Dijon imposed the rhythm last round away at Amiens, but opponents were very organized and there were no open spaces. Dijon are usually very vulnerable in the defensive phase (only 1 clean sheet this season), and last round made no exception (they lost 2-1).
The good news is that forward Kwon Chang-Hoon is in great form. He scored in the last 3 rounds and is extremely active in each game.
Bordeaux finally bounced back after a couple of disappointing performances. Opponents St Etienne were very aggressive, but Bordeaux defended with confidence and were extremely efficient in the attacking phase (won 3-0).
Forward Mendy was mostly a bench warmer up until last round when Bordeaux missed forwards Kamano and De Preville. Mendy made the best of this opportunity, he was extremely active, scored twice and was the man of the match.
Bordeaux welcome back forwards Kamano and De Preville, but will once again miss defender Lewczuk.
Both sides are in good attacking form, and knowing how fragile hosts are in defense, there is only one choice: over 2.5 goals at 2.14
Dijon: Leroy, Reynet – Chafik, Djilobodji, Haddadi, Rosier, Varrault, Yambéré – Abeid, Amalfitano, Balmont, Kwon, Marié, Sammaritano, Xeka – Bahamboula, Jeannot, Saïd, Tavares.
Bordeaux: Benoît Costil, Jérôme Prior, Gaëtan Poussin – Youssouf Sabaly, Milan Gajic, Vukasin Jovanovic, Jérémy Toulalan, Théo Pellenard – Lukas Lerager, Otavio, Valentin Vada, Jaroslav Plasil, Younousse Sankharé, Zaydou Youssouf – Malcom, François Kamano, Cafu, Alexandre Mendy, Nicolas De Préville.