FC Metz: some absentees and uncertainties before facing SCO d'Angers

FC Metz: some absentees and uncertainties before facing SCO d'Angers

FC Metz will play its last cards. On Saturday against SCO d'Angers, the Grenats must win and hope for a defeat of Saint-Etienne to keep their hopes of staying in Ligue 1.

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FC Metz needs three points to take the play-off place from Saint-Etienne. The Greens have been stagnating for several games, but seem to have a much more affordable schedule than the Grenats at this decisive end of the season. This is even noticeable on cricket betting sites that accept football bets.

Indeed, Pascal Dupraz's men receive during the multiplex this Saturday the Stade de Reims, before traveling to FC Nantes. While for the Moselle club, the task is much more difficult. First the reception of SCO d'Angers, but especially a trip to the Parc des Princes on the last day to face PSG.

Dylan Bronn and Thomas Delaine uncertain, N'Doram and Centonze absent

So obviously, FC Metz fans were hoping to see a full squad to face SCO d'Angers at Saint-Symphorien. But today a full squad is almost as rare as a winning streak for the Grenats... as much as to say that it never happened (for the moment).

Uncertain during the week and victims of "small injuries" as explained by Frederic Antonetti this week, Dylan Bronn, Thomas Delaine and Jean-Armel Kana Biyik are in the Lorraine group. On the other hand, the absence of Kevin N'Doram is confirmed, as he will not play again this season for Lorraine. No surprises for Centonze, Amadou, Maïga, Mbengue who are well and truly absent.

This benefits in particular Lenny Lacroix, rewarded for his fine performance last week and Jean Jacques Danley, once again selected in the pro group. It is also an opportunity to remember that Nicolas De Préville will play (in case of relegation) his last game for FC Metz. You can download best IPL betting apps to follow events in real time. Here you can also make good money on bets.