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LASK vs Toulouse prediction, free betting tips & odds

Date: 14 December 2023

 Kick-Off: 17:45 UK, 18:45 CET

 Venue: Raiffeisen Arena

TV: discovery+

The odds are accurate at the time of writing and are subject to change. Check carefully before finalising your wager with your bookmaker.

​LASK vs Toulouse: Top free betting tips

Our LASK vs Toulouse prediction is for a close game from which the Violets will get what they need. Can LASK somehow stay alive in Europe?

The final game of the group stage in the Europa League leaves many questions unanswered. Hosts LASK are in last place in the group with just 3 points. Yet, if they win they could still qualify for the Conference League. Their visitors Toulouse have a top-3 finish secured but they need one more point to cement their second place. Both teams have been struggling domestically this season. 

Correct outcome prediction: Draw

Our first LASK vs Toulouse prediction is that the spoils will be shared in Linz. Toulouse need a point to confirm their qualification for the knockouts. The Violets registered 3 draws in just their last 5 games. LASK could lose interest if the news coming from Brussels is not in their favour. 

Total goals prediction: Under 2.5 goals

We don’t think there will be many goals scored in this match. That’s why our second LASK vs Toulouse prediction is that the game will have no more than 2 total goals. The first game between the teams in France had a single goal in it. Also, 4 of Toulouse’s last 5 games stayed under 2.5 goals. To add to that, in only 2 of LASK’s last 5 matches there were more than 2 goals scored. 

​Correct score prediction: 1-1 draw

Our final LASK vs Toulouse prediction follows the logic from our first few betting tips. We think the game will finish in a 1-1 draw. All of Toulouse’s last 3 away draws had been with that 1-1 scoreline. Also, 5 of LASK’s last 9 draws in Europe were with that exact 1-1 result. 

LASK vs Toulouse: What the fans think?

LASK fans talk food

Toulouse fans share travel mementos

​How far will Toulouse’s fans travel to LASK?

The flight distance between Toulouse and Linz is 694 miles (1117km). The flight time is around 1 hour and 47 minutes. There is an option to travel by train but such a journey takes close to 15 hours, so we can’t envision the away fans opting for anything else but travel via plane.

Our advice to all the Toulouse fans is that if they want to explore the capital of Upper Austria Linz they have to arrive early. There is a lot to see, boundless of tasty food to try and plenty of exciting Christmas activities to enjoy while in Linz.

Raiffeisen Arena, home to LASK / LASK vs Toulouse prediction
Photo: GEPA pictures/ Christian Moser – Photo by Icon sport

​LASK vs Toulouse: Tickets

There are still tickets available for sale at the time of writing. Both home and away fans can purchase tickets online and the price varies. It seems most tickets left available are for premium seats so one will have to pay over 100 euros to get a ticket for the game. 

There will be no Ticket Offices open at the stadium on the day of the game so the only way to gain access is to purchase a ticket online. 

There seem to be lots of private tickets for resale all over the web for this match. We advise you to tread with caution if you decide to buy a resale ticket. Always make sure that what you’re getting is a genuine ticket for the match. 

​FAQs: LASK vs Toulouse

  • What was the result the first time the teams met? Toulouse won 1-0 at home when LASK visited them. 
  •  Can LASK challenge for a top-2 finish with a win? No, LASK are in last place and they can only qualify for the Conference League if they win this match and Union SG fail to win their game vs Liverpool. 
  • What do Toulouse need to secure second place? All Toulouse need is one more point to be 100% certain about their second position. 

Iskra Zecheva

For over 16 years now, Iskra had been a freelance sports writer. Football and scouting, being among the main fields of her expertise. She has dined with kings, queens and some of the most famous sports figures of the past and the present. Iskra is also a member of the largest independent union of investigative journalists. She has minority ownership at several sports clubs and knows first-hand the pains of supporting a 'small-scale' football club.

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