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Sunday 25 October 21:00

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Lyon vs Monaco – Ligue 1 Match Preview, Kick-Off Time & Match Prediction

Match Day 8 encounter, with Lyon taking on Monaco on Sunday the 25th of October, 2020, at Groupama Stadium.

Finally a win for Lyon… Last weekend they visited Strasbourg, having four draws and a defeat (to Montpellier) in their five previous Ligue 1 matches. Memphis Depay had three assists in the first half(!) as Lyon took a 0-3 lead. They did concede twice later on, could have conceded more if their goalkeeper was not on a very good day, but they had their chances as well to score a fourth goal. Depay himself missed their last big chance in the game. Their current form reads; WDDDL. They are on 10 points from seven matches, having 2W, 4D and 1L. Goals, 10 scored, seven conceded. Coach Rudi Garcia played a 4-3-3 formation last weekend, with Depay, Tino Kadewere and Karl Toko Ekambi up front. As previously mentioned, Depay finished the game (the first half actually) on three assists. Kadewere was the recipient of the first one, and Toko Ekambi of the other two. Recently-signed (from AC Milan) Lucas Paquetá, a Brazilian attacking midfielder, made his debut, started, and stayed on the pitch for 86 minutes, looking good, especially in the first half.

Lamentable… Monaco hosted Montpellier last weekend, spent more than 70 minutes playing 11 vs 10 (Montpellier had a player sent-off in the 19th minute), but needed a penalty to salvage a point, after going 0-1 down(!). Obviously they had ball possession, A LOT of it, they WERE playing with an extra man after all, but they failed to create many scoring chances. As previously mentioned, they needed a penalty in the 70th minute to equalize, and even the penalty was almost saved by Montpellier’s goalkeeper. Monaco’s current form reads; DLWLW. They are on 11 points from seven matches, having 3W, 2D and 2L. Goals, 10 scored, nine conceded. Coach Niko Kovac played a 4-3-3 formation against Montpellier, with captain Wissam Ben Yedder, Gelson Martins (he won the penalty) and Kevin Volland up front. Ben Yedder took the penalty. He has now scored four of Monaco’s last five goals.

Last season’s Lyon va Monaco did not take place. The reverse fixture, in Monaco, was a 0-3 Lyon triumph.

Neither of the two teams can be trusted blindly at this moment, but Lyon should still win this one.

A 2-1 victory for Lyon is predicted at full-time.

Date: Sunday, 25th of October, 2020.

Venue: Groupama Stadium

Kick-off time: 21:00 (GMT+2).