|Lorient:||Anthony Racioppi, Sacha Boey, Bruno Ecuele, Senou Coulibaly, Ngonda Muzinga, Frederic Sammaritano, Didier Ndong, Pape Diop, Eric Ebimbe, Moussa Konate and Mama Balde|
|Dijon FCO:||Matthieu Dreyer, Trevoh Chalobah, Jeremy Morel, Andrew Gravillon, Yoann Etienne, Fabien Lemoine, Thomas Monconduit, Quentin Boisgard, Yoane Wissa, Terem Moffi and Jonathan Delaplace|
|Stadium:||the Stade Yves Allainmat-Le Moustoir|
|Goals:||Trevoh Chalobah (1-0, min. 30), Bruno Ecuele (1-1, min. 39), Mama Balde (1-2, min. 42), Terem Moffi (2-2, min. 58) and Anthony Racioppi (3-2, min. 90)|
Lorient’s 3-2 win over Dijon on Wednesday, was hard fought at the Stade Yves Allainmat-Le Moustoir. Lorient were looking to get back winning ways, following a previous defeat to FC Girondins de Bordeaux whilst Dijon FCO secured a point against RC Strasbourg in their previous match. After today’s result, both teams are on 15 points and occupy 18th and 18th places respectively after 20 matches.
Lorient started the game well, following a goal from Trevoh Chalobah, 30 minutes in. However, their lead was short lived with equalizer from a goal from Bruno Ecuele in the 39th minute brought Dijon FCO level. Later, Dijon FCO scored again and turned the match thanks to a goal from Mama Balde in the 42nd minute just before half-time, which saw the first half end 2-1.
Lorient continued to apply pressure the second half and were rewarded, beginning with a goal from Terem Moffi in the 58th minute. Later, Lorient scored again and reestablished their lead thanks to a calamitous own goal from Anthony Racioppi in the 90th minute just before the final whistle. The game ended with a 3-2 victory for Lorient.
For Lorient Laurent Abergel, Enzo Le Fee and Pierre-Yves Hamel came on for Thomas Monconduit, Fabien Lemoine and Quentin Boisgard, while Dijon brought on Bersant Celina, Roger Assale, Wesley Lautoa and Mihai Dobre to replace Eric Ebimbe, Frederic Sammaritano, Pape Diop and Mama Balde.
There were bookings for Yoann Etienne and Trevoh Chalobah from Lorient and Mama Balde, Moussa Konate and Didier Ndong for Dijon.