Dijon vs. Stade Rennais 10/16/20 Ligue 1 Soccer Pick, Odds, and Prediction
Dijon 0-1-5, Stade Rennais 4-2-0
10/16/20 1 pm
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Dijon is hosting Stade Rennais at Stade Gaston Gerard in round 7 in the French Ligue 1.
Dijon is in a terrible, terrible form, and they still haven’t won a single game in Ligue 1 this season. In the 6 games Dijon has played, they have won only 1 point, 3 scored goals, and 13 conceded goals, an average of over 2 conceded goals per game. In their last match against Bordeaux in Ligue 1, Dijon has had 50% of ball possession, 1 shot on goal, 4 corner kicks, 0 big chances created, and a decent 82% of correct passes. Despite having a decent game, Dijon has conceded 3 goals in this match, and they ended up losing another game. The final score was 3-0 for Bordeaux. Scheidler, Ecuele, and Ebimbe have each scored 1 goal for Dijon so far this season. Celina has added 2 assists. Benzia, Amalfitano, and Coulibaly are all injured, and they will not be in the lineup for this game. Dijon has avoided the relegation zone last season, but it doesn’t look like they will have the same luck this season. Dijon is one of the worst defensive teams in Ligue 1 so far this season, and they are the worst offensive team, by far. It will be another long and hard season for Dijon.
Rennais has been in a fantastic form so far this season, and they are still undefeated. With 14 points, massive 14 scored goals, and 7 conceded goals, Rennais is at the top of Ligue 1. Rennais is the best offensive team in Ligue 1 so far this season, and Guirassy has scored 3 goals for Rennais so far, while Da Silva and Aguerd added 2 goals. Raphinha, Bourigeaud, and Del Castillo have each added 2 assists for Rennais. Lea Siliki, Nyamsi, Niang, Gomis, Truffert, and Maouassa are all injured for Rennais at the moment. In their latest Ligue 1 match against Reims at home, Rennais has had 73% of ball possession, 3 shots on goal, 10 corner kicks, 3 big chances created, and high 89% of the correct passes. Rennais conceded a goal in the 11th minute, but they turned the game around until the 37th minute of the game. Rennais was the better team, but they conceded another goal in the 66th minute, and the final score of this match was 2-2. I knew before the season started that Rennais is a good team, but to be honest, I didn’t expect them to play this well, and to be at the top of the table. I love seeing some other team being at the top, other than PSG of course, and the competition is getting stronger in Ligue 1 over the last few seasons, I just hope Rennais can keep up the pace.
Dijon is the worst team in Ligue 1 so far this season, while Rennais has been the best team. The trends are mixed here, and Dijon has won their last 3 home games against Rennais, but I have zero faith in their game right now. I’m siding with Rennais on the road.