Montpellier vs Troyes: TV channel, live stream, team news and preview

It’s a trip to the Mediterranean for the Dawn outfit – here’s everything you need to know

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On 2022-23 League 1 the season kicks off this weekend as traditional high-flyers Montpellier welcome Troyes in a weekend opener at the Stade de la Mosson. Both teams struggled to achieve a mid-table finish last season, with the latter ultimately only managing to escape the relegation battle.

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Now they’ll do it all over again near the Mediterranean in their first game of the new campaign – and with four teams set to leave this team’s top tier, both will want a good start so they can make sure they don’t. end up fighting for your survival at the end of the season.

ahead of the game, OBJECTIVE has the details on how to watch on TV, stream online, team news and more.

TV channel, live stream and how to watch

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Team news and rosters

Halfway through last season, Montpellier were on the cusp of a surprise shot for the European places, only for them to fall dramatically once the new year rolled around, with just one win in their last 12 championship matches.

It has seriously dampened their momentum but former Brest boss Olivier Dall’Oglio, in what will be his second campaign at the helm, hopes their experiences last season will help them have a better sense of managing the game, allowing them to push back into the top half of the board.

Predicts Montpellier’s starting XI: Omlin; Sacko, Estève, Tchato, Sainte-Luce; Chotard, Savanier; Nordin, Khazri, Mavididi; Wow.

Returning to the top tier last season, it was expected that City Football Group-owned Troyes could retain their Ligue 1 status for another year, and it did, with them managing to keep a length ahead of serious relegation issues. for most of the campaign.

Now they will be hoping to solidify themselves as a mid-table presence – or possibly more – in the future, and a lot will depend on how strong of a start Bruno Irles – brought in mid-season – can squeeze out of his team.

Troyes planned starting XI: Gallon; Bruus, Porozo, Palmer-Brown, Salmier, Larouci; Kouame, Tardieu, Chavalerin; Ripart, Lumeka.

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