Runaway Ligue 2 leaders Bastia look to bounce back from their first defeat since January when they host Chateauroux on Monday evening.
That 2-0 defeat to Sedan was only a minor setback for Frederic Hantz's side who still lead nearest rivals Reims by eight points, with just six games remaining in the league campaign.
Bastia are bidding to go unbeaten through two consecutive seasons at home. The Corsican's Stade Furiani form saw them promoted as champions from France's third tier last season and to achieve a similar feat this campaign would be an amazing achievement.
And that looks a real possibility with just three home fixtures remaining for the promotion hopefuls.
Chateauroux meanwhile, are languishing in mid-table and have little to play for this evening. They come into the match on the back of two successive defeats and are unlikely to unduly trouble their hosts on recent form.
Right-back Jordan Fauque and attacking midfielder Thibault Moulin return from suspension for the visitors.
Jerome Rothen is an injury doubt for the Bastia however.