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What are the odds on AS Monaco Winning Their Cup Game Away from Home on Sunday?

AS Monaco is back in action! Following a well-negotiated last match in Toulouse (a 2-1 victory) before the winter break and well-deserved days of rest after a successful first phase, the Red and Whites resumed training this week. Their goal is to prepare for the first match of 2024, marked by an away game against Lens among the last 32 teams in the Coupe de France. It’s going to be this Sunday at 2:30 PM.

Extending their unbeaten streak in the Cup, the Monégasques, winners in the first leg with a 3-0 victory at Stade Louis-II in a fully controlled match, they indeed may have a slight psychological advantage. 

This advantage might be further emphasized when looking at their track record in this competition. Simply put, in four matches played, AS Monaco has consistently emerged victorious. The most recent one? In 2022, during the round of 16 at Lens home ground at Bollaert, they secured a 4-2 win, notably with a double by Wissam Ben Yedder.

So AS Monaco’s players head to Lens Home Ground at Bollaert to face the Blood Red and Yellow-Gold colours of Lens in this group of the last 32 teams still in with a chance to win the Coupe de France. Sunday at 2:30 pm. Don’t miss it!

Before witnessing this promising encounter, take a look at the Red and White’s schedule for the week.

The AS Monaco schedule before Lens:

Monday, January 1st
Rested already

Tuesday, January 2nd
4 PM (Performance Center): They had Closed-door training

Wednesday, January 3rd
10:30 AM (Performance Center): More Closed-door training undertaken already

Thursday, January 4th
10:30 AM (Performance Center): Closed-door training

Friday, January 5th
10:30 AM (Performance Center): 15-minute open training to the press
1:30 PM (Performance Center): Press conference before Lens – AS Monaco

Saturday, January 6th
1:30 PM (Performance Center): Last Closed-door training before the game.

Sunday, January 7th THE BIG GAME
2:30 PM (Lens Home Stade Bollaert): RC Lens – AS Monaco (Coupe de France, Last 32 teams )

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