Betting tips for Bordeaux VS Monaco 24.11.2019
Considering that the team that opens the scoring wins 75% of the last eight Girondins matches in L1 where at least one team does not receive goals, there is no doubt that a good start will be key to the local team. This is further emphasized by the fact that Bordeaux has won four of L1's last five home games in which it has gone ahead in the break.
A revitalized Monaco has recorded four official victories in five games after the October international break (G4, P1). Each of the last three games in that sequence recorded the decisive goal (of any team) between min. 30 and min. 60
In a constant demonstration of solidity at the start of the matches, Monaco still does not receive goals against (not counting the stopped ball goals) during the first 30 minutes of a L1 away game this season. However, he has won only once as a visitor in this league campaign (G1, E2, P3) and in each of those defeats there was an expulsion against a player from Monaco (two for direct red and one for double yellow).
Players to follow: A double by François Kamano during the second half made it possible for Girondins to win against Monaco when they played in this venue last season.
Monaco's top scorer, Wissam Ben Yedder, has scored the winning goal with his last two goals. Four of his last five goals have served to give Monaco an advantage of a goal at certain times.
Statistics to consider: The most recent meeting in Bordeaux was the third in its last four L1 games in which a penalty goal was scored.
The last three official Monaco victories have seen them win the first half without allowing goals against.
Four of the last five L1 clashes between these two teams have produced more than 1.5 goals in the second half after a goalless first half.