Monaco are looking to keep up the fight in Ligue 1 this weekend when they head to Stade Francis Le Blé after defeating the league leaders last weekend and beating Bayer Leverkusen in Europe on Thursday.
Prior to the World Cup, Monaco were struggling in all competitions. Now, however, they are up into third in the table and also come into this clash in Ligue 1 after a 3-2 comeback win at the BayArena. They will now be one of the favourites to win the Europa League.
As for Brest, they are in 15th right now and only above the drop zone by two points ahead of the Sunday games. They also have the same goals difference as Strasbourg in 17th and they will need to rack up a few goals over the coming weeks too.
Last time out, Brest lost 3-0 to Montpellier, which ended a three-game winning run that also seen them smash Angers 4-0 and draw with Lyon and Lens.
Monaco are still behind PSG by seven points in the table after beating them 3-1 thanks to a Wissam Ben Yedder brace