Date and Time: 31st January 2021 @1:00 AM IST
Venue: Stade Bollaert-Delelis
Lens vs AS Monaco, where to watch?
Lens vs AS Monaco Team News:
Florian Sotoca returned to the Lens starting lineup against Marseille, but he was unable to make an impact as his team lost and might now find himself on the substitutes’ bench once more. Mali was knocked out of the Africa Cup of Nations on Wednesday, which means that Massadio Haidara might be back in time for the weekend’s game.
Nonetheless, Ganago is still in the mix with Cameroon, and Haise will be without second-choice goalkeeper Wuilker Farinez, who has joined the Venezuela team for their World Cup 2022 qualification campaign.
Monaco will also be missing Chilean midfielder Guillermo Maripan for the South American qualifiers, while fellow defender Benoit Badiashile is sidelined with a hamstring injury. Djibril Sidibe, Krepin Diatta, Myron Boadu, and Cesc Fabregas are now with him in the treatment room, as well as other players.
Lens vs AS Monaco Probable Playing XI:
Lens possible starting lineup:
Leca; Medina, Danso, Gradit; Clauss, Doucoure, Fofana, Frankowski; Kakuta, Said; Sotoca
Monaco possible starting lineup:
Nubel; Aguilar, Pavlovic, Caio Henrique; Jean Lucas, Tchouameni, Matazo; Martins, Ben Yedder, Diop
Lens vs AS Monaco Betting predictions:
Match Betting: Lens win (2.70)
AS Monaco win (2.62)
The One-Liner Explainer:
This is a difficult match to predict since both clubs are in inconsistent form and are inextricably linked in the Ligue 1 rankings. Because of Wissam Ben Yedder’s ability from the spot, we believe the game will go all the way to penalties. It could be statelement right through the time played in the match and that Monaco will emerge victorious at the end in a shootout.