Lille failed against PSG at the Parc des Princes. His results have been varied: He has won 2 games, 1 was a tie and he has lost 1. In those last games, they scored 6 goals and managed to score 8 against their rivals.
Stade Brestois comes to this game with a 1-2 defeat against Monaco. Recently, the visiting team has had quite different results: 1 win, 1 loss and 2 draws, in which they scored 6 goals and conceded 6.
The host is in sixth place with 41 points (12 PG – 5 PE – 7 PP), while the visit accumulates 20 units and is in sixteenth place in the championship (4 PG – 8 PE – 12 PP).
Pierre Gaillouste was the chosen referee for the match at the Stade Pierre-Mauroy stadium.
Lille training today
The team led by Paulo Rodrigues Fonseca sets out its game with a 4-5-1 formation with Lucas Chevalier in goal; Bafodé Diakité, Alexsandro, Tiago Djaló and Tim Weah in defense; Benjamin André, André Gomes, Edon Zhegrova, Rémy Cabella and Jonathan Bamba in the middle; and Jonathan David up front.
Stade Brestois training today
For their part, those led by Éric Roy stand on the field with a 4-5-1 strategy with Marco Bizot under the three sticks; Kenny Lala, Achraf Dari, Lilian Brassier, Bradley Locko on defense; Pierre Lees-Melou, Tairyk Arconte, Mahdi Camara, Hugo Magnetti and Félix Lemaréchal in midfield; and Jérémy Le Douaron up front.
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