Versailles travels to Concarneau in the derby match of the 6th round of National. This is an opportunity to shine the spotlight on a club that has put the dishes in the big picture for its return to National after 34 years. They are like a „Qatari“ team in this division, because the budget since April 2021 has gone from 350.000 euros to 3.500.000 million euros, due to heavy investments in the team. Their ambitions in this season are to be in top 3 teams on the standings, and signed super quality players like Dutch international Jeremain Lens (Besiktas), goalkeeper Renot (Troyes), Damour (Hearts), Leborgne (Rodez), Jaques (Bourg en Bresse), Armand (Pau), Gibaud (Le Havre), Waly Diouf (Jihlava), and many others. Their home matches are played at Jean-Bouin, the usual lair of rugby players from the Stade Français, and are really strong at home, winning against Martigues (2:1), Bourg en Bresse (2:0), and Dunkerque (2:0), while away from home they lost against Le Puy-en-Velay (2:0) and took a point in Orleans (1:1). Their latest’s reinforcement experienced midfielder Fabien Lemoine who comes from Lorient is not yet qualified, and will be available for the next home match against Nancy. Concarneau coach Stéphane Le Mignan will have to deal with two absences Guillaume Jannez and Tom Lebeau who is suspended. They have two defeats, both at home against mediocre Nancy (1:2 where the guests have a red card from the 36th minute) and Orleans (0:3), which was awarded. Beside the superiority at home, Versailles must score a lot of points away from home, if they want to stay in the race for promotion, and expect to give a strong resistance and stay at least undefeated.