After three consecutive draws against decent opponents, players of Amiens lost 2:0 away from home to Monaco last weekend.
They, however, were pretty competitive and had their own chances as well as the ball possession, but the goals never came. The side now needs a victory to stay above the red zone and not to care about the other outcomes, surely their only target ahead of this clash.
Guingamp started very well against Nimes at home, but even the double lead didn’t help them to get the three-pointer. In the end, the clash ended as a 2:2 draw with the guests leveling up in the second part with the hosts missing few really good chances.
The side has relegated now and has no real competitive motive away from home, while they anyway remain the worst travelers in the Ligue 1.
Forward Mendoza (25/2) is doubtful for this one for the hosts after skipping the previous match as well. The guests miss forwards Benezet (25/3), N’Gbakoto (15/1) and most likely midfielder Kerbrat (25/0).
The odds are slashed and wouldn’t have much of value in the normal part of the season, but with this match meaning everything to Amiens – one goal difference victory for them here should really be a minimum of the outcome.
Tvmoca propose : Amiens (-1 AH)