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Thomas Delain and Jean-Armel Cana-Biyik are back for a reception in Monaco

Not yet this Sunday, Frederic Antonetti will be able to count on a full group. Far from there. If the international break allowed Thomas Delain and Jean-Armel Cana-Biyik to get back on their feet and thus be able to serve at the Monaco reception, then the Metz infirmary is far from empty. Boubacar Traore (ankle), Habib Maiga (adductors) and Fabien Sentonze (thigh) have not yet been found.

The Corsican technician, who himself will be serving the fifth of his seven matches of suspension, is also deprived of Vincent Pajot (whose suspension will end at the end of this meeting) and Kiki Kouyate, suspended due to the accumulation of yellow cards.

On the Monegasque side, Philippe Clément will not be able to count on Crépin Diatta (knee), while Magnes Akliusz (sick) and Cesc Fàbregas (recovery) are unsure.

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Before hosting Monaco, this Sunday, FC Metz won just one of their last 22 home matches in Ligue 1 (8 draws, 13 losses) against Lorient on 12 December (4-1). Granats continue two 0-0 draws at Saint-Symphorien for the first time since August 2005 (also two). You have to go back to September 1989 to see how they tie two goalless ties in their elite lair.

Metz v Monaco: Jérôme Brisard’s whistle

It is Jerome Brisard who will headline the match between Messines and Monegasque this Sunday. The paths of the 36-year-old referee with the “Grenades” this season crossed only once. It was November 7 in Marseille (0:0). He will be assisted by Benjamin Pages and Alexis Auger.

Bartolomeu Varela will act as fourth referee, while video assistance (VAR) will be entrusted to Jeremy Stinat and Wilfried Biehn.

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View of FC Metz from Monaco

“This is a team that plays with five behind and only one leading striker, sometimes with two and a tenth number behind. There will be a wall in front of us that we will have to break down. So we need to be good at transitions, put speed in our game. We are used to playing against teams that are grouped together, as was the case with Clermont in particular. It is difficult to get around these formations, but we have the qualities for this. “From Philip ClementAS Monaco coach about Metz team profile.

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Weekend program

➤ Ligue 1: Metz – Monaco (30th day)Sunday, April 3 at 15:00 at the Saint-Symphorien stadium.

➤ Women. D2: Metz – Nantes (Day 18), Sunday, April 3, 13:00, Stade Desavel.

➤ U19: FC Sochaux – FC Metz (22nd day), Sunday, April 3, 15:00 at René Blum Stadium.

➤ U17: Mulhouse v Metz (Day 22), Sunday, April 3, 15:00, Parc des Sports Waldeck.

➤ Belgian D1: Ostend – RFC Seraing (33rd day), Saturday, April 2, 18:30, Abertpark.

Choose your legendary XI FC Metz from 1932 to today

FC Metz will celebrate its 90th anniversary on the weekend of 24 April at Stade Saint-Symphorien. Until that date, Le Républicain Lorrain will return in numerous episodes to the great clock of the Grenade Club since its inception in 1932. Choose eleven of the best in the history of the Lorraine club.

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