Ligue 2 BKT is back on Saturday after a week of international break. On this occasion, the Sporting Club de Bastia travels to Dijon on behalf of the 7th day.
The Turchina formation, which achieves an average start to the season in terms of accounting with 6 points in 6 days, has nevertheless shown interesting things in the game. Mathieu Chabert is convinced: his players will, sooner or later, be rewarded: “I finds that we are progressing in our content but we still lack this little bit of success, ”he declared during the pre-match press conference. “By continuing to play like this we’re going to take points for sure. Our game content is the foundation of our future success, ”he added.
Evening opponents Dijon FCO played in Ligue 1 last year! Barely since the start of the season, the former elite resident is still looking for a first victory and remains on 3 consecutive defeats. 19th in the standings, the reds and whites recently changed coaches by entering the experienced Patrice Garande. After losing to Pau, 2 goals to 0, for his first, the technician was able to take advantage of the international break to start putting his ideas in place. The Turchinu Squadron will therefore have to remain vigilant to avoid the trap match.
Several absentees are to be noted on the Bastiais side: victim of a cruciate ligament rupture, Maguette Diongue will unfortunately be unavailable for several months. Lloyd Palun, meanwhile, has a hamstring injury and is therefore out of the game. Finally, Idriss Saadi continues his re-athletic work and should be able to apply for a place in the group soon.
DFCO-SCB, reunion at Stade Gaston-Gérard where the blues won on April 8, 2017! A meeting to follow from 7 p.m. and broadcast live on Live Team!
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