Toulouse manager Alain Casanova has warned his team to beware the fighting spirit of visitors Nancy tomorrow.
Nancy, rock-bottom in Ligue 1, are still without a permanent coach following the departure of Jean Fernandez with interim boss Patrick Gabriel, who oversaw a battling 2-2 draw at home to Lille in their last match, again in charge.
Yet, while Nancy are propping up the table with just 12 points, Casanova wants his side to guard against complacency.
He told the club's official website: ``Nancy are very poorly placed, but with the coaching change there is a new dynamic and a new mindset. They give the impression they have nothing to lose.
``Against Lille they deserved to win. They will come to us with much determination but if we want to continue our dynamic and climb the table these are games we have to win.''
Winger Franck Tabanou, 23, returns after a three-match suspension for Toulouse and admits he has been warned by Casanova not to argue with referees.
``It's up to me to do everything to help the team,'' Tabanou said. ``The coach told me that I had to learn to control my emotions, to say nothing about the refereeing and stay in my game. I have to take my responsibilities and prove myself.''
Toulouse have won just one of their last six matches and have slipped to 12th in Ligue 1 while Nancy have not won since the first week of the season when they managed a 1-0 victory against Brest.