Deprived of his suspended captain and playmaker, Olivier Dall’Oglio has decided to start his two attackers, Valère Germain and Elye Wahi, against AS Monaco, this Sunday January 23 (5:05 p.m.) at La Mosson.
Without Téji Savanier, suspended for three games, Olivier Dall’Oglio had to compose. The MHSC coach has decided and decides to line up both Elye Wahi and Valère Germain to face AS Monaco, this Sunday (5:05 p.m.) at La Mosson, during the 22nd day of Ligue 1.
Unsurprisingly, Jordan Ferri inherits the captain’s armband.
While the technician had indicated that he was thinking about a possible tenure of Junior Sambia on the right of the middle, he therefore opted for a different option.
The MHSC could be articulated according to two different schemes. In the usual 4-2-3-1, with Wahi to the right of a midfielder where Mollet would be repositioned as a leader. Germain, he would occupy the point of the attack.
But a system with two attackers, without N.10, as in Nice (0-1) at the beginning of November, could also be aligned.
Volland sick, Matazo holder in Monaco
This change, the tenure of Valère Germain, is the only one compared to the eleven lined up on Wednesday against Troyes (0-1), in a late match.
As a reminder, Germain will then be absent for the round of 16 of the Coupe de France, Saturday January 29, in Marseille. The striker will have broken a finger in the previous days.
On the Monegasque side, the Belgian coach Philippe Clément is finally deprived of the German striker, Kevin Volland, victim of an intestinal virus, according to our colleagues from Monaco Matin. Eliot Matazo is established.