Ligue 2: How Toulouse can get my ticket to Ligue 1 on Tuesday

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Ligue 2 leader Toulouse after 33 days has an opportunity to validate his rise to the elite on Tuesday. For that, it would be necessary to beat Souchaux already and also expect setbacks from Auxerre and Paris FC.

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With the hope of validating his ticket to rise to the elite class, leader Toulouse travels to Sochaux on Tuesday (8 pm) for the shock of the 34th day of Ligue 2. This is the first match point for Téfécé: in the event of a win at Sochaux (5th), the Violets could mathematically secure promotion to Ligue 1 … if the results of the other two matches are smiling at them.

This would require that Auxerre, third, does not win against Dijon in the Burgundy derby, and that Paris FC, fourth, does not win against Caen. A scenario still quite unlikely, but Toulouse has an eleven-point lead over Auxerrois, enough to validate the climb before the end of the season, whatever happens.

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Toulouse return to Ligue 1 on Tuesday if:

-Toulouse wins in Sochoux

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And

-Auxerre doesn’t win against Dijon

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And

-Paris FC did not beat Cain

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On Tuesday, TFC will still be at the mining ground at the Bonal Stadium where FC Souchaux, another candidate for the rise, dreams of offering the leader’s skull to confirm his ambitions. The poster promises between two teams that are surfing on a similarly positive dynamic, both undefeated for five days: five victories for the leader; Four wins and one draw for FCSM.

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Since their loss at Cannes (4-1), the Violets have scored 16 goals in the wake of their brilliant trigger, Rhys Healy, the championship’s top scorer (20 goals). But to ward off their opponents, Philippe Montanier’s men (72 points) will have to pull out all the stops against a Sochaux team (5th, 60 points) that has built its recent successes around an iron defense. (Only five goals conceded during his last five games).

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Still in the fight for runners-up, only AC Ajaccio (2nd, 64 points) at the François Coty stadium who faces Dunkirk appears to be able to prevent the leader from winning the L2 championship title, but the Corsican always stays a little longer.

In a duel of frustrated Ambitious, Amiens (10th) would receive Le Havre (sixth) at La Licorne, while the poorly ranked Rodez (18th) and Nancy (20th) would receive a match of fear, at the end of which Lorraine was officially removed. can go.

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