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Nice and Saint Etienne will meet on Wednesday in a League 1 match. Nice sits sixth in the current standings, while Saint-Etienne is 18th. Both clubs have a lot at stake, as Nice are one point away from UEFA qualification and Saint-Etienne are one point away from escaping the relegation zone.
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Nice won 3-0 when those teams met in September, with Amine Gouiri, Calvin Stengs and Andy Delort all scoring goals.
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Three games from the end, Nice is in sixth place. The team have the same number of points as fifth-placed Strasbourg, but with a five-goal differential to make up for, Nice’s best chance of qualifying for the Europa Conference League at this stage would be to let Strasbourg through for the team doesn’t need to rely on goal differential.
Nice have won their last two Ligue 1 matches, both by scores of 1-0 against Troyes and Bordeaux. In fact, the team have four consecutive 1-0 results, with a 1-0 league loss to Monaco and a 1-0 loss to Nantes on Saturday in the Coupe de France final.
Andy Delort’s 11 goals this season lead the team. In total, Nice have a plus 15 goal differential, with their 29 goals conceded in first place in Ligue 1.
Starting lineup planned for Nice: Bard, Dante, Todibo, Daniliuc, Kluivert, Thuram, Rosario, Boudaoui, Delorty, Dolberg; Benitez
Saint-Etienne are in a tight race to avoid relegation. They are currently in the relegation playoff spot and are three points ahead of 19th-placed Metz and 17th-placed Lorient by three strokes. Anything can still happen to this team, even if they face a busy schedule to end the year, with Nice, Reims and Nantes.
Les Verts have lost two in a row, losing 4-1 to Monaco and then 2-0 to Rennes. The team’s last victory dates back to April 16, when they beat Brest 2-1 thanks to a pair of goals from Mahdi Camara.
Saint-Etienne has a minus-32 goal differential this season and has allowed the second most goals in the league at 70. Wahbi Khazri’s 10 goals lead the team but he won’t play in this game.
Starting XI planned for Saint-Etienne: Trauco, Nade, Moukoudi, Mangala, Macon, Aouchiche, Gourna-Douath, Camara, Bouanga, Nordin; Bernardoni