[Lille Vs. Saint-Etienne on 11 March 2022 - Who Will Win?]
Although Lille was the champion last season, their performance this season disappointed the audience. However, there is still great hope of winning the Champions League places, because they have already won some competitions and scores. They will take the rest of the tournament seriously. In this match, Saint Etienne is weaker than Lille, and Saint Etienne is still around the relegation zone. So Lille will win this match.
Lille made it consecutive triumphs in the league the last weekend, following up their thin triumph away at Lyon with a 4-0 whipping of Clermont.
Jonathan Bamba opened the scoring after only three minutes and, subsequent to ruling a significant part of the match, the conduits opened for Les Dogues when Clermont's Salis Abdul Samed was excused soon after the hour mark.
Jonathan David added his thirteenth objective of the mission before Turkish right-back Zeki Celik and Kosovo's Edon Zhegrova made it eight unique ethnicities to have scored Lille's last eight objectives.
Obviously, the tension at the table means that they could encounter misfortune this weekend and fall back to 10th place as much as possible, so they should be vigilant during the ascent.
Saint-Etienne's Denis Bouanga celebrates scoring their first goal on February 26, 2022
The table is also close to the basis of all the intentions and purposes in the first half. Each of the four groups that entered the table continued to lock together at the 22 focal points in the lower part of the table this weekend and met across two degraded six-pointers.
Etienne met Metz in one of those two matches and prevailed with regards to making it 10 focuses from their last five games with a pivotal 1-0 success on home soil.
Gabon's Denis Bouanga had one goal ruled out early on for a handball - and could, if not should, have had a hat-trick over the course of the game - but eventually found the winner with a well-taken half volley early in the second half.
That result saw Les Verts finally escape danger, moving up to 17th for the first time since the first few weeks of the campaign.
Having gotten only two successes under Claude Puel in the principal half of the period, Saint-Etienne has effectively won in 2022 as the recovery under new supervisor Pascal Dupraz proceeds.