Lyon players Memphis Depay and Jeff Reine-Adelaide, both of whom had been forced to skip since December owing to long-term knee injuries suffered in a clash with Rennes, are now ready to return.
The Netherlands International, whose contract is up in the summer of 2021, has scored nine times in 13 Ligue 1 matches, plus five in the Champions League.
The Lyon squad resumed training on Monday, with the Champions League hopefuls at ease since mid-March due to the coronavirus crisis.
With respect to this fixture, the Rhone side was strengthened by the presence of these two key players. The attackers were two of Lyon’s most outstanding players this season.
Meanwhile, the French transfer window opened on Monday, allowing deals between domestic clubs in an attempt to ease the financial fears of all parties under pressures faced by a lack of action in the last three months.