|Christopher Young was the top rebounder for Okapi Aalstar in the last EuroChallenge season|
The two sides met just ten days before Tuesday's clash, albeit in Aalst, and Mons-Hainaut rode out 82-78 winners with Jonathan Wallace scoring 21 points on 5-of-6 shots from three-point range.
BC Timisoara beat fellow EuroChallenge side Pitesti 82-76 at home on Saturday to improve to 4-3 in the Romanian LNB.
On Tuesday they play host to Lami-Véd Körmend who have had a lacklustre start in the Hungarian league with just two victories in six games.
Two teams that are looking to put unfortunate weekend results behind them as fast as possible meet in the other game of the group one hour later.
The Hungarians succumbed to a painful fifth loss in the Adriatic League, 101-73 to Red Star in Belgrade.
Nancy are bottom of the standings in their domestic league with just one win in five games.
The exact opposite applies to Gravelines-Dunkerque, who defeated Le Havre 75-66 on Saturday to join Le Mans at the summit of the French Pro A.
Dunkerque are playing host to Tsmoki Minsk, the reigning Belarusian champions who are participating in the EuroChallenge for the fourth consecutive year.
|Chris Ensminger and the Telekom Baskets Bonn have boosted their confidence with a big win at the weekend|
Port of Antwerp Giants have had a troubling start to their domestic season with three losses in five games, the latest a 74-61 home defeat to Telenet Oostende on Saturday.
They are hosting a Telekom Baskets Bonn side who have had a major morale injection over the weekend, following a triumphant 90-57 victory over EWE Baskets Oldenburg in the German BEKO Bundesliga.
The Georgian champions have only seen action twice so far in their national league and won both games.
The Israeli side on the other hand have had a very good start to their domestic campaign winning four of their first five games to go top of the standings.