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MONTPELLIER vs LENS: BETTING PREVIEW & PICK
FRANCE LIGUE ONE
Montpellier’s recent woes continue as they remain winless in their last five games, plummeting to 14th place in the league table. With just one point above the relegation zone and a home record of 1-4-2, the hosts find themselves in a precarious position.
In their recent clash against Monaco, Michel Der Zakarian’s side suffered not only a defeat but also a blow with a red card for Kiki Kouyate. The LFP discipline committee imposed a three-match suspension on the center back, adding to Montpellier’s defensive woes. Additionally, Wahbi Khazri’s injury compounds their problems, joining the sidelined Arnaud Nordin, Issiaga Sylla, Leo Leroy, and Theo Sainte-Luce.
While it is true to say that Der Zakarian returns from his sideline ban, and Teji Savanier will serve his suspension against Metz. With six players out from a 24-man squad, the coach faces limited options, likely relying on Christopher Jullien in defense and Kahlil Fayad up front.
On the flip side, Lens is riding a wave of success, unbeaten in their last nine league matches and accumulating 13 points in the last five games. Following a 6-0 setback against Arsenal in the Champions League, Franck Haise’s team bounced back with a victory against Lyon, boosting their confidence.
For the upcoming game, Florian Sotoca serves a one-match ban for Lens, but former Montpellier player Elye Wahi is set to return from suspension. The visitors are without Sylla, Jimmy Cabot, and Wuilker Farinez, with Machado being the only injured player among those who have played this season.
In summary, Lens enters the match in peak form, boasting a stronger team and favorable team news. With Montpellier missing key players, Lens could exploit their opponent’s vulnerabilities and make effective use of the flanks, especially with Kouyate absent from the defense.
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