French Ligue 1 Betting Score Prediction this week presents a hot match between Bordeaux vs Marseille, which will be live broadcasted by beIN Sport, on Saturday, 6 April 2019 at 01:45 WIB, at Matmut Atlantique.
This season of French Ligue 1 standings will certainly experience many changes, with Bordeaux sit in the 13th position, they probably having a small winning percentage compared to Marseille, which are currently ranked 5th.
With 46 points and very likely to return to the top four of the standings, it will definitely make Marseille so intense to pressure Bordeaux. The score prediction for this match will be difficult, as both teams both need a victory to end the season with the best position.
Asian Handicap Market – Bordeaux vs Marseille:
Bordeaux 1/2: 0 Marseille
Score Prediction – Bordeaux vs Marseille:
Bordeaux 1-2 Marseille
On paper, Marseille are more favored to win and Bordeaux do not have enough capital to impose a victory if we see based on their meeting records. From their last five meetings, Marseille excelled by winning two wins and three draws.
This result is actually enough to describe the situation of the two teams, and our prediction team considers that Marseille are more worthy of winning. Predictions are increasingly strengthened by the conditions of the squad, where Bordeaux will not perform with the best strength, because some of their core players are injured.
Head to Head Matches – Bordeaux vs Marseille:
[06.02.19] Marseille 1 : 0 Bordeaux
[19.02.18] Marseille 1 : 0 Bordeaux
[20.11.17] Bordeaux 1 : 1 Marseille
[15.05.17] Bordeaux 1 : 1 Marseille
[31.10.16] Marseille 0 : 0 Bordeaux
Bordeaux’s Last 5 Matches:
[31.03.19] Amiens 0 : 0 Bordeaux
[17.03.19] Bordeaux 1 : 1 Rennes
[10.03.19] Monaco 1 : 1 Bordeaux
[06.03.19] Bordeaux 1 : 2 Montpellier
[24.02.19] Nantes 1 : 0 Bordeaux
Marseille’s Last 5 Matches:
[30.03.19] Marseille 2 : 2 Angers
[18.03.19] Paris SG 3 : 1 Marseille
[11.03.19] Marseille 1 : 0 Nice
[04.03.19] Marseille 2 : 0 St Etienne
[24.02.19] Rennes 1 : 1 Marseille
Bordeaux: Benoit Costil, Sergi Palencia, Jules Kounde, Vukasin Jovanovic, Maxime Poundje, Toma Basic, Otavio, Lukas Lerager, Yann Karamoh, Andreas Cornelius, Francois Kamano.
Marseille: Steve Mandanda, Luiz Gustavo, Rolando, Boubacar Kamara, Jordan Amavi, Kevin Strootman, Maxime Lopez, Bouna Sarr, Nemanja Radonjic, Konstantinos Mitroglou, Mario Balotelli.