Beaten in Toulouse last weekend, the Montpellier University Hospital is not spared by injuries and hopes to record comebacks against AS Monaco.
Montpellier HSC: Any good news ahead of AS Monaco?
Corrected on Sunday in Toulouse by losing 4-2 at the Stadium, the MHSC remain on three defeats in the last four Ligue 1 games. Five days before a big match against AS Monaco at La Mosson, the Héraultais could recording significant returns. Mamadou Sakho, not fit to start against Téfécé, should be able to take his place next Saturday in the Montpellier defense, just like Maxime Estève, absent at the Stadium due to a back injury. Finally, goalkeeper Jonas Omlin, injured in the adductor, is also hoped for in the goals of Montpellier HSC to repel the Monegasque assaults.
Even if nothing is sure yet, it would be real good news for Olivier Dall’Oglio who will need his typical team to compete with ASM and why not consider taking the three points in front of his public to hope to spend the week -end in the first part of the array.
Montpellier HSC: Do not doubt after the missed derby
Losing a derby is always difficult to digest. But not everything is to be thrown away, far from it. With a nice 10th place in the Ligue 1 standings, the MHSC has had a successful start to the season, but seems to have been in a little more trouble in recent weeks. However, nothing is alarming, and the Héraultais can even claim to pass the next international truce in the first part of the table.
The calendar is still full-bodied for the people of Montpellier. The next four matches will see MHSC face AS Monaco, RC Lens, OL and Stade Rennais. On paper, this may seem scary, but a good surprise cannot be ruled out from Montpellier HSC.