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Grenoble will be looking to win their fourth straight match against Agen in European rugby on Friday when they clash at Stade Armandie.
- Agen have lost their last four home games against TOP 14 opposition after winning nine of 10 previous matches at Stade Armandie.
- Grenoble have lost their last five away games, scoring an average of nine points per game and conceding an average of 50.
- Grenoble have conceded just 19 free-kicks/penalties to date, the fewest of any side after three rounds.
- Agen are the only side to have failed to score a try inside the opening 20 minutes of a game after three rounds.
Mise en place pluvieuse, mise en place……? 🤔🏉#SUAFCG #J4ERCC pic.twitter.com/RwdrlvMizG
— SUA LG (@agen_rugby) December 13, 2018
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Agen sneaked past Grenoble to pick up a crucial Challenge Cup Pool 5 victory on Friday night.
Agen took an early lead through Leo Berdeu, who was able to slot a simple penalty kick in the first five minutes.
The lead lasted 15 minutes, until Alexandre Dardet dived over the game’s sole try of the first half, which Mattheiu Ugalde converted.
The half ended as it started, with Berdeu popping over a kickable penalty to narrow the gap at the interval.
Ugalde extended the advantage with a penalty kick on 51 minutes, before the crucial try gave Agen victory.
It was Rokoduru who was able to dive over the try line, and although the conversion was not made, a late penalty kick from Berdeu secured success.
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