Ligue 1 title chasers Monaco travel to Le Havre on Saturday night (20:00) looking to post back-to-back victories. The hosts are on an unbeaten run of three games including one win and two goalless draws.
This could be set up to be an interesting encounter at Stade Oceane. Here are some of the best markets on offer.
Le Havre are at the generous price of 7/2 to pull off an upset here. You can back a draw at 11/4, while Monaco are 8/11 to win their second match in a row.
Both teams to score in this one is available at 4/6, while NO is 11/10. Over 2.5 goals is marketed at 8/11 but there is better value in selecting over 3.5 goals, which is 7/4.
Le Havre have just the one main injury concern heading into the weekend. Midfielder Oussama Targhalline remains sidelined with a ruptured achilles.
Monaco boss Adi Hutter has a few personnel issues to deal with ahead of this clash. Breel Embolo, Caio Henrique, Vanderson, Eliesse Ben Seghir and Mohammed Salisu all likely to miss the trip to Le Havre.
Aleksandr Golovin to score anytime @ 11/4
There are two players in Monaco’s squad who have each scored five goals in Ligue 1, striker Wissam Ben Yedder, and winger Aleksandr Golovin. Both these players are vital in what Hutter is aiming to achieve with his team this year and heading into each fixture you feel confident that either of them will get onto the scoresheet.
As a winger, Golovin will always offer more value than Ben Yedder, a striker, to score in a match. The Russian star will be fired up for this one having scores three goals in his last three outings, including a brace against Metz. At 11/4, he is certainly worth a punt.
Monaco and both teams to score @ 23/10
Heading into the weekend, Monaco are two points behind leaders Nice in the table and a victory against Le Havre could seem them move to the summit if Nice and Paris Saint-Germain fail to win.
The players will be fired up for this one knowing that they can return to the top of the table, but so too will the Le Havre stars. They have momentum from their current unbeaten streak, and on home soil, they could make things difficult for Hutter’s men.
We are expecting Monaco to come through this with three points but we feel as though Le Havre can cause some damage of their own.