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Stade aim to maintain Italian sequence

Thursday 21st November 2019

2:41 pm (GMT)

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Stade aim to maintain Italian sequence

Julien Delbouis in Challenge Cup action for Stade Francais Paris

Stade Francais Paris will bid to stretch their winning run against Italian opponents in European competition to 19 matches in Saturday’s Pool 4 Challenge Cup contest at Zebre Rugby Club.

This will be the first time the clubs have met in either the European or Challenge Cups.

Key facts

  • Zebre have a 50 per cent success rate in home Challenge Cup matches.
  • Stade have lost their last four away games in the competition, their worst such run.
  • Zebre made the most passes (197) and offloads (16) of any team in Round 1 in their 59-21 loss at Bristol Bears.

 

 

 

 

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Stade Francais get past Zebre in close encounter

Saturday 23rd November 2019

5:38 pm (GMT)

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Nicolas Sanchez of Stade Francais

Stade Francais Paris edged a finely-balanced match against Zebre Rugby Club in Pool 4 of the Challenge Cup, winning 12-13.

The crowd at Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi saw Stade on the front foot from the off, with Gael Fickou crossing the line after just three minutes and Nicolas Sanchez adding the conversion.

It was the boot of Sanchez that ultimately proved decisive as he added two penalties in the space of six minutes towards the end of the first half to stretch Stade’s lead.

Zebre had put themselves within touching distance at half-time after a try from Charlie Walker, but a missed conversion from Carlo Canna meant they were always behind.

A late penalty try awarded to Zebre closed the gap further, but Stade clung on for the final seven minutes for the win, stretching their winning run against Italian opponents in European competition to 19 matches.

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