Strasbourg, who won their first game of the Ligue 1 season last weekend, will play Lille at Stade de la Meinau on Friday in an attempt to snap a protracted losing streak.On Sunday, the Les Dogues defeated Lens , while the Alsatians upset Angers I’m the match.
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After 10 games, Strasbourg has finally won at home after scoring multiple goals last weekend for the first time this season.
Strasbourg, who won their first game of the Ligue 1 season last weekend, will play Lille at Stade de la Meinau on Friday in an attempt to snap a protracted losing streak.
They had only ever begun a Ligue 1 season so poorly four times in their entire history, during a nine-match winless streak to start this one.
A loss this week might drop them to the bottom of the standings, despite the fact that they presently lead Angers on goal differential. Only two points separate Brest and them.
Strasbourg’s last victory came at home in 2017–18, and they have now lost nine straight domestic games to Lille. More Ligue 1 managers than any other have lost games to Lille, according to manager Julien Stephan .
This team only lost three home games in this competition in 2021–22, but they have already lost two games at Stade de la Meinau this year, losing their previous home game to Rennes at the start of this month.
Despite being among the top scorers for a significant stretch of the previous season, they have scored the third-fewest goals in the league after 10 games this one.
Lille has the chance to win two straight Ligue 1 games on Friday, something they haven’t done since February or March of last season.
In each of their previous eight home games, Paulo Fonseca’s team has alternated between victories and defeats. On Sunday, they defeated Lens to win their second straight game at home.
Les Nordistes have not kept a clean sheet away from home in this tournament since defeating Nantes in March of last year, and that victory was the first time in their previous seven home games that they did so.
They lost to Marseille and fell to Lorient by the same score after giving up a goal in the 87th minute in their last two away Ligue 1 games.
Eight of their 18 goals so far in this competition have come in the second half, compared to six coming in the first 20 minutes.
Having suffered three defeats or fewer at this point of their previous three domestic campaigns, Lille has now lost four of their first ten league games for the second consecutive season.
Strasbourg’s assault does not appear to be nearly as threatening without Ajorque’s towering stature, but they have occasionally played solid defense this season, giving up one goal or fewer in three home games.
Jonathan David is currently carrying a lot of the load for Les Dogues, and the Canadian has performed admirably. However, we anticipate that he will draw more attention than any other Lille player in this match, which could hurt his chances of scoring.