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Who wins Ligue II 2020/2021?

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Who will win the 2020/21 Ligue 2 title?

The 2019/20 Ligue 2 season saw Lorient and Lens promoted to Ligue 1 and the following season will welcome Amiens and Toulouse following their relegation from the French top flight. Both leagues were cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic which made the relegation and promotion situation very controversial. Both Amiens and Toulouse have appealed their relegations, however, it looks like they will be unsuccessful.

Amiens finished 19th in the 2019/20 Ligue 1 season and were 1 of 2 teams relegated to the Ligue 2. They’ll believe they can bounce back up next season with their talented squad which includes Saman Ghoddos, Christophe Jallet and talented youngster Jack Lahne. Manager Luka Elsner looks set to lead the club in Ligue 2 and will believe the club are one of the favourites to win the title.

Toulouse were the other Ligue 1 team to be relegated with 3 wins from 28 games which led them to a 20th place finish. They had problems with managers as neither Antoine Kombouaré nor Alain Casanova spent very long in the job with Denis Zanko being appointed in January. If Toulouse can keep hold of their star players such as Ruben Gabrielsen, Max Gradel and Mathieu Dossevi, they’ll be in a great place to regain their Ligue 1 status.

AC Ajaccio finished in third place of Ligue 2 in the 2019/20 season only 1 point behind a promotion place. In a normal season, a third place finish would award the side with a spot in the semi-final of the promotion playoffs, however due to the coronavirus pandemic, there will not be a promotion playoff this season. The club have talented young players such as Matteo Tramoni, Qazim Laçi and Gédéon Kalulu who will all grow with the club and will come back stronger next season.

Fourth and fifth placed Troyes and Clermont would usually get a spot in the quarterfinals of the promotion playoffs due to their league finish, however, one will not take place this season. Next season, these two sides will believe they can push for the title after the controversial ending to the 2019/20 campaign.