Metz Canonniers ready to clash with La Charité?

Metz Canonniers intend to continue their winning streak to stay in the top tier of the championship. After two short successes, the Anthony Tomba players must do better in the game. They travel this Saturday to Charité to play a game that could turn out to be a trap.

Despite a good start to the season and two wins in three games, Metz Canonniers must be wary of La Charité. Ninth in the group with a single win, the men from Fire Arnaud are vindictive after a turbulent last season. Metz Canonniers, fifth, must launch a series of successes outside their bases.

Charity wants to delete her last season

The Nivernaise team had a very complicated exercise in 2021-2022 by being relegated to National 3 (12th with 36 points). However, the American Charité players were appointed due to the financial liquidation of ASGE (Epinal), relegated from N1 to N2 and then to R1. Nivernais tries to erase the stigma of the past at the start of the season. Defeat at Holtzheim (70-62), the American’s teammates jackson will then win at home against Furdenheim (78-70) before falling back onto the floor Tremblay-in-France last Saturday (76-69).

Players to follow

Alexander Karolak

The workforce profile is interesting. Youth and experience build a serious group. The spotlights are on on the American back Andrew jackson author of 19.7 points average at the start of the season. The latter developed into NCAA with the Aggies off North Carolina A&T. on the wing, Dimitri Dimitrov, the former Beaujolais Basket is in good form averaging 17 points. The duo brings a lot in attack. In fact, the pair score more than 50% of Charity points this season.

On the Messin side, Etienne Ory will be a still on the sidelines, affected by pubalgia. Metz Canonniers take their second trip of the season with nine. Last week, Loic Akono had done the show with 23 points. We also expect the emergence of the talented Bowed. Uninspired to score against Cambrai, Mathis Bouvret had limited himself to the role of ferryman. No address last weekend, Alexander Karolak will be keen to target his opposition with Andrew Jackson.

La Charité – Metz Canonniers, this Saturday at 20.00 at Salle Georges Picq, on behalf of the fourth day of the National 2.

Photo credit: Matthieu Henkinet/LGM

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