After selecting up a dramatic winner in the Netherlands, Kev’s in search of one other success in France tonight.
Hosts to rack up one other dwelling win
Marseille v Dijon
Sunday 04 April, 20:00
Live on BT Sport 2
If at first you do not succeed, attempt, try to attempt once more goes the outdated adage, and Vitesse examined that idea to its restrict final night time, as they’d 20 purpose makes an attempt in a 2-1 comeback win at Twente. The winner arrived from the penalty spot in the ninety fifth minute, and we’ll gleefully settle for it.
We’ll wrap up the week in France, as a result of Jorge Sampaoli’s Marseille are in motion in opposition to the backside facet Dijon, and I believe the hosts can decide up a comfy win.
It’s been a rollercoaster experience for Marseille followers this season. Coach Andre Villas-Boas led the membership into the Champions League, however departed after his relationship with the board and the followers deteriorated. Then unpopular president Jacques-Henri Eyraud was dismissed, and all of this got here after ultras had stormed the coaching floor.
Enter stage left, Jorge Sampaoli. The former Chile, Argentina and Sevilla boss oversaw dwelling wins in opposition to Rennes and Brest, however a 3-0 hammering at Nice simply earlier than the worldwide break was a reminder of how a lot work stays. In common, Marseille’s dwelling type is sweet (they’ve received seven their final 12 league video games at the Stade Velodrome) they usually’ll fancy bettering it in opposition to Dijon.
Ligue 1’s backside facet have misplaced ten video games in a row, they usually have not received a match in 2021. On the highway they’ve suffered 5 straight losses, and they’re hurtling in direction of Ligue 2.
They have suffered 19 defeats in 30 prime-flight outings, they usually have scored simply 20 objectives all season.
You can again Marseille -1.0 on the Asian Handicap at 1.991/1, which suggests if Marseille win by a single purpose, your stake is returned, however an even bigger victory will get you a winner at practically evens.