Le Havre – Metz: TV broadcast, live streaming, probable line-up and pre-match

Where to see the match, kick-off time, team compositions: GOAL reveals all the useful information on Le Havre-Metz.

Le Havre in good shape, Metz in doubt

These are two teams with opposite trajectories which will face each other at the end of the 13th day of Ligue 2. Le Havre (2nd with 12 points before this day) is undefeated for 10 matches while FC Metz (11th with 15 points before this day). day) have won only one of their last six matches.

Date, time and location of Le Havre-Metz

Date: Monday, October 24, 2022

City: Le Havre (France)

Stadium: Stade Océane

Kick-off time: 8:45 p.m. French time

Competition: 13th day of Ligue 2 BKT

Arbitration: Mr Gaël Angula

On which channel to watch the Le Havre-Metz match?

In France, the confrontation between Le Havre and FC Metz will be broadcast on beIN Sports 1.

Streaming to watch the Le Havre-Metz match

You will also be able to see the meeting in Streaming via the beIN Connect application.


Retained players, injured players, suspended players for Le Havre-Metz

For this meeting, Le Havre recorded the return of Gautier Lloris who returned to training this week. Yann Kitala is out of injury, as are Elysée Logbo, Steve Ngoura and Abdelwahed Wahib.

On the Messin side, Danley Jean Jacques is making his comeback after serving his suspension while Habib Maïga is suspended. Marc-Aurèle Caillards and Youssef Maziz are absent. Kiki Kouyaté and Lamine Gueye are uncertain for the trip to Le Havre.

The probable teams for the meeting Le Havre-Metz

Le Havre : Desmas – El-Hajjam, Blood, Crying (or Mbemba), Opera – Richardson, Lekhal, Kechta – Alioui, Thiaré, Cornette.

Metz : Oukidja – Kouao, Traoré, Cande, Udol – N’Doram, Jean-Jacques, N’Duquidi – Gueye, Mikautadze, Jallow (or Niane).

The main statements of players and coaches before Le Havre-Metz

Luka Elsner (Le Havre coach): “I especially want to experience a great match against Messins who are full of qualities but have not yet found their cruising speed. We must deliver a large part, we must give a collective response. The players opposite us were Ligue 1 players and are probably Ligue 1 players in terms of quality.”

Laszlo Böloni (coach of FC Metz): “All matches are important. The training week went well. Le Havre is one of the best teams I have seen in Ligue 2. It is a very well balanced team: in all sectors, there is level, experience and complementarity. They have all the elements of a good team. »