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Brest vs Le Havre Preview & Prediction | 2023-24 French Ligue 1


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When is Brest vs Le Havre on and what time does it start? Brest vs Le Havre will take place on Sunday 3rd March, 2024 – 14:00 (UK)

Where can I get tickets for Brest vs Le Havre? Visit each club’s official website for the latest ticket information

What TV channel is Brest vs Le Havre on in the UK? TNT Sports have the rights to Ligue 1 matches in the UK, so it is worth checking their schedule for Brest vs Le Havre

Where can I stream Brest vs Le Havre in the UK? If Brest vs Le Havre is televised on TNT Sports, then subscribers can stream the match live on discovery+



Under the management of former Sunderland player Eric Roy, Stade Brest have been magnificent in their form thus far as they begin this weekend’s round of fixtures sitting in the top three and the UEFA Champions League qualifying spots with 12 victories, seven draws and four defeats in their 23 matches so far this season.

Brest come into this one on the back of back-to-back victories in Ligue 1 as they edged past Olympique de Marseille by a goal to nil before comfortably hammering Strasbourg by three goals to nil with a hat-trick scored by Mahdi Camara. The home team are now unbeaten in their last 12 matches in the league.


Following promotion last season, Le Havre have enjoyed a relatively impressive campaign as they have drifted into the bottom-half of the table due to a really poor run of form since the autumn. They are hovering just a couple of points and a couple of places above the bottom three and the relegation places.

The visitors were most recently beaten by an out of form ten-man Stade de Reims side by two goals to one at Stade Oceane with a 96th minute winning penalty scored by Mohamed Daramy. They have now suffered four successive defeats across all competitions and they are winless in their last five Ligue 1 matches, too.



Former Aston Villa defender Jordan Amavi is missing through injury this weekend with Steve Mounie also unavailable for this one, due to suspension.

PREDICTED XI (4-2-3-1): Coudert; Lala, Chardonnet, Brassier, Locko; Lees-Melou, Martin; Del Castillo, Camara, Pereira Lage; Satriano

UNAVAILABLE: Amavi (Injured), Mounie (Suspended)



Le Havre have a couple of absentees for this weekend with Oussama Targhalline out injured for this one, whilst Russia international Daler Kuzyayev is missing through suspension.

PREDICTED XI (4-4-2): Gorgelin; Sangante, Kinkoue, Lloris, Operi; Nego, Toure, Kechta, Sabbi; Ayew, Bayo

UNAVAILABLE: Kuzyayev (Suspended), Targhalline (Injured)



At the start of this season, it was to be expected that these were two sides that would have been fairly even and in the middle-of-the-table but there is a real difference in the quality of the two sides. Le Havre are languishing in the bottom-half of the table and Brest are the overwhelming favourites for this one, especially with their home advantage, as they continue their push for UEFA Champions League qualification.


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