Montpellier and its coach Olivier Dall’Oglio will be able to count on their two attackers, ready to start, against Brest, this Sunday April 3 at La Mosson (3 p.m.).
After fifteen days of truce, Montpellier is on the attack. Two weeks after its success in Bordeaux (0-2), the MHSC can rely on its two attackers Stephy Mavididi and Elye Wahi and a workforce with no new injuries to receive Brest, this Sunday (3 p.m.) at La Mosson, during the 30th day of Ligue 1.
Ristic, a “very heavy penalty”
“We got everyone back, including the internationals (Chotard, Estève, Oyongo)”, welcomed coach Olivier Dall’Oglio, this Friday at a press conference. The technician will nevertheless have to compose without his two defenders, Nicolas Cozza and Mihailo Ristic, suspended after their expulsion in Gironde.
As a reminder, the first received a suspension meeting and the second five. A “very heavy sanction”, judged Dall’Oglio, specifying that it “will be very difficult to appeal” in particular with regard to the arbitration report which, according to him, mentions an “aggression”.
If defensively, the technician will have to adapt, he will have all of his offensive forces. Long injured in a knee, entered about thirty minutes in Bordeaux, Mavididi is now able to be aligned from the kick-off.
“He is able, confirmed ODO. As much in Bordeaux, it would have been a little too fair, as much there he can start. We had 15 days of work, which was interesting.”
Wahi trained “normally”
If the Englishman could therefore side with the Hérault holders, his young teammate, Elye Wahi, could do the same despite a buttock injury which occurred last week with the France U19 team.
“No problem, replied the Hérault coach, sweeping away the last doubts. He trained normally this morning. We protected him yesterday and the day before yesterday (Thursday and Wednesday) on physical work but it’s going very, very well “.
“The review reassured us but he was embarrassed. He couldn’t play the second game (of the Blues). It was better to recover him and treat.”
In Brest, Belaïli is missing
The collaboration between the staff, Hérault and tricolor, “in good intelligence”, could thus lead to a new tenure of the 19-year-old striker, who has become one of the major cogs in this formation (8 goals, 1 assist in L1 ).
In Brest, Michel Der Zakarian must for his part face two uncertainties: Jérémy Le Douaron is feverish while the Algerian international Youcef Belaïli has still not joined Finistère since the setback of his selection on Tuesday.
#MHSCSB29 Youcef Belaïli has still not returned to Brest. “We can’t reach him, there’s no answer. The least you can do is call”, squeaks Michel Der Zakarian \u26bd\ufe0f
— Pierre-Yves Henry (@PYvesHenry) April 1, 2022
Without giving any news, according to information reported by the Telegram. What Der Zak’ tastes little. “We can’t reach him, there’s no answer. The least you can do is call.”