Monaco and Toulouse will collide this weekend as the Ligue 1 season comes to an end.Monaco Form Guide
You could certainly make the argument that more would’ve been expected of Monaco at the start of the season, and we think that’d be a fair assessment. A club of their stature will be expecting more than sixth place and on the final day, they’ll have a hope and belief within them that they can vault as high as fourth - so long as they get the job done in their own game.
After beating Angers 2-1 away from home, Monaco slipped back into their inconsistent ways with a 0-0 draw against Lille. Since then, they’ve faced two tough games and lost them both at the hands of Lyon and Rennes.Toulouse Form Guide
While their league position certainly left a lot to be desired, nobody can deny that Toulouse has had a strong season as a result of their Coupe de France triumph. It’s the first time that the club has lifted the famous trophy and with Europe on the horizon, there could be big changes coming at the club - and we imagine, in their mind, they’ll probably already be on the beach.
A 5-1 win over Nantes in the Coupe de France final seemed to serve as the last stand for Toulouse this season. Since then they’ve lost to Lens, drawn 0-0 with Ajaccio, Nantes (in the league) and Nice, before only managing a point at home to Auxerre.Latest Team News
Lucas and Jakobs are both out for this one with question marks surrounding the fitness of Golovin, Sarr and Martins.
Spierings is suspended due to a handful of bookings with Healey also out of action for the visitors.Match Prediction
Europe is on the line and with a boisterous home crowd behind them, it’s hard to look past the hosts here. It’s likely to be a competitive game, as tends to be the case on the final day of the campaign, but we’re still going to back a Monaco win to round things off.