Strasbourg considerably improved lately. They have been eliminated from the Cup (lost in the midweek against PSG 4-2), but in Ligue 1 they are doing great, and won the last two games against PSG and Bordeaux.
They are very confident in performances and all players seem to have achieved full potential.
They have 4 players who are constantly involved in the attacking phase, and very rarely a round goes by without Strasbourg finding the net.
Toulouse finally got back on the right track after 3 consecutive defeats. They won 2-0 over Caen last round after a balanced encounter, and also defeated Bordeaux in Coupe de la Ligue, after a game in which the used the best possible lineup (finished 2-0).
Toulouse’s revival coincides with Gradel’s return from injury. Not only did he scored in the last two games (even if from penalties) but he was also extremely active, as most of Toulouse’s attacking actions involved him one way or another.
Strasbourg will have to use the 3rd keeper, as first two choices (Kamara and Oukidja) are injured. Toulouse will once again miss defender Moubandje and winger Durmaz.
Strasbourg seem more creative in the attacking phase, but in the same time they are often neglecting the defensive duties. This can easily turn into a high scoring encounter, but live betting may be more suitable, if the game has a fast paced rhythm from the start.
Toulouse: Goicoechea, Lafont – Amian, Diop, Jullien, Michelin, Yago – Blin, Boisgard, Cahuzac, Imbula, Sangaré, Somalia, Sylla – Delort, Gradel, Jean, Toivonen.
Strasbourg: Bonnefoi, Rempp – Seka, Mangane, Koné, Salmier, Martinez, Lala – Grimm, Aholou, Gonçalves, Lienard, Martin, Sacko, Blayac – Bahoken, Saadi, Da Costa.