Jeremy Toulalan believes Monaco have "a 50-50 chance" of beating Arsenal in their Champions League last-16 tie.
Monaco will head to north London for the first leg in February before hosting the Gunners in the return fixture the following month, which will see Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger head back to the club with which he won the Ligue 1 title in 1988.
Though they qualified for the knockout stages as group winners while Arsenal were only runners-up, the principality club will be considered by many...
It is a remarkable that, for a competition that now hasn't seen a repeat winner for 25 years, we still see so much repetition in the Champions League knockout rounds.
This year's last-16 draw features three ties that took place last season alone, as well as a restaging of the 1997 final. There also are similar features: Real Madrid got an easy draw, Bayern Munich should waltz through and it's difficult to escape the feeling that we're going to see the ongoing trend of all the teams who were first...
Midfielder Bernardo Silva picked the ideal time to score his first goal for Monaco to secure a 1-0 victory over Ligue 1 leaders Marseille.
The Portuguese 20-year-old, who joined on loan from Benfica in the summer, struck in the 67th minute to record Monaco's third successive league victory.
It meant Marseille missed a golden opportunity to capitalise on Paris St Germain's shock defeat at struggling Guingamp and remain just a point clear of the defending champions.
Anthony Martial provided a willing...