Toulouse vs. Bordeaux – Score prediction (05.10.2019)


Toulouse have lost four of their last five Ligue 1 games against Bordeaux, the only exception being a 2-1 win in August 2018. Bordeaux have lost only one of their last seven Ligue 1 games (W3 D3), after losing seven of their previous eight (W1). However, les Girondins have lost their most recent top-flight game, against Paris (0-1). Toulouse have won only two of their last 15 Ligue 1 games (D6 L7): both in August against Dijon (1-0) and Amiens (2-0). Bordeaux are unbeaten in their last three away Ligue 1 games (W2 D1), their longest run in the top-flight since April-May 2018 (also three). Toulouse have lost two of their last four home Ligue 1 games (W2), as many as in their previous 11 (W2 D7).

Match Info.

Competition: FRANCE Ligue 1 – Round 9
Kick off: 05.10.2019, 18:00 UTC.
Venue: Bastien B. (Fra).
Referee: Delerue A. (Fra).

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Teams Comparison.

Toulouse would have preferred a stronger start to their Ligue 1 (L1) season (W2, D3, L3), and their defence would have liked more clean sheets than the two they have achieved so far. They are particularly vulnerable after the 75th minute mark, conceding 33.33% of their league goals in that period. ‘Le Téfécé’ have also lost just two of their previous seven L1 home matches (W3, D2, L2). That said, they have been slightly muted in attack, failing to score over 2.5 goals in any of those games. This contributed to five of those fixtures having three or fewer match goals.

Bordeaux have enjoyed a good start to the league season (W3, D3, L2), and they are often quick out of the blocks, scoring 50% of their league goals in the opening 15 minutes of matches. However, they can also be guilty of surrendering that advantage shortly after, and they have in fact conceded 88.89% of their league goals before half-time. The visitors have won four of the previous six competitive H2H meetings with Toulouse (W4, L2). The margins of their victories were usually tight in that sequence, however, with three of the four victories being settled by just a one-goal margin.

Quick Facts.

  • Bordeaux forward Jimmy Briand has scored three L1 goals so far, and he netted the winner when these two sides last met.
  • Toulouse’s Efthymios Koulouris has three L1 goals already this season. Two of those efforts came after the 85th minute.
  • All three of Toulouse’s home league goals this season have come during the 46th-60th minute period.
  • There has yet to be a goal scored or conceded after the 75th minute in any of Bordeaux’s league matches.
  • Toulouse have faced the highest number of shots on their goal in L1, facing an average of 14.4 per 90 minutes.
  • Pre-match League Table.