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Marseille - Le Havre
France Ligue 1 - Orange Velodrome
* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change
Marseille and Le Havre lock horns in the French Ligue 1 on Sunday, October 08th. This will be the first-ever meeting between the teams since 2012. Marseille are trying to end a 6-game winless run. Le Havre are trying to stop a 6-game losing run in this fixture.
Marseille vs Le Havre predictions and betting tips
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Marseille to Win
- Marseille won all of the last 6 H2Hs.
- Marseille also hold a near-perfect home record vs Le Havre – W7 D1 L0.
- Marseille have been solid hosts and won 5 of their last 7 home league games (D1 L1).
Total Goals: Even
- Marseille saw 5 of their 7 league games so far finish with an even amount of goals in them.
- There were also an even number of goals in 5 of the last 6 H2Hs.
- Le Havre saw 3 of their last 4 away matches produce an even number of goals.
Top betting odds and key stats for Marseille vs Le Havre
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Now, let's take a better look at the best markets and odds we found for this duel:
Marseille odds: 18/35 (1.51) – 66.0% Probability
Draw odds: 15/4 (4.75) – 21.1% Probability
Le Havre odds: 6/1 (7.00) – 14.3% Probability
As we can see, the bookies see Marseille to be the expected winners in this match, with a 66.00% win probability. In other markets, Marseille to Score First comes at 57.50% probability. You can also check our other best football tips for today.
Marseille – Le Havre preview: Latest form, news, and potential lineups
Read all of the latest injury updates and team news for this duel, including our predicted Marseille vs Le Havre lineups.
Marseille’s winless run increased to 6 on Thursday night when only a 2-2 home draw was registered vs Brighton in a Europa League clash. Marseille should have won this match but again inability to score more goals when in control combined with bad individual errors in defence led to the draw.
In the league, Marseille slipped out of the top 10 after losing consecutive games. However, those were both matches on the road and against the top 2 contenders for the title – PSG and Monaco. Marseille’s form at Stade Velodrome in Ligue 1 is good and they’ve won 5 of their last 7 home league games D1 L1.
Influential playmaker Kondogbia is the only serious injury issue in the squad right now. Some rotation is likely as fatigue will be a factor after Thursday. Fit-again Sarr and the aggressive Ounahi could start in this match.
Lopez (GK), Clauss, Mbemba, Gigot, Murillo, Ounahi, Rongier, Veretout, Ndiaye, Aubameyang & Sarr
Last weekend Le Havre struggled at both ends of the pitch when Lille visited them and this led to a logical 0-2 loss. The Dragons conceded cheap goals on each side of the interval, the second one was their own goal, while at the same time, they registered a single shot on target in this match.
This was the first defeat in the last 5 rounds though W2 D2 and Le Havre are enjoying their return to the top flight so far. They recorded draws in all of their 3 away league matches this season.
Influential playmaker Confais remains sidelined. This is the only injury issue though as the other 2 players currently in the treatment room feature rarely even when fit.
Demas (GK), Salmier, Sangante, Lloris, Operi, Nego, Sabbi, Kuzyayev, Casemir, Alioui & Soumane