Before receiving Juventus at La Beaujoire next week, Nantes travel to Turin on behalf of the Europa League play-offs. A prestigious meeting against the Bianconeri who are doing better now. After having experienced a delicate end to January marked by a draw against Atalanta (3-3) and a defeat against Monza (0-2), Massimiliano Allegri’s players resumed their march forward, notably with three victories, over Lazio (1-0) in the Coppa and against Salernitana (3-0) and Fiorentina (1-0) in the league.
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For its part, Nantes also has good results. The Canaries remain on two victories in a row in Ligue 1 against Ajaccio (2-0) and Lorient (1-0). Unfortunately, bad news darkens the Nantes sky. Ignatius Ganago is in mourning after losing his 5-year-old daughter to illness. The 23-year-old striker left for Cameroon in a hurry and will therefore be absent on Thursday for the first leg of the Europa League play-offs.