Find out where to watch, schedule and lineup of Monaco vs Angers that face each other on Sunday (30), starting at 11 am (Brasilia time). Therefore, the duel will be at the Louis II stadium, in the Fontvieille district, in Monaco, France, for the 13th round of the French Championship 2022/23. In conclusion, check out in this text everything about the confrontation and where to watch HJK and Rome.
Monaco vs Angers where to watch?
- Date and time: October 30, 2022 at 11:00 am (Brasilia time).
- Place: Louis II Stadium in the Fontvieille district of Monaco, France.
- Where to watch: Bet365 (Sports betting site)
Probable Lineup of Monaco and Angers
Thus, the visitors enter the field with embezzlement, they have a list of casualties for the duel. Therefore, without problems, the match has the possibility of a victory for the home team, with a good domain at home. In this way, the Monaco team comes from a draw against Ferencváros in the Europa League 2022/23, 1-1.
On the other hand, the angers is in a bad moment, and comes from a setback by 2 x 1, in front of the Rennes, at home.
Probable Monaco lineup
Monaco squad: Alexander Nubel; Vanderson, Axel Disasi, Benoit Badiashile and Caio Henrique; Krepin Diatta, Eliot Matazo, Youssouf Fofana and Aleksandr Golovin; Breel Embolo and Ben Yedder. Coach: Philippe Clement.
Angers likely lineup
Angers lineup: Paul Bernadoni; Yann Valery, Cedric Hountondji, Ibrahim Amadou, Batista Mendy and Pierrick Capelle; Adrien Hunou, Nabil Bentaleb and Azzedine Ounahi; Amine Salama and Sofiane Boufal. Technician: Gerald Baticle.
Monaco vs Angers where to watch live
In short, the game can be watched on the Bet365 betting site. Check below where to watch the duel between Les Rouge et Blanc and the SCO.
- Bet365 (Sports betting site)
What time does it happen in Monaco x Angers
However, the Les Rouge et Blanc and the SCO takes place this Sunday (30), at 11 am (Brasilia time).
Where will the match between Monaco take place? x Angers
In short, the Les Rouge et Blanc and the SCO face each other at the Louis II Stadium, in the Fontvieille district of Monaco, France, the home of Monaco.
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