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pretty and Saint Etienne meets on Wednesday in a league 1 Game. Nice is in sixth place in the current table, while Saint-Etienne is in 18th place. Both clubs have a lot at stake with Nice just one place away from UEFA qualification and Saint-Etienne just one place away from leaving the relegation zone.
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Nice won 3-0 when these sides met in September, with Amine Gouiri, Calvin Stengs and Andy Delort all scoring.
Before the game, GATE has the details of how to watch on TV, stream online, team news and more.
TV channels, live stream and how to watch guide
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Team News & Squad
With three games to go, Nice are sixth. The team have the same number of points as fifth-placed Strasbourg, but catching up five goals down would be Nice’s best chance of qualifying for the Europa Conference League, at this point overtaking Strasbourg so the team’ they have to Don’t rely on goal difference.
Nice have won their last two Ligue 1 games, both 1-0 against Troyes and Bordeaux. In fact, the team has had four straight 0-1 results, with a 1-0 league loss to Monaco and a 1-0 loss to Nantes in Saturday’s French Cup final.
Andy Delort’s 11 goals this season lead the team. Overall, Nice has a goal difference of plus 15, with 29 goals allowed they are first in Ligue 1.
Expected Nice starting XI: Barde, Dante, Todibo, Daniliuc, Kluivert, Thuram, Rosario, Boudaoui, Delorty, Dolberg; Benítez
Saint-Etienne is in a tight race to stay up. It is currently in the place of relegation games, three points clear of 19th place Metz and three points clear of 17th place Lorient. Anything can still happen for this team despite facing a tough year-end schedule with Nice, Reims and Nantes.
Les Verts have lost twice in a row, 4-1 to Monaco and then 2-0 to Rennes. The team’s last victory came on April 16, when they defeated Brest 2-1 thanks to two goals from Mahdi Camara.
Saint-Etienne has a goal difference of minus 32 this season and has conceded the second most goals in the league with 70. Wahbi Khazri leads the team with 10 goals but he will not play in this game.
Expected starting XI for Saint-Etienne: Trauco, Nade, Moukoudi, Mangala, Macon, Aouchiche, Gourna-Douath, Camara, Bouanga, Nordin; Bernardoni