Castres (@1.14) vs Agen (@6.0)

Our Prediction:

Castres will win

Castres – Agen Match Prediction | 28-09-2019 12:00

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They come into the game as firm favourites having won three of their last four domestic games, and will be keen to bounce back from a 34-19 defeat at Exeter in Europe last time out. Their home form has been stoic, with a 9-6 win over Toulouse another highlight at the Stade du Hameau, but their away form has left a lot to be desired, something that star-studded Bordeaux will be looking to exploit.

The away team will know that an early trl or two could kill this match of and i think thats what they will be looking for. Come full time i can oly see an away win and a convincing one at that. The price seems a little hight and i think there could be some money to be made on this match. The away side have had a fantastic start to the season and they will be wanting to keep that run going today. The home side may have that as an advantage but they dont have the best team and are further down the league so i think they may find this game a little difficult.

A wintomorrowcould see them up to second and the leaders of the chasing pack, but they are up against it, with Toulouse in fine beautiful form having thrashed Grenoble 52-12 three weeks ago, on top of a solid 24-18 win over Oyonnax in the European Cup last weekend. After a two week break for the Champions Cup, Racing, who sit third in the table after six wins from eight games, have second-placed Toulouse firmly in their sights.

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The All Pinks have suffered an appalling start to their title defence, but have shown some signs of their true ability in recent weeks, with two wins from their last four games helping propel them out of the relegation zone and up to 11th. They remain well off the pace, however, and eighth-placed Grenoble will be hopeful of springing a surprise to compound Stades miserable campaign.

Meanwhile, Montpellier enjoyed a stellar start to the season but have been rocked in recent weeks by successive Top 14 defeats, 33-25 at home to Toulouse, and 52-8 at Toulon, ahead of a comprehensive 41-18 loss at Harlequins in the Challenge Cup. But a 64-0 thrashing of Italian minnows Calvisiano has brought a timely dose of relief to Jake Whites men.

Sitting 13th, the final relegation place, a win for Oyonnaxtomorrowwould be a welcome one. They will be bidding to rack up their second-successive home triumph, after making light work of Pau in a 42-23 win on Haloween, but they could be low on confidence after a 38-3 defeat to La Rochelle was followed by an agonising 24-18 away loss in the Champions Cup last week.