St Etienne coach Laurent Roussey has a defensive hole to fill as his team prepares to face Caen at the Stade Geoffroy Guichard on Saturday.

His first-choice central defensive pairing of Nivaldo and Efstathios Tavlaridis are absent through suspension, but Roussey is remaining tight-lipped as to who will step into the breach for Les Verts.

Roussey told club website www.asse.fr: "I don´t want to say publicly who will play. What is sure is that it will be two players who do not usually play in that position."

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