Competition: Ligue 1 Date: Saturday 5th November 2016 Venue: Stade Louis II Kick-Off: 16:00 GMT
Monaco could name a largely unchanged side to the team that won 3-0 against CSKA Moscow in midweek, which could see Radamel Falcao start for the third time in seven days.
Nabil Dirar and Almamy Traore are sidelined through injury, whilst Kamil Glik is suspended.
Nancy will not be allowed to feature loanee Youssef Aït Bennasser against his parent club but have no definite injury absentees to worry about.
Monaco’s comfortable victory in the Champions League this week has put the side full of confidence and on the verge of sealing their spot in the next round. Now they’ll be looking to close the gap on leaders OGC Nice in Ligue 1, having slipped six points behind after last week’s draw with St Etienne.
Nancy finally won in front of their own fans last weekend and will be boosted in confidence via back-to-back victories over Caen. A trip to Monaco is unlikely to yield anything positive for the visitors though, who have won just two games all season.
Within touching distance from safety, it’s unlikely they’ll rise out of the relegation zone this week and Monaco can expect another win.
Subasic, Sidibe, Raggi, Jemerson, Mendy, Silva, Fabinho, Bakayoko, Lemar, Falcao, Mbappe-Lotin
Assembe, Cetout, Chretien, Lenglet, Badila, Pedretti, Diarra, Marchetti, Dia, Mandanne, Puyo
Monaco have won 7 of their last 8 home matches in Ligue 1.