Football – R3: Transfer to play for the Portuguese Pau, Boy de Lescar and Laribere

Football – R3: Transfer to play for the Portuguese Pau, Boy de Lescar and Laribere

After crushing Pouy de Lescar on the final day (6-1), the Portuguese from Pau hopes to achieve another strong blow on Saturday (7 pm) at the home of leaders Bazas. Undefeated since…

After crushing Pouy de Lescar on the final day (6-1), the Portuguese from Pau hopes to achieve another strong blow on Saturday (7 pm) at the home of leaders Bazas. Unbeaten since November (five wins and two draws), the Lusitanians reach the end of the season, where they will face three of the top six (Essennes, Laribière and La Prade (B)) over the last four days.

To hope to move into the R2 zone, they will have to negotiate these head-to-head matches well, starting with Bazas, whom they beat impressively in the first leg (4-0).

Essence (6H22 points) – Laribier (5H22 points), Saturday at 8 pm.

It is a duel of the underdog. Sitting fifth in the group, just five points behind Bazas, Essenne and Laribière face each other on Saturday (8pm kick-off) in the Gironde. The team has not had much success away from home since the start of 2024 (one draw and two defeats, with no goals scored in three matches), and the Berniers will be hoping to confirm their victory in the first leg (2-0) to try and bounce back. The pioneering trio.

Conversely, a defeat to Ezenes, who are unbeaten at home this season, would seriously damage their chances of promotion.

Puy de Lescar (3H25 points) – Cestas (B) (12H10 points), on Sunday at 3 p.m.

It's a pivotal weekend for Puy de Lescar. Having been beaten four times in the last seven days (all four away from home), Johan Pates' players have no room for error on Sunday (3pm) against the Red Lanterns, Cestas (B). Serious in the first leg (4-0 win) and very strong at home this season (a draw and then five straight wins), they aim to win to try to get closer to the top spot, a week before the summit duel against them. Commander Bazas.

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By picking up six new points at home, the Poyens could find themselves in the lead at the start of the final race.

Morenex wants to remain the master of the house

Avenir Morenco (8th, 17 points, 1 game in hand) – Le Bouscat (B) (3rd, 25 points), Sunday at 3 p.m.
The team is unbeaten at home this season (3 wins, then 3 draws), and Avenir Morenco wants to continue this streak on Sunday (3pm) against Reserve Buscat, who is third in the group. After wasting the opportunity to give themselves some air at the bottom of the table with their home draw against Saint-Pierre Derup (B) (1-1), Hicham Arafa's players will be hoping to reclaim the challenge against the Girondins with whom they have had difficulty for four days (two draws and two defeats).

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