the Gym with a Cho-Moffi-Boga attack, the compositions fell

We take stock of the end of season objectives

Nice has not yet given up on the idea of ​​finishing in the top 4 and having a chance of playing in the next Champions League. The Aiglons, who have a game in hand, are four points behind fourth-placed Lille and six behind third-placed Brest.

Le Havre is struggling to maintain its position but took a nice step last weekend by at least ensuring that it did not go straight down. The HAC is three points ahead of the play-off place.

And here is the composition of Le Havre!

Desmas – Sangante (c), Youté, Lloris, Opéri – Casimir, Touré, Targhalline, Kechta – Sabbi, Ayew

The Nice lineup with a Cho-Moffi-Boga attack

Bulka – Mendy, Todibo, Dante (c), Bard – Sanson, Rosario, Thuram – Cho, Moffi, Boga

Euro, Olympics, whistles, progress… The next few weeks promise to be crucial for Khéphren Thuram

Between the end of the season with OGC Nice, Euro 2024, the Olympics and the transfer window, Khephren Thuram, back in shape, is entering an important period of his young career at the age of 23.

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OGC Nice hosts Le Havre this Friday at 9 p.m. at the Allianz Riviera for the 33rd day of Ligue 1. The Aiglons, 5th in the championship, want to defend their place in the top 5 as well as their ticket for the European Cup two games from the end of the season. For their part, Le Havre are still in the fight to maintain their position and are ahead of Metz, 16th and play-off, by three points.



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