[pullquote]Guests won’t leave home empty handed. Double chance on Marseille at 1.50 looks safe and can be used with confidence in combos.[/pullquote]Hosts were just invisible last round away at Lille. Central defender Abdennour is out for about 2 rounds already, and whenever he’s absent their defense is confused. Toulouse still have problems upfront as they are without a real striker. Neither Ben Yedder or Riviere have the instincts of a natural born forward. The midfielders are their sole hope and they make a lot of efforts in each and every game. But now their leader Tabanou seems to have lost rhythm and also, on the other side, Regattin is not that active anymore, ever since Sissoko is injured (his preferred partner). Even on home ground, it will be hard for Toulouse to get anything out of this game.
Marseille totally dominated and controlled the game, last round away at Bastia. They were the only team on the field. Better than that is that forward Gignac is finally available again after injury, as he even played for about 15 minutes last round, showing a great desire to regain his old form back. Midfielder Cheyrou is still injured and that’s a bummer for them, as he’s one of their best players. But even without him, there’s enough talent and confidence (after their latest display) to successfully cope with a crippled upfront Toulouse.
Guests won’t leave home empty handed. Double chance on Marseille at 1.50 looks safe and can be used with confidence in combos.