Auxerre will be in search of their first win in regular time since action resumed in France when they meet with Toulouse at the Stade Abbe Deschamps as the away side head into this one of the back of a very topsy-turvy few games since late December.
Things could not have been more unpredictable for Toulouse in the games since the World Cup, following on from two matches with over 5.5 goals.
This started with a 6-1 demolition away to Marseille, where Branco van den Boomen scored from the penalty spot in the second 45.
A routine 2-0 win at home to Ajaccio came next, as Rafael Rateo and Brencht Dejaegere scored in the first half. However, it was the stunning 7-1 win over Lannion that has grabbed the headlines for Toulouse, where five different goalscorers netted for the Ligue 1 side, including a double from Thijs Dallinga.
As for Auxerre, despite beating Dunkerque in the French Cup last Sunday, they did so on penalties after falling behind and coming back to lead 2-1 before an equaliser from the Championnat National side.