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Nice vs Brest Predictions

France Ligue 1 | Allianz Riviera | 21st February
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OGC Nice v Stade Brestois 89 predictions for this Ligue 1 match. The visitors kept up their good form last week with a win but can they make it two in a row against Nice here? Read on for our free Ligue 1 predictions and betting tips. 

Predictions & Tips

We use stars to rate our confidence in our tips, with 3 being most confident to 1 being the least.
Both Teams To Score @ 8/13

We use stars to rate our confidence in our tips, with 3 being most confident to 1 being the least.
Nice 2-1 @ 15/2

Reason For Nice vs Brest Predictions

  • Nice have won seven of their last eleven home matches with just two defeats coming in this time, one coming via a 90th minute penalty and the other with the anchor of playing 40 minutes with ten men.
  • Brest’s away form is pretty poor with seven defeats in their last twelve league games on the road.
  • Both teams have scored in six of the visitors’ last eight matches as well as seven of Nice’s last eight outings.

Brest on a roll but lacking on the road

The away side have now lost just one of their last six matches with their win over Saint-Étienne last week lifting them up to 13th. It was a solid 3-2 win over the sleeping giants but that came with their fantastic home backing, this time round they will be without the Stade Francis-le-Blé at their disposal. Brest’s away form hasn’t been anywhere near as good as their home record with just two wins on the road all season. Those came against Angers and bottom club Toulouse but apart from those they have lost seven of their twelve away games this campaign in Ligue 1. They have failed to score in five of their last seven on the road which will make this another difficult challenge to overcome. 

Outwith these results Brest have been in solid form but none of their good results have come away from home. They’ve scored 13 goals in their last eight matches but have also conceded 14 in this time which is quite concerning ahead of this trip to Nice. These teams drew 0-0 when they last met in December but les Ty’Zefs were right up against it for most of the match and could struggle again here.

Vieira’s men awesome at home

Nice beat Toulouse 2-0 last week but manager Patrick Vieira wasn’t happy with his team’s performance, criticising them in the press conference. However, it was another win for les Aiglons and they should be pretty satisfied with the result nevertheless. They have now lost just two of their last twelve matches in all competitions with 20 goals scored and ten conceded in this time.

Vieira’s men generally have a solid home record but have actually lost two of their last three at the Allianz Riviera. However, both were rather unlucky as they played 40 minutes with ten men against Nîmes and conceded a 90th minute penalty to Lyon. Before that they had gone eight games unbeaten with six wins in the process making it a pretty good run of form.

The Allianz Riviera to play its part here?

We think this home record will be enough for Nice to get the win here. Pair this with Brest’s awful away form and you can see why we’re backing the hosts for this one. Both teams have scored in six of the visitors’ last eight matches as well as seven of Nice’s last eight outings so we’re backing that market alongside a 2-1 win for les Aiglons.  

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