Lorient vs Le Havre Prediction: Sportpesa Mega Jackpot Predictions
Lorient is in dire need of halting a streak of nine consecutive winless matches in Ligue 1 as they prepare to welcome Le Havre at Stade du Moustoir – Yves Allainmat on Sunday.
Le Havre’s most recent Ligue 1 fixture witnessed a commendable 3-1 victory over Olympique Lyonnais at home, positioning them in 11th place with 22 points from 18 matches.
Lorient, on the other hand, finds themselves in the 18th spot with only 12 points from 18 matches. Their last outing in Ligue 1 resulted in a 3-0 defeat at Decathlon Arena – Stade Pierre-Mauroy against Lille, extending their streak of not securing a win to nine matches, comprising two draws and seven losses.
In their recent form, Lorient has drawn one and lost five of their last six league matches, while Le Havre has won two, drawn one, and lost three in their last six.
As for their home performances, Lorient has amassed nine points (with two wins, three draws, and four losses) from nine Ligue 1 matches at Stade du Moustoir – Yves Allainmat this season. They will aim to break their four-match winless streak at home, dating back to November 2023 against Lens.
Le Havre, on the other hand, has secured one win, five draws, and three losses on the road this season in league matches. They seek to end a three-match winless streak away from home, with their last away victory dating back to November 2023 against Toulouse.
In their previous encounter in Ligue 1, Le Havre emerged victorious with a 3-0 scoreline at Stade Océane in September. The goals were netted by Daler Kuzyaev, Nabil Alioui, and Nolan Mbemba.
Leading the charge for Le Havre this season are Mohamed Bayo, Nabil Alioui, and Emmanuel Sabbi, each contributing four, four, and three goals respectively.
Romain Faivre and Eli Junior Kroupi have been instrumental in Lorient’s attack this season. Faivre leads the team’s scoring charts with five goals, closely followed by Kroupi with four goals, including two match-openers.
Players to keep an eye on include Eli Junior Kroupi for Lorient, who, at just 17 years old, aims to build on his four goals and two assists this season. Christopher Operi, who remained on the bench during Le Havre’s recent victory against Châteauroux, has already contributed two assists and one goal since the beginning of the year.
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