METZ VS MONTPELLIER PREDICTION
After a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Nice Last Sunday, Metz will be aiming to give their fans yet another reason for celebration and optimism when they take on Montpellier at Stade Municipal Stadium on Matchday 16of the season. Les Grenats regained a much-needed confidence at the weekend, and a victory over La Paillade could see them escape the relegation red line zone. Farid Boulaya continues to miss out through suspension, while Udol and Manuel Cabit are sidelined with injuries and they will not play
Montpellier are aiming to make amends from a 1-0 defeat to Olympique Lyon. Anyhow, the relegation-threatened host want this victory today more than the visitors, and we are predicting that they are going to pick up all three important points from the game.Tamas and Pedro Mendes are out of contention with injuries and they will not play, but there are no suspended players in the away team apart from them.
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