L1 (D32): Everything you need to know about Toulouse

L1 (D32): Everything you need to know about Toulouse
L1 (D32): Everything you need to know about Toulouse

Media365 editorial team, published on Friday May 3, 2024 at 9:00 a.m.

Toulouse hosts Montpellier on Friday (7 p.m.) as part of the 32nd day of Ligue 1. Here is everything you need to know about this meeting.

A duel between two teams who are no longer concerned by the fight for survival. Both Toulouse and Montpellier have good streaks of invincibility that they want to continue to, why not, finish in the first part of the table. The Violets are three points ahead of their opponents today.

The stats you need to know (with Opta)

Toulouse has 8 victories in Ligue 1 in the return phase this season – only Lyon has done better over the period (9) – compared to only 2 in the first phase. Téfécé has not won at least 8 times in the second part of an L1 season since 2008/09 (8).

Montpellier is undefeated in its last 5 Ligue 1 matches (3 wins, 2 draws), its record this season before this series was 3. Over these 5 matches, the MHSC conceded 0.6 goals and suffered 3.8 shots on target per match, against ratios of 1.5 goals and 5.1 shots on target over the first 26 of the season.

Toulouse have only won 3 Ligue 1 matches in 2023/24 at the Stadium (7 draws, 5 defeats). No team has fewer victories on home soil in the elite this season (5 other teams with 3 including Montpellier).

Montpellier has not lost in any of its last 4 away games in Ligue 1 (3 wins, 1 draw), this is its best away series over the last 3 seasons.

Toulouse is the team which converts the majority of its big chances into goals in Ligue 1 this season (49% – 25/51). Last weekend against Lorient, Toulouse scored in 2 of their 3 such actions.

4 of Montpellier’s last 8 goals in Ligue 1 came on a counter-attack. Moreover, the MHSC dominates this category over the season with 9 such goals, including 5 for Akor Adams alone, the best individual total ahead of Kylian Mbappé (4).



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