and ended the game with a 1:1 draw.
The guests opened the match in a better way and took the lead over Fulgini in the 4th, failing to use the gained momentum to its full potential, as they conceded an equalizer later in the 59th, unfortunately for them not being able to tap into their play and respond accordingly.
Nevertheless, Lens is enjoying a very productive season, as they are sitting at the 4th spot in the standings, having two points less than second-placed Marseille.
Central-back Fortes (1/0), offensive midfielder Claude-Maurice (13/2), and forward Buksa (4/0) are out. Midfielder Cabot (11/0) and forward Said (17/5) are both unfit for the whole match.
Lille, on the other hand, justified the role of a favorite side in the last round at home facing minors from Brest when they come up with a 2:1 victory.
After scoring their own at the opening, the hosts visibly took control of the situation on the pitch, and even though it required some effort, they managed to turn the result in their favor over Diakite and Aleksandro, both of which were effective during the second part of the match.
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Rennes vs Lille ✅

Rennes ended their mini-crisis in their latest home performance against minors from Strasbourg when they convincingly recorded a 3:0 victory.
The hosts were simply a more dangerous side since the kickoff and used their chances with obviously higher efficiency, scoring two times over Gouiri in the first, and confirming their victory with another one via Doue later in the 51st minute.
Rennes is sitting at the 5th spot in the general standings, having five points less than Champions League-placed Lens.
Midfielder Majer (17/1) is doubtful. Out are defenders Assignon (6/0), Traore (19/1), midfielder Xeka (8/0), and forward Terrier (16/9).
Lille, on the other hand, failed to justify the role of a strong favorite last time at home against Clermont when they took only a point in a 0:0 stalemate.
The hosts held the ball for most of the time in this clash and had several opportunities to score, but realistically, the guests were dangerous via counters, a thing that could easily change the direction of this encounter.
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Lille vs Toulouse ✅

Lille is coming to this clash after a defeat in the last round away against slightly favored Marseille 2:1, overly looking, being outplayed in almost every aspect of the game, and simply couldn’t expect more.
The visitors opened the match in a better way, and took the lead over Ismaily in the 12th, but lost their momentum in the continuation, as they conceded an equalizer only thirteen minutes later, and couldn’t do much to prevent the home side to be effective one more time later in the 61st, unfortunately not being in a position to respond accordingly.
Lille is positioned at the 8th spot in the general rankings, recording three victories since the begging of the Ligue 1 campaign.
Defender Djalo (7/1) is suspended, while the hosts should also miss midfielders Zhegrova (5/0), Cabella (3/0), and forward Weah who didn’t play so far.
Toulouse ended their negative run in the last round at home against Reims when they did just enough to record a close 1:0 victory.
They scored the only one in this clash over Aboukhlal back in the 31st, while having a player more on the field in the last half an hour made their job much easier here, as they kept their intact without any major difficulties, many thanks to the quite passive approach of the opposing side.
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Lille vs Nice ❌

Lille managed to regain a certain dose of confidence in their latest fixture on the road to Ajaccio when they did a good job and recorded a convincing 1:3 victory.
The visitors appeared more confident with the ball to their feet, and successfully scored on three occasions over Yazici, Bamba, and Djalo up until the 67th, lowering the game rhythm as the match moved towards the end, and allowing the hosts to score once in the last ten minutes.
They miss offensive midfielder Cabella (2/0) and forward Weah.
Nice is coming to this clash after a pretty poor appearance in the last round at home against Marseille, as they suffered a pretty convincing 0:3 defeat, showing very little creativity with the ball in this one.
They were shattered during the first when they conceded three times, trying to be more challenging in the continuation, but unfortunately, without any noticeable success.
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Nantes vs Lille ❌

