Marseille vs Toulouse prediction, odds & betting tips 17/09/2023

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Marseille - Toulouse

France Ligue 1 - Orange Velodrome

5th Round

* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.

Marseille vs Toulouse top two betting tips

Marseille head into Sunday's French Ligue 1 game against Toulouse on the back of consecutive home wins to start the new season. Toulouse have been shaky so far, especially in defence. To find out more about this game and other French Ligue 1 predictions check our dedicated Ligue 1 betting tips page.

Marseille to Win

  • Marseille won all of the last 8 H2Hs. 
  • Marseille are yet to drop points at home this season – 2 wins in 2. 
  • Marseille won 5 of their last 6 home matches. 

Over 1.5 Marseille Goals

  • Marseille scored 2 or more goals in 7 of the last 8 H2Hs. 
  • Toulouse conceded 2 in their last 2 games. 
  • Toulouse are yet to keep a clean sheet this season. 
  • Marseille scored at least 2 goals in 3 of their 4 league games so far this season. 

Marseille vs Toulouse: Bookmakers & odds

Let's take a look at the latest markets and odds ahead of Marseille vs Toulouse.

Head to Head

19/02/23

France Ligue 1 LI1

Toulouse

Toulouse

Marseille

Marseille

2

3

29/12/22

France Ligue 1 LI1

Marseille

Marseille

Toulouse

Toulouse

6

1

29/12/22

France Ligue 1 LI1

Marseille

Marseille

Toulouse

Toulouse

6

1

08/02/20

France Ligue 1 LI1

Marseille

Marseille

Toulouse

Toulouse

1

0

24/11/19

France Ligue 1 LI1

Toulouse

Toulouse

Marseille

Marseille

0

2

Last Five - Marseille

18/02/24

France Ligue 1 LI1

Brest

Brest

Marseille

Marseille

1

0

L

15/02/24

UEFA Europa League UEL

Shakhtar Donetsk

Shakhtar Donetsk

Marseille

Marseille

2

2

D

09/02/24

France Ligue 1 LI1

Metz

Metz

Marseille

Marseille

1

1

D

04/02/24

France Ligue 1 LI1

Lyon

Lyon

Marseille

Marseille

1

0

L

27/01/24

France Ligue 1 LI1

Monaco

Monaco

Marseille

Marseille

2

2

D

Last Five - Toulouse

18/02/24

France Ligue 1 LI1

Monaco

Monaco

Toulouse

Toulouse

1

2

W

15/02/24

UEFA Europa League UEL

Benfica

Benfica

Toulouse

Toulouse

2

1

L

11/02/24

France Ligue 1 LI1

Nantes

Nantes

Toulouse

Toulouse

2

1

L

04/02/24

France Ligue 1 LI1

Reims

Reims

Toulouse

Toulouse

2

3

W

28/01/24

France Ligue 1 LI1

Lens

Lens

Toulouse

Toulouse

2

0

L

Marseille odds: 1/2 (1.50) – 66.7%

Draw odds: 39/10 (4.90) – 20.4%

Toulouse odds: 11/2 (6.50) – 15.4%

*all odds provided are the best price at the time of publication and come from various bookmakers and therefore the probabilities won't always add up to 100%.

As we can see, the bookies favour Marseille as the expected winners of this match. With a 66.70% win probability, the hosts are given a clear advantage. Regarding other markets, Aubameynag is the leading favourite to become the First Goalscorer at 4/1 (5.00) – 20.00%. For more of our football betting tips, you should check out the Under/Over 2.5 Goals market

Marseille vs Toulouse lineups and latest team news

Marseille

Marseille are yet to properly impress and still, they are enjoying an unbeaten start to the season (W2 D2). The two wins came in the two home matches played and Marseille continue to be very impressive on home turf. 

Marseille are also unbeaten in this fixture for over 11 years now (W12 D6) with wins secured in all of the last 8 matches vs Toulouse. 

Influential midfielder Kondogbia is closing in on a return but he might not be rushed back just yet. Ruiz remains a long-term absentee. This sees Clauss used in a deeper role. 

Predicted Lineup – Lopez (GK), Clauss, Gigot, Mbemba, Lodi, Rongier, Veretout, Correa, Malinovsky, Sarr & Vitinha

Toulouse

The French Cup winners from last season Toulouse began the new campaign with an away win. They failed to win any of their next 3 matches though (D2 L1). In their most recent outing, Toulouse were held to a frustrating 2-2 home draw by Clermont. 

The main issues so far have been in defence with Toulouse yet to keep a clean sheet this season. 

There are 4 players in the treatment room right now. However, none of them starts often even when fit so the Violets have pretty much their best squad available. 

Predicted Lineup – Restes (GK), Costa, Nicolaisen, Diarra, Desler, Casseres, Sierro, Suazo, Schmidt, Aboukhlal & Dallinga

Starting Lineups

Marseille

Marseille
4-4-2
16
Pau Lopez
es
7
Jonathan Clauss
fr
99
Chancel Mbemba
cd
5
Leonardo Balerdi
ar
12
Renan Lodi
br
24
Francois-Regis Mughe
cm
21
Valentin Rongier
fr
27
Jordan Veretout
fr
20
Joaquin Correa
ar
9
Vu00edtor Carvalho
pt
10
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
ga
Substitutes
34
Bilal Nadir
fr
18
Bamo Meite
fr
36
Ruben Blanco
es
11
Amine Harit
ma
8
Azzedine Ounahi
ma
1
Simon Ngapandouetnbu
cm
19
Geoffrey Kondogbia
fr
37
Emran Soglo
gb
29
Iliman Ndiaye
sn

Toulouse

Toulouse
4-3-3
50
Guillaume Restes
fr
3
Mikkel Desler
dk
6
Logan Costa
cv
2
Rasmus Nicolaisen
dk
23
Moussa Diarra
fr
8
Vincent Sierro
ch
20
Niklas Schmidt
de
15
Aron Donnum
no
19
Frank Magri
fr
9
Thijs Dallinga
nl
5
Denis Genreau
au
Substitutes
4
Stijn Spierings
nl
21
Mamady Bangre
bf
25
Kevin Keben Biakolo
cm
17
Gabriel Suazo
cl
11
Cesar Gelabert
es
12
Waren Kamanzi
no
7
Zakaria Aboukhlal
ma
30
Alex Dominguez
es
24
Cristian Casseres Jr
ve

*Lineups are usually announced 1hr before kick-off

Player to Watch: Chancel Mbemba

Marseille’s influential defender Chancel Mbemba is known for his ability to score goals from set pieces. Mbemba already scored once this season. This is on the back of Mbemba’s most productive campaign in his career – he scored 5 league goals for Marseille last term. One of those was the winner in the last match vs Toulouse, a game Marseille edged 3-2. 

Mbemba will remember fondly that feeling and we back him to shine again in this game.


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