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The week of the double-matches in the French Ligue1 continues. The next match day starts at Michel d’Ornano Stadium, in Caen. There the locally based club will meet the famous Olympique Marseille. Will the guests reach the second place for a while?
After being defeated at home by Lille (0- 1), Caen reacted well to beat Bordeaux away last Tuesday (2-0). Thanks to this away win, Patrice Garande's side sits on the tenth place in the Ligue1 standings.
The last unexpected victory in Bordeaux has interrupted their winless streak consisting of two draws and four losses. An overall team’s stats include eight wins, three draws and ten losses. Caen are the poorest club in terms of goals for. They have scored 0,67 goals per game. Their defensive line is more or less eligible. The hosts have conceded almost one goal per game.
19% of Caen’s games ended with over 2,5 in total.
Marseille have started the second half of the championship with three comfortable wins, against Troyes (3-1), Rennes (0- 3) and Strasbourg (2-0) last Tuesday. With these nine points, Rudi Garcia's men have jumped to third place in the Ligue1 standings.
The visitors have been undefeated within a long period. From the middle of September to the middle of December the Olympians have won eight games and drawn four times. One of the main competitor Olympique from Lyon have interrupted this wonderful series by winning 2:0 at home.
Generally, Marseille have 44 points. Mentioned above Lyon have a point of advantage over Marseille. The fourth defending champion Monaco are behind by the same point.
Caen have two sidelined players (Youssef Ait Bennasser and Adama Mbengue). Jordan Amavi and Gregory Sertic cannot play for Marseille.
Marseille won the last three H2H matches. This November 5:0 at Velodrome Stadium. 1:5 and 1:3 in the last meetings at Michel d’Ornano.
19% of Caen’s games ended with both teams to score (yes). 43% of Marseilles games ended with both teams to score (yes). Marseille did not concede in two consecutive fixtures.
Caen are the King of the games with both teams to score (no). We expect the hosts can interrupt the visitors’ short series with clean sheet.
Caen’s striker Ivan Santini has been directly involved in 66% of his team’s 12 goals. Indeed, he has a record of seven goals in Ligue1 this season.
On the other hand, Marseille’s international midfielder Florian Thauvin is in great form this season with nine goals.
Thus, we predict both teams to score (yes) and recommend to bet on this with a good coefficient of 1.86.