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Monaco vs Strasbourg
France – Ligue 1
Date: Sunday, 28 November 2021
Kick-off at 14:00 UK / 15:00 CET
Venue: Stade Louis II.

Monaco and Strasbourg are in very similar positions at the table right now. Both teams would look to push for a spot in UEFA competitions or beyond with more than half of the season left. They are set to lock horns at the Stade Louis II this Sunday. Read our Preview, Predictions, and Betting Tips with Analysis here

Monaco vs Strasbourg Head-to-head

  • The Monégasques have just a win over this side in their last 6 h2h games.
  • Both teams have scored in 7 of the last 8 encounters.
  • A minimum of 3 goals was scored in all of those fixtures.
  • The hosts have been defeated just twice by this team at home.


The Red and Whites started off the season with 6 winless games in the league, they have since won a few games. In all honesty, the team is not in the best of forms currently at least to their standards as they have just 1 win in 5 games. Their Europa League campaign has been way better as they have not lost in the tournament yet.

With 19 points they are 8th in the league and with 3 wins and 2 draws in the UEL they are top of their group, 3 points ahead of PSV.

The Racers have had a mixed bag of a season as they have lost against teams higher than them in the table in PSG, Angers, Rennes and historically dominant teams in Lyon and Lille. Their 5 wins and 4 draws in the league has put them 7th in the table with 19 points ahead of their opponents on goal difference.

Monaco vs Strasbourg Prediction

AS Monaco are undefeated at home in their last 7 games and found the back of the net within the opening 45 minutes in 5 of their last 6 home games. The away side has just 1 win on the road in the league and have conceded in the first half in 4 of their 6 games on the road. With that in mind, I have backed the hosts to gain the upper hand at the end of both halves.

The hosts have scored 14 goals in their last 7 home games averaging 2 goals per game, with the visitors conceding an average of 2.20 goals in their last 6 away matches, they are unlikely to restrict the hosts a goal or under

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