After the disappointment of the match against Reims, where they snatched the draw (1-1) in the last minutes of the meeting on Saturday, the Stéphanois benefit from three days of rest.
Those who do not have specific care to follow find the training grounds of the Robert-Herbin sports center for two sessions, morning and afternoon.
Claude Puel’s Greens will have four days to prepare for the trip to Lorient, scheduled for Sunday at 3 p.m. (27e day of L1).
No doubt they will have an eye on the performance of the Hakes on Wednesday night in an already decisive game for maintenance. The Bretons (18es, 23 points) move to Nîmes (19e, 21 points) in a late meeting of the 21e day, postponed because of cases of Covid-19 in their workforce.
One of the two teams will exit the red zone after the match.