The experts at Football Form Labs can't separate the two sides on this occasion.
Bordeaux v Nantes - Sunday 14:00, BT Sport Europe
While both of Bordeaux’s games this season have seen more than four goals, as they won their opener 3-2 but were well beaten 4-1 at Toulouse last weekend, both Nantes’s games have seen fewer than two strikes, as they won their opener 1-0 at Dijon but suffered a 1-0 defeat at home to Monaco in their last game.
It was problems at the back that saw Bordeaux only manage 11th last term, their lowest finish since 2004/05, as they let in more goals than anyone outside the bottom six. Those issues look set to plague them once again, although new manager Jocelyn Gourvennec has said he wants to focus on attacking football so they will hope to just out-score their opponents. For all their struggles, Bordeaux only lost four times at the Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux last term, while their record when hosting sides between 10th and 15th in the last couple of seasons is W3-D7-L1, with a 116% return from backing the stalemate in these matches, including six 1-1 draws.