OGC Nice – ASSE: the stakes of the match for the Greens

OGC Nice – ASSE: the stakes of the match for the Greens
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After its logical defeat in Rennes (0-2), the results of the 35th day of L1 had been favorable to ASSE with the draw of Metz and the defeats of Bordeaux, Clermont and Lorient. Last weekend, before their trip to Nice this Wednesday evening, the Greens had their eyes riveted on their direct competitors and this time, the results were not all favorable to them since Clermont and Metz won. Three days from the end, the Greens are still 18th. Play-offs, they therefore always have their destiny between their feet so as not to finish in the bottom two. Behind, Bordeaux is still four points and Metz three points, but in front, Clermont now has a five-point lead, admittedly with a difficult calendar (Strasbourg and Lyon), but Lorient still remains three points… Everything remains still possible, and everything could well be decided on the last day, with ASSE traveling to Nantes. But until then, there are two games to play, six points to take.

In Nice without Khazri and Gourna, and without the 12th man against Reims

The first of them, in Nice, will probably not be the easiest, especially since it will have to be done without Wahbi Khazri and Lucas Gourna-Douath, suspended. The Aiglons still cherish the dream of grabbing 3rd place, synonymous with the Champions League, and they no longer have room for error to hope to get ahead of Rennes. At Roazon Park, Pascal Dupraz had put the bus on, which had allowed ASSE to concede only two goals, for lack of having advanced their counter. The reluctance of the choices of Haut-Savoyard was pointed out, the performance of Eliaquim Mangala too. But Dupraz announced it: it will not change its device. Impossible according to him to play with a four-man defense, even if his team has just conceded 19 goals in six matches. Is. To reassure ourselves, we can say that the people of Nice will certainly have left their strength in their Coupe de France final lost to Nantes (0-1) last Saturday, and noted that they have been less good for a few weeks, with in particular two last victories in pain against Troyes (1-0) and Bordeaux (1-0) … In the process, it is Reims who will move to the Cauldron on Saturday evening. A Reims that Oscar Garcia managed to maintain without shaking despite limited means and the injury of the nugget Hugo Ekitike. The Rémois will come to Geoffroy-Guichard without pressure, they who remain on a victory in Brest (2-1) and a defeat against Lens (1-2). For this lowering of the curtain at home, in the league, the Cauldron will be behind closed doors following the excesses linked to the anniversary of the Green Angels against Monaco (1-4). A blow for ASSE, which hopes to be able to count on the returns of Enzo Crivelli and especially Falaye Sacko, whose absence since his knee injury against Troyes (1-1) is felt badly. That’s what we dreaded. A return of the Malian would do a lot of good on the ground but also in the heads. Because the positive waves have been lacking for a few weeks, despite the fine speeches of Dupraz, so far from the truth on the ground. Gentlemen the Greens, if you really want to save ASSE, it’s now, and not tomorrow!

to summarize

The Greens have only three matches left to save themselves and snatch their retention in L1. Before finishing in Nantes, they travel to Nice on Wednesday and will receive Reims on Saturday evening in a Cauldron behind closed doors. At the Allianz Riviera, reassembled Aiglons await them…

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