before Paris FC-Dijon, “we have three fantastic games to play” (Patrice Garande)

This is the last match of the 32nd day of Ligue 2. The Dijonnais, 12eme in the standings and almost guaranteed to stay the same next season, play Paris FC, one of the contenders for the rise in Ligue 1. The pressure will also be on the shoulders of the Parisians who, after Saturday’s results, went down 5eme place. This is to say if the Parisians need a victory to replace themselves with a view to direct accession to Ligue 1.

“We have the level of Paris FC, Ajaccio and Auxerre, but not all the time” – Patrice Garande

For Dijon, it is a question of continuing on a good series of five matches without defeat (3 wins and 2 draws). The objective of finishing in 6th place is displayed. “We have three fantastic games to play,” warn Patrice Garande, the Dijon coach. Because after Paris, the DFCO will welcome Ajaccio (April 16) before moving to neighboring Icaunais Auxerre (April 19) in a very enticing derby. “We are in a mini-championship,” adds the Dijon technician. “If you ask me, if we have the level of these teams, I say yes, but not all the time.”

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  • For this match, the DFCO will be without Lucas Deaux and Alex Dobré, both injured. Paris FC-Dijon, kick-off at 8:45 p.m. A match to follow on France Bleu Bourgogne from 8:30 p.m. with comments from Alexandre Lepère.