THE RC Lens scored a big blow on the last day of Ligue 1 by winning the final for 2nd place against OM (2-1). The Sang et Or therefore have a second consecutive match at home in the Championship and remain on three wins in a row. But at Felix Bollaert, the situation is even more favorable for Franck Haise’s men who have not lost in their stadium since February 1 and a setback against Nice (0-1). “It would be a serious mistake to think that it will be easier against Reims than against Marseille, Monaco or Paris when I see what they have been doing for a very long time,” tempered the Lensois coach.
Opposite, Stade de Reims could actually pose problems for their opponents of the day even if the dynamic is much worse than a few days ago. Indeed, the Rémois won a success against Lille (1-0) on the last day but it was the only victory for Will Still’s men in 1 month in the Championship. Even if they don’t have much to play for this season, they want to turn into end-of-season referees, as the Reims technician says: “We know the quality of Lens, especially at home. We are aware of that. We know it’s a very good team when they play at home. Sometimes you don’t play against eleven guys but twelve or thirteen. We know that this match context is going to be special and not the easiest, but that doesn’t prevent not that we’re going there to put on a solid, tough match and once again show the best version of Stade de Reims.”
What time does the Lens – Reims match start?
The Lens – Reims match will start at 9 p.m. this Friday, May 12. It will take place at the Felix Bollaert-Delelis stadium.
On which TV channel is Lens – Reims broadcast?
It is PrimeVideo which will broadcast the meeting between Lens and Reims. Jérémie Pignard will be the central referee for this match of the 35th day of Ligue 1.
Which streaming broadcast for the Lens – Reims match?
The only streaming broadcast available for this Lens – Reims will be on Amazon’s digital platform, PrimeVideo. You must have the Pass Ligue 1 subscription to access the match.
What probable compositions for Lens – Reims?
Franck Haise deplores only one absentee for this clash against Stade de Reims since Wesley Saïd is still forfeited. On the other hand, the RC Lens coach recovers Salis Abdul Samed back from suspension. Here is the probable starting XI of the Blood and Gold: Samba – Medina, Danso, Gradit – Machado, Fofana, Abdul Samed, Frankowski – Thomasson, Openda, Sotoca.
Opposite, Will Still will not be able to count on several players like Thibault De Smet and Mitchell Van Bergen among others. Here is the probable composition of the Rémois: Diouf – Busi, Abdelhamid, Agbadou, Foket – Matusiwa, Munetsi – Zeneli, Flips, Ito – Balogun.
What are the predictions for the meeting Lens – Reims?
On sports betting sites, the Lensois are favorites against Stade de Reims. Winamax places the Northerners at 1.52, the draw is at 4.60 and the Reims victory at 5.90. On bettingsportonly the Reims victory changes since they are at 6.