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Amiens’ 4-0 loss versus Strasbourg in their last Ligue 1 (L1) home game saw them end a run of successive competitive home victories at three games. In turn, five of their last six L1 home fixtures have now featured over 2.5 goals, while four of the last five have seen exactly four goals (total).

Encouragingly though, Amiens have scored first – and done so in the opening 30 minutes – in four of their last five L1 home games. However, they can also be guilty of surrendering that advantage shortly after, and have conceded the equaliser within the following 15 minutes on three occasions.

Visitors Dijon travel here after failing to score in their previous five L1 away matches (D1, L4). Unsurprisingly then, they possess the division’s worst away attack averaging just 0.33 goals scored per road trip.

Encouragingly though, Dijon have been trailing at half-time in just two of their nine L1 away games this season (HT: D7, L2). However, ‘Les Dijonnais’ may want to keep things tight in the 15 minutes following the break, as they have conceded 45.45% of their 11 away goals during this period.

Players to watch: Amiens’ joint-top league scorer Stiven Mendoza has scored four goals so far, three of which came in the first or last 15 minutes. Meanwhile, Mounir Chouiar (DIJ) has scored his two L1 goals in the last ten minutes of either half.


Stat attack: Almost half (42.86%) of Amiens’ home league games this campaign have produced over 2.5 first-half goals – a league high.

Dijon are yet to score after the hour mark in any L1 away game this season.

Amiens have not been been losing at half-time in any of the last four league H2Hs (HT: W2, D2).

Amiens vs Dijon Betting Tip

  • Amiens to Win (Odds 2.08)