by Editorial Pontivy
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Change of programs! Three weeks before the final match of the champions, and the victory against December 16, 2023, it is (already) the resumption for the Guard Saint Ivy Pontivy. She faces, this Saturday January 6, 2024, the OC valvesin a Morbihan derby… on the synthetic Toulboubou.
History that the Pontivy club is not taking any risks, following the report of the meeting on November 4, 2023.
Which will win the three between GSI Pontivy and Vannes OC?
The two teams have already faced each other twice this season: victory for Vannes OC (1-0) in a friendly, and qualification of GSI for the seventh round of the Coupe de France at the end of the penalty shootout, at the end of October 2023 Who will win the third round? It is quite likely that it will be like the first two confrontations: balanced, indecisive, under the sign of the game between two playful teams.
An ancient spirit present?
Philippe Pinson’s team will however be able to rely on the good performance in the Coupe de France, especially since three important players were absent during this meeting: Béni N’Sango, Maxime David and Aïmen Laraba.
The Vannes opponent will be able to count on the reinforcement of the former Pontivyen Vincent Morhan (2019-2023), who left for Saint-Nazaire last summer upon his departure from GSI Pontivy. Provided that he can play this late match.
Our month of January 2024 is important
Facing Vannes this Saturday, the Vert et Blanc will begin a busy month of January 2024, with three receptions (Milizac on the 20th, Vitré on the 27th), and a short trip to Locminé on the 13th for another Morbihan derby. Even if the championship is not yet halfway through, this first month of the year could be important, depending on the results, in order to stay in the top places of the ranking.
The main draw is super tight, Stade Rennais B, Milizac, Saint-Co, GSI and Vitré are tenants in a small pocket, in a small point. This period characterizes the GSI season, which is seen initially and good maintenance, allows us to see to what extent it could revise its ambitions upwards.
Saturday January 6, at 6 p.m., in Toulboubou. Refreshment bar on site.
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