Ligue 1 Betting Tips

Strasbourg vs Monaco betting tips: Ligue 1 preview, predictions & odds

This article provides a preview, prediction and betting tips for Strasbourg vs Monaco in Ligue 1 on Saturday, 6th August 2022.


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Correct Score Tip of the Day

Strasbourg vs Monaco: Strasbourg 1 - 1 Monaco at odds of 11/2.

Strasbourg vs Monaco: These sides drew 1-1 in the first match between them last season.

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At 11/2, a £10 bet would return £65.

Strasbourg vs Monaco

August 06, 2022

4:00 pm BST

Le Racing were in good form at home at the end of last season and picked up 14 points from their last six Ligue 1 home matches of the 2021/22 season here at the Stade de la Meinau. Les Rouges et Blancs were also in good form on the road at the end of last season and picked up 13 points from their last six Ligue 1 matches on their travels. Therefore, 101 Great Goals’ prediction for this match between two evenly matched teams is Strasbourg 1-1 Monaco and is available at odds of 11/2.

Alternatively, you can bet on any Strasbourg win at 17/10 against Les Rouges et Blancs at home on Saturday. At these odds, a £10 bet would return £27. Or, back any away win for Monaco at 3/2 here at the Stade de la Meinau. At these odds, a £10 bet would return £25. You can also find odds of 23/10 for any draw between Strasbourg and Monaco on Saturday. At these odds, a £10 bet would return £33.

Goalscorer Tip of the Day

Strasbourg vs Monaco: Wissam Ben Yedder to score the first goal of the game at odds of 5/1.

Wissam Ben Yedder had the best minutes per goal record in Ligue 1 last season of all players to have played at least 1,000 minutes.

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At 5/1, a £10 bet would return £60.

Strasbourg vs Monaco

August 06, 2022

4:00 pm BST

Wissam Ben Yedder is our tip for first goalscorer in Saturday’s match. The Monaco central forward 25 goals (or 0.88 per 90) last season in the French Ligue 1 last season with an expected goals of 19 and is 5/1 to be the first name on the score sheet in this match. Or 8/5 to score at any time during Saturday’s game.

Match preview

Les Coureurs welcome Monaco to the Stade de la Meinau in Strasbourg on Saturday for this Ligue 1 match.

R. Strasbourg finished last Ligue 1 season in 6th place, three points behind OGC Nice in 5th. This saw them miss out on qualification for the UEFA Conference League. Le Racing finished last season on a run of nine home league games undefeated and kept a clean sheet in each of their last two league matches here. Although, Strasbourg lost heavily in their last league match of the season away to Marseille, the final score of which was 4-0.

Jean-Eudes Aholou is the big name signing for them this summer. The 28 year old defensive midfielder arrives from AS Monaco for £2.70m. He could be in line to make his full debut on Saturday against his former club.

Lucas Perrin, a 23 year old centre-back, also arrives permanently from Olympique Marseille after spending last season on loan here for £1.35m. Thomas Delaine, a 30 year old left-back from FC Metz, is their only other permanent arrival on a free transfer. Right backs Ronaël Pierre-Gabriel and Colin Dagba also join the club on season long loan deals from 1.FSV Mainz 05 and Paris Saint-Germain respectively.

Les Coureurs are fortunate to come into Saturday’s match without any injuries or suspensions to worry about.

Monaco finished last Ligue 1 season in 3rd place, three points ahead of Stade Rennais FC in 4th. As a result, this earned them qualification into the UEFA Champions League play off round. Les Rouges et Blancs come into this match on a run of 10 league games undefeated. This includes their final match of last season in which Monaco shared the points away to Lens, in a four-goal thriller. The final score of the match was 2-2.

Takumi Minamino is the big name signing for them this summer. The 27 year old left winger arrives from Liverpool FC for £13.50m. This narrowly beats the fee paid for Breel Embolo. The 25 year old centre-forward arrives from Borussia Mönchengladbach for £11.25m. Thomas Didillon, a 26 year old goalkeeper, is the only other new arrival joining from Cercle Brugge on loan.

Monaco still have plenty of money burning a hole in the pocket despite these purchases, largely thanks to the sale of Aurélien Tchouameni. The 22 year old defensive midfield has joined Real Madrid for a whopping £72.00m.

Strahinja Pavlovic, a 21 year old centre-back, also leaves the club to join Red Bull Salzburg for £6.30m. Pietro Pellegri, a 21 year old centre-forward, has joined Torino FC for £4.50m. While as mentioned above, Jean-Eudes Aholou left the club to join their opponents here, Strasbourg. Cesc Fàbregas has also left the club after his contract expired.

Aleksandr Golovin and Kevin Volland are both suspended for this match. While Krepin Diatta is a doubt due to a knee injury for this match.

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