Marseille Vs Amiens Prediction
|02/03/2021||Amiens - Auxerre||D1:1|
|27/02/2021||Toulouse - Amiens||L3:0|
|20/02/2021||Amiens - Sochaux||L0:1|
|13/02/2021||Grenoble - Amiens||D0:0|
|05/02/2021||Amiens - Caen||D0:0|
|02/02/2021||Pau FC - Amiens||L2:0|
|13/03/2021||Marseille - Brest||W3:1|
|10/03/2021||Marseille - Rennes||W1:0|
|03/03/2021||Lille - Marseille||L2:0|
|28/02/2021||Marseille - Lyon||D1:1|
|20/02/2021||Nantes - Marseille||D1:1|
|17/02/2021||Marseille - Nice||W3:2|
It was yet another triumph for Marseille last Friday as they overcome Nîmes 3-2 in the south east coast derby. André Villas-Boas' men faced an in-form Nîmes side that had won four of their past five matches but awakened the storm beautifully, coming back from 1-0 down to eventually take all 3 points despite a late charge by the resistance.
Villas-Boas' guys currently sit eight points clear from Rennes in minute and have managed to continue their kind this season with eight wins in their twelve games so far in 2020.
In the home they've been particularly notable with their recent defeat to Nantes finish a run of twelve unbeaten matches at the Vélodrome, nine of which have been wins. Despite the reduction to the Canaries, Marseille ought to be confident of getting back form in the front of their fans although they will need to wary of their defence which has kept two clean sheets in their last nine home matches.
Amiens had a enormous chance last week to maintain three points over relegation rivals Metz but ultimately they spurned the opportunity, losing 1-0 to les Grenats. It really was a game they couldn't afford to lose as they currently sit five points adrift of Nîmes one place above them in 18th.
They are now on a series of twelve games without a win in all competitions using their last league win coming from November. They have played games since the beginning of 2020 using six beats and five attractions coming in this moment. Amiens have conceded 13 goals across the way with a rather tame eight placed in at the opposite end.
It'll be a big surprise if this game ends in anything besides a home win. The team managed by André Villas-Boas had occasional hiccups this year, but their home record is solid and they must do well to bag all three points here