With the draw made on Sunday, the posters for the last four of the Coupe de France are now known.

Defending Paris Saint-Germain will travel to Montpellier in the semi-final.

Le Petit Poucet Rumilly-Vallières (National 2) will host Monaco.

The semi-finals are scheduled for May 12, according to the Federation, which initially mentioned the programming of a meeting on May 11.

But this date seemed incompatible with the 36th day of Ligue 1, where Monaco and Paris have a meeting to play on Sunday, May 9.

The final is scheduled for May 19 at the Stade de France.

PSG hope to improve their record

Still in contention for a Cup-Championship-Champions League treble, the Parisians have inherited a third Ligue 1 team in a row, after Brest (3-0), Lille (3-0) and Angers, stricken Wednesday in quarter final (5-0). PSG have still not conceded a single goal in this competition in four games, and are aiming for a 14th title, which would further improve their record in the historic event of French football.

The other semi-final will oppose Monaco, the in-form team of the year 2021, to the great surprise of this edition: Rumilly-Vallières, an amateur club which offered itself on April 20 a notable from Ligue 2, Toulouse.

The Haut-Savoyards, fourth representatives of the 4th division to reach the semi-finals for twenty years, will have the honor of welcoming the Monegasques to dream of an improbable place in the final.

ASM will arrive with full confidence, after eliminating Lyon in the quarter-final on Wednesday (2-0).


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