Monaco vs Reims Match Info
Match date: 13thApril 2019
Stadium: Stade Louis II, Monaco.
Monaco vs Reims Head to Head Record
Last 3 meetings:
3 Nov 2018 Reims 1 – 0 Monaco
11 Mar 2016 Monaco 2 – 2 Reims
25 Oct 2015 Reims 0 – 1 Monaco
Matches played: 11
Monaco wins: 3
Reims wins: 5
Monaco vs Reims Stats
- Reims have been very unpredictable on the road and failed to connect any two same results since January
- Monaco were denied by Guingamp (1-1) and only have a last-minute equalizer from Jovetic to thank for the point earned
- Reims bagged a 1-0 win over Monaco at Stade Auguste-Delaune II earlier this term
Monaco vs Reims Match Preview
Monaco have seen their struggles continue as they were held off by rock-bottomed Guingamp (1-1) last week and only have a last-minute equalizer from Stevan Jovetic to thank for the point earned at Stade du Roudourou. They now host Reims hoping to show more in an attempt to build on the gap to the relegation zone, which now stands at seven points.
Les Monegasques have seen Caen (0-1) snatch all three points here beforehand and Leonardo Jardim will be desperate for a cure for their goalscoring woes, as Radamel Falcao sits out with an injury. They’ll obviously need more late in the campaign as ‘January revolution’ just doesn’t seem enough at this point.
Reims have, on the other end, seen struggles for consistency of their own but still sit just three points behind the 4th placed Saint-Etienne. They’ve held Lille to a 1-1 draw in front of the home crowd last week and this should give David Guion and his men a lot to build on despite more troubles seen on the road.
The visitors have indeed seen a thrashing 4-0 loss at Strasbourg and confirmed their very unpredictable spell of form away from home, as this was their second defeat in six trips – with two wins and two draws also on the records.
We’ll back Monaco to secure the points and capitalize on such woes, as we now go for a Home win at 17/20 with bet365 – which seems great value despite their struggles to prove dominant and escape the danger zone towards late in the campaign.
Still, we don’t feel we’re in for many goals and we should be in for a narrow contest, which also has us going for a low-scoring contest and Under 2.5 Goals FT – which comes at 4/6 with William Hill.
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