Our recommended bet for Sunday’s clash at the The Stade Louis-II comes in the form of a draw between Monaco and Strasbourg, featuring goals from both teams.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £55 with Betway.
Two sides fighting for altogether different goals over the closing weeks of the campaign are set to lock horns in a Ligue 1 clash at The Stade Louis-II this Sunday, April 2nd.
The matchup in question will see Monaco act as hosts, in a meeting with Strasbourg.
Beginning with the former, Monaco, for their part, are currently in the thick of the battle for Europe in France’s top-flight.
Owing to an altogether hit-and-miss stretch of form leading into the international break, though, Les Monegasques find themselves on the outside looking in at the Champions League race.
Prior to their most recent outing, Philippe Clement’s troops had gone winless in four across all competitions, slipping to a trio of defeats along the way.
This run culminated in Monaco not only being ousted from the Europa League, but slipping to 4th in the Ligue 1 table, too.
A return to winning ways at Ajaccio two weeks ago, courtesy of goals on the part of Wissam Ben Yedder and Krepin Diatta, therefore marked an altogether timely one.
Amid ongoing efforts to hunt down Marseille and Lens above them, though, all associated with Sunday’s Stade Louis hosts will be aware that nothing but a 2nd three-point haul on the spin will suffice later today.
Such a result, however, may prove a touch more difficult to come by than some might expect.
This comes with upcoming opponents Strasbourg having looked much improved of late.
Battling hard for their top-flight lives, Frédéric Antonetti’s side headed into last week’s break with confidence high in the camp.
This came owing to just a solitary defeat in five, dating back to mid-February.
Not only that, but, after battling to a remarkable share of the spoils at Marseille courtesy of a last-gasp Jean-Eudes Aholou double, last time out, Strasbourg followed up with a crucial victory.
After welcoming Auxerre to The Stade de la Meinau for a crunch relegation six-pointer, Les Bleu et Blanc ultimately emerged on the right side of a deserved 2-0 scoreline.
They have, as a result, climbed out of the drop zone for the time being.
Based purely on quality, it is hosts Monaco who, of course, should be viewed as favourites for this evening’s Principality showdown.
Strasbourg’s recent resilience, though, means that Antonetti and co. should not be ruled out, with an eventual sharing of the spoils therefore looking a real possibility.