Nantes didn’t show much in their latest appearance on the road to Troyes when they come with a narrow 1:0 defeat, stepping away from their European hopes.
The visitors performed with a great deal of passivity and failed to respond to a conceded goal in the 43rd over Ugbo, even though they had control over the ball, especially during the second part of the match.
As mentioned, European chances for Nantes decreased, as they are currently at the 7th spot in the rankings, five points in deficit compared to the Conference League-placed Strasbourg.
They miss left-back Traore (16/0), central defender Pallois (25/0), offensive Coco (19/0), forward Augustin (4/0). Defender Girotto (28/5) is doubtful.
Lille suffered elimination from the Champions League campaign last Wednesday against Chelsea, as they were outplayed across both legs with a total of aggregate 1:4.
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Marseille vs Lille ❌

Marseille did just enough in the last round on the road against underdogs from Bordeaux when they performed slightly more creatively and recorded a victory with a minimal result.
They were on the offensive since the begging and successfully scored over Under back in the 37th, probably deserving a more convincing one, as their appearance was visibly better.
Marseille is positioned at the 3rd spot in Ligue 1 standings, having three points less than second-placed Nice.
The hosts miss defensive midfielder Gueye (15/0) and forward Dieng (14/4) due to AFCON. Goalkeeper Mandada (4/0) won’t play, as well as central-back Gonzalez (6/0). Midfielder Gerson (17/3) and forward Milik (11/1) are doubtful.
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Lens vs Lille

Lens is coming to this Coupe de France encounter after a close 2:1 defeat last time in Ligue 1 on the road to Nice, definitely having regrets about their performance, as they potentially could have done more.
They took the lead first in the 30th over Kalimuendo, appearing visibly more aggressive during the first, but lost the momentum in the continuation and allowed the hosts to completely reverse with two conceded in the 63rd and later in the 79th minute.
With this defeat, Lens holds 9th spot in the rankings, having four points less compared to the European-placed Montpellier.
Central-back Gradit (19/0) and left-back Haidara (11/0) should be suspended for this one. Forward Ganago (14/4) is out due to international duty, while out injured should remain midfielders Machado (11/0), Kakuta (15/2), and forward Said (9/4).
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Sevilla vs Lille

Sevilla failed to be more creative last time out in Europe on the road against Lille when they took a point in a 0:0 stalemate.
They had the upper hand during the first part but failed to materialize their generally better appearance, while their front performance was simply not good enough in the continuation for more than just a draw.
No doubt that everyone expects a better result now, which would bring them closer to the knock-out phase later on.
The hosts have offensive Gomez (6/1), central-back Rekik (7/0), defensive midfielder Delaney (8/0) and right-back Montiel (3/1) set as highly doubtful for now.
As mentioned above, Lille took a point in their last appearance in the Champions League campaign, overly looking, being too static for something more.
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Strasbourg vs Lille

Strasbourg made a decent appearance last time out on the road against slightly favored Lens when they did just enough to record a victory with a minimal result.
They were quite passive during the first part, but having a player more on the pitch since 50th opened their path for something more concrete. The guests used their chance in the 67th and scored over Ajorque and recorded their second consecutive victory in Ligue 1.
Strasbourg is at 9th spot in the overall standings, having two points less compared to the European-placed Lorient.
Forwards Mothiba and Dion (both no play this season) are out, as well as midfielder Bellegarde (6/0). Offensive Waris (5/0) is doubtful.
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Lens vs Lille

Lens managed to be somewhat competitive last time out on the road against PSG, but they still suffered a 2:1 loss.
They were outplayed during the first sixty minutes of play, as they conceded two goals in that period, but their offense looked better and better as the match moved towards the end.
The guests reduced over Ganago right after they conceded their second one, but unfortunately for them, not being in a position to do something more in this one.
Lens is currently at 5th spot in the rankings, but they need to on alert as both Marseille and Rennes are in a position to threaten them.
Left-back Sylla (20/1) is suspended, while injured is also left-back Haidara (24/2). Central-back Diallo (25/0) should be out injured too.
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