the FCG falls asleep, Colomiers revives… Follow the end of the match

the FCG falls asleep, Colomiers revives… Follow the end of the match
the FCG falls asleep, Colomiers revives… Follow the end of the match

Launched on a series of seven victorious matches, FC Grenoble is heading towards the final stages in the spring of 2024. If it aims to make the big eight, this Friday evening on the occasion of the penultimate day, it will be to consolidate its 4th place (74 points); but also to protect yourself from a possible return of the 7th, on May 17 during the 30th and last day.

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To do this, the Dauphinois will have to gain the upper hand over the Columérins, that’s a minimum; but also count on concomitant setbacks from their pursuers. The victory, Thursday evening in the opening match, of Brive (8th) in Vannes (26-21) is not necessarily good news. It would take defeats for Nevers (7th, 69 pts) and/or Mont-de-Marsan (6th, 69 pts), respectively traveling to Béziers (3rd) and Montauban (15th) to live the days to come more peacefully. And then run for a play-off at home, which Dax (5th, 73 pts) can still challenge at FCG.

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