French Ligue 1 Betting Score Prediction today presents a super-hot match between Nimes vs Brest, which will be live broadcasted by beIN Sport, on Sunday, 1 September 2019 at 01:00 WIB, at the Stade des Costieres.
The 2019-2020 French Ligue 1 managed to make a little surprise at the beginning of this season, where the top teams must slip by not being able to win 3 perfect points. Now Ligue 1 has entered the fourth week, where Nimes again received a tough test, because they have to fight a team that is able to survive in the top five, and they are Brest.
For the time being Brest is ranked 7th with 5 points, the results of three matches. While Nimes itself is ranked 18th with 1 point, and this achievement is considered a failure, because they are far from the results obtained last season.
Asian Handicap Market – Nimes vs Brest:
Nimes 0: 0 Brest
Score Prediction – Nimes vs Brest:
Nimes 1-1 Brest
Brest is actually not a team that is difficult to beat by Nimes, as evidenced in their last meeting, they were able to win 0-2 and it happened at Brest. From their last five meetings, Nimes won four wins and only one defeat.
Thus, the status as the leading team to win tonight’s match is worthy of showing to Nimes rather than Brest, who is currently the host. The current status of the host gives them a little advantage by not being given a contribution by Nimes.
Strength is different, and history provides little insight that Nimes plays better than Brest. But the mental situation of Nimes’s poor self-confidence, and Brest’s good, could be a view that Brest will be able to narrowly win with a score of 1-0, and successfully end Nimes dominance as a team that almost always wins over them.
Head To Head Matches – Nimes vs Brest:
[20.03.18] Brest 0-2 Nimes
[21.10.17] Nimes 4-0 Brest
[06.05.17] Brest 2-3 Nimes
[10.12.16] Nimes 1-2 Brest
[09.01.16] Nimes 2-0 Brest
Nimes’ Last 5 Matches:
[25.08.19] Monaco 2-2 Nimes
[18.08.19] Nimes 1-2 Nice
[12.08.19] Paris SG 3-0 Nimes
[06.08.19] Nimes 0-2 Dijon
[27.07.19] Nimes 2-1 Toulouse
Brest’s Last 5 Matches:
[25.08.19] Brest 1-0 Reims
[18.08.19] St Etienne 1-1 Brest
[11.08.19] Brest 1-1 Toulouse
[03.08.19] Brest 1-1 Levante
[27.07.19] Brest 1-0 Nantes
Nimes: Paul Bernardoni, Sofiane Alakouch, Anthony Briancon, Loick Landre, Gaetan Paquiez, Gaetan Paquiez, Theo Valls, Teji Savanier, Denis Bouanga, Rachid Alioui, Clement Depres.
Brest: Larsonneur, Autret, Bain, Belaud, Belkebla, Castelletto, Charbonier, Court, Diallo, Grandsir, Perraud.