Marseille have performed very weakly in the first half of the season. The series of bad results have led to dropping out from Europa League, League Cup, and several days ago the lower tier team Andrezieux knocked The Olympians out from Coupe de France. In the league, Marseille also are not performing well and are sixth in the standings. The good news is that they with ten points behind the second in the league – Lille, but with three games less.
The situation of Monaco is similar, the results are bad, and their participation in the Champions League and their position in League 1 suffered, as the team is on 19 place in the standings. Thierry Henry’s appointment as a head coach of the team gave some positive reflection, which is visible mainly for the cups in France. From the start of the year, The Monégasques have played two games, and the victories in them secured a 1/16-final for the Coupe de France and a 1/2-final for the League Cup.
Despite the difference in the position in the standings of the teams, we are expecting an intriguing derby with an unclear final winner. Marseille are good at home, while Monaco won more points in their away fixtures. The games between both teams are with many goals, and because of the bad performance in defence for both teams, we expect both sides to score. Definitely, Monaco is in better form at the moment, as Monaco had some unexpected failures at home. We don’t expect the hosts to win, but even if this happens, it will not be with more than one goal difference.
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Marseille vs Monaco Head to Head
Marseille have won against Monaco on Stade Louis II in round four of the league with 3-2. This was the first victory for The Olympians in seven games. In eight of the previous ten fixtures, both sides have scored on average 4.2 goals per game. Three of the last four fixtures on Stade Vélodrome ended as draws, while for the last time both teams didn’t score in the goalless draw in 2008.
|02.09.2018||Monaco vs Marseille||2-3|
|28.01.2018||Marseille vs Monaco||2-2|
|27.08.2017||Monaco vs Marseille||6-1|
|01.03.2017||Marseille vs Monaco||2-2 (3-4)|
|15.01.2017||Marseille vs Monaco||1-4|
|26.11.2016||Monaco vs Marseille||4-0|
Marseille vs Monaco Stats
- Marseille don’t have a win in the previous seven games in all competitions.
- The Olympians have seven defeats in 58 home fixtures in the league, and one of them was versus Monaco.
- The last four games of Marseille for the league have ended as less than three goals.
- Monaco have lost nine of the last 12 fixtures in Ligue 1.
- The Monégasques have won two of the previous three away games in the league.
- This is the worst start of the season of Monaco since season 1968-69 – 13 points.
- Monaco have 16 goals this season in Ligue 1, while 12 of them were scored in the second halves of their games.
Marseille vs Monaco Odds
Marseille vs Monaco Team News
The hosts have no injured and punished players. The game will miss only Hiroki Sakai who is with the team of Japan for the Asian Cup.
Monaco have 13 injured players. The more famous names from those with injuries are Aleksandr Golovin, Stevan Jovetić, Andrea Raggi, Djibril Sidibé and Nacer Chadli.