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the program for the takeover of Stade Brestois, Stade Rennais and FC Lorient

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While the World Cup is in full swing in Qatar, Ligue 1 clubs are returning to the field this week. Focus on the preparation program of Stade Rennais, FC Lorient and Stade Brestois.

After two weeks of well-deserved holidays, the Ligue 1 teams are back to work. If the Merlus and the Ty-Zefs resume training on Monday, the Rouge et Noir will be able to enjoy two more days of rest, since they will be back at La Piverdière this Wednesday. The Breton formations will however have to be on the attack for the recovery, because they will chain 23 league games during the second part of the season. Something to scare all sportsmen if we add the Coupe de France and European competition matches.

Direction Portugal for Stade Rennais

The preparation promises to be very special for the Bretilliens. Bruno Génésio will indeed have to do without seven players present in Qatar with their national team. Among the Rennes starters, we can mention Lovro Majer, Steve Mandanda, Arthur Theate and Joe Rodon. And to best prepare for the rest of the season, Benjamin Bourigeaud’s teammates will take off on December 9 in the direction of Faro, a city in southern Portugal.

With a more pleasant climate than that of Brittany, they will be able to work physically in the best conditions. The SRFC will notably face Celtic Glasgow (December 10) and Feyenoord Rotterdam (December 16) before returning to France. Once at home, the winners of the Coupe de France 2019 will complete their fitness with a match against Angers (December 21).

FC Lorient and Stade Brestois will travel to Girona

For his part, Régis Le Bris will only do without Montassar Talbi. The Tunisian central defender will also face the France team on Wednesday. The Morbihannais have chosen Girona to perfect their physique. Arrived in Catalonia, they will play against Osasuna (December 10) and will return to Lorient. Les Merlus will then challenge Guingamp (December 16) and Nantes (December 21).

Finally, Stade Brestois, which had a complicated start to the season, will have to do without Achraf Dari during its preparation. Still waiting for a new coach, the Ty-Zefs will also take the direction of Girona. They will initially be opposed to Osasuna (December 13) then to Girona FC (December 17).

The next meetings of our Breton clubs

D16: Stade de Reims — Stade Rennais (December 29 at 7 p.m.)
D17: Stade Rennais — OGC Nice (January 2 at 9 p.m.)
D18: Clermont Foot – Stade Rennais (January 11)
D19: Stade Rennais — Paris Saint-Germain (January 15)
D20: FC Lorient – ​​Stade Rennais (January 29)

D16: FC Lorient — Montpellier (December 29 at 5 p.m.)
D17: SCO Angers – FC Lorient (January 1 at 3 p.m.)
D18: FC Lorient v AS Monaco (January 11)
D19: Olympique de Marseille — FC Lorient (January 15)
D20: FC Lorient – ​​Stade Rennais (January 29)

D16: Stade Brestois — Olympiques Lyonnais (December 28 at 9 p.m.)
D17: AS Monaco — Stade Brestois (January 1 at 3 p.m.)
D18: Stade Brestois — Lille (January 11)
D19: Toulouse – Stade Brestois (January 15)
D20: Stade Brestois — SCO Angers (January 29)

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