PREVIEW: MONACO - NANTES
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BRANDON WIGGINS - Friday, April 4, 2014
Alejandro Bedoya and FC Nantes have a tough matchup this weekend when they head on the road to face AS Monaco.

Nantes has been in decent form in their past four matches, getting three draws and one win.

Bedoya has been used in three of those matches, playing the majority of the time in two of them.

That's good for Bedoya as he needs to keep seeing the field and stay as sharp as possible given he will likely head into the 30-man World Cup training camp fighting for a roster spot. One concern for Bedoya is that he has two yellow cards in Ligue 1 play this season.

Monaco will be a tough outing for Bedoya and company, even without star striker Radamel Falcao, as they currently sit in second place in Ligue 1.

Nantes, on the other hand, is in 14th place, eight points ahead of Valenciennes in the relegation zone.

Nantes is attempting to recover from a terrible start to 2014 that saw the club drop from being in contention for a spot in the Europa League to the bottom half of the Ligue 1 table.
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