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Probable Lineups Statistical Comparision

(43) 20 Goals 46 (57)
(28) 14 Assists 25 (31)
(6.6) 6.7 Average Ratings 6.9 (6.6)
31.2 Average Age 29.8
180.1 Average Height (cm) 180.5
(0.8) 0.6 Shots pg 1.1 (0.8)
(47%) 42% Aerial Duel Success 49% (47%)
(0.3) 0.4 Dribbles pg 0.4 (0.6)
(1.8) 1.7 Tackles pg 1.2 (1.6)
* Values in brackets (x) are overall player statistics in Ligue 1.

Missing Players

Player Reason Status Rating
Granddi N'Goyi Out 6.84
Julien Faussurier Out 6.95
Stephane Drouin Out N/A
Corentin Jean Out 6.46
Jeremie Bréchet Out 7.08
Player Reason Status Rating
Diacko Fofana Out 6.26
Stéphane Bahoken Out 6.28
Xavier Pentecote Out 6.55
Fabien Dao Castellana Out 6
Cyril Hennion Out N/A
Moussa M'Bow Out N/A

Team News

  • Troyes are without a number of first team players due to injury and suspension.
  • Jeremie Brechet has yet to regain full fitness, and Julien Faussurier has a knee complaint.
  • Stephen Drouin is unavailable with a groin problem, while Granddi Ngoyi has a calf injury.
  • Correntin Jean is banned after being sent-off against Rennes.
  • Nice have no new injury concerns going into the trip to Troyes but still have a number of players unavailable for selection.
  • Diacko Fofana is expected to be out for six months after rupturing the cruciate ligaments in his knee, and midfielder Kevin Anin remains unavailable due to personal problems.
  • Moussa M'Bow has a knee problem, while Stephane Bahoken is out with a leg injury.
  • Xavier Pentecote and Fabien Dao Castellana are still recovering from injuries, and Cyril Hennion remains on the sidelines with a groin injury.


  • Troyes take on an in-form Nice side as they look to recover from a disastrous defeat against Rennes last weekend.
  • Jean-Marc Furlan's men did hold a two goal lead at one stage in the first half, but suffered a spectacular collapse as Rennes fought back to win 3-2.
  • Meanwhile Nice pulled off a huge shock, as they kept up their fine home form with a 2-1 triumph over Paris Saint-Germain. Valentin Eysseric scored the winner with just four minutes to spare and push Claude Puel's men into the top half of the table.
  • Les Aiglons have won just once on their travels this term, but with the likes of Eysseric, Eric Bautheac and Dario Cvitanich all performing well recently, they may be able to change that statistic.
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