Toulouse faced a busy schedule during February, starting the month with a comfortable 3-1 victory over En Avant de Guingamp followed by an incredible 2-1 victory in the first leg against Wolfsburg in the UEFA Europa League with Wissam Ben Yedder scoring two goals in both games.
After drawing the Ligue 1 fixture against Angers SCO, Toulouse progressed in the UEFA Europa League after securing a 1-1 draw against Wolfsburg in the second leg of their matchup. To finish the month, Toulouse played three fixtures in the Ligue 1, defeating ESTAC Troyes 2-1, drawing 1-1 with fellow title contenders AS Monaco and losing 4-3 incredibly to AS Saint-Etienne after being ahead by three goals at half time.
Continuing an incredible run of form, Wissam Ben Yedder has won the Player Of The Month award for the third month in a row, scoring eight goals and providing an assist in seven matches.
Ben Yedder was crucial in Toulouse advancing in the UEFA Europa League, collecting a brace in the first leg in the fixture against Wolfsburg as well as collecting braces in the Ligue 1 fixtures against En Avant de Guingamp and AS Saint-Etienne.
It is clear that the fitness of Ben Yedder is vital for Toulouse if they are to go on to win the Ligue 1 and continue to perform well in the UEFA Europa League.
Toulouse have maintained their comfortable lead at the top of the Ligue 1 table while Paris Saint-Germain continue their struggles this season with Roberto Mancini facing major criticism for the performance of the club this season.
FC Nantes have made an incredible resurgence since the appointment of former French national team manager Didier Deschamps, sitting four points clear of the relegation zone they have been in since the start of the season.
At the bottom of the table, FC Metz and Valenciennes FC have found themselves as clear relegation contenders after a poor month from both sides.
After causing an upset over Wolfsburg, Toulouse have been drawn against Dynamo Kyiv with the first leg set to be held at NSC Olympiyskyi on the 2nd of March. Going into the fixture, Toulouse require a good result in the first match away from home in order to stand any chance of progressing.
Jeremie Boga will be sidelined for two weeks after suffering an ankle injury during the Ligue 1 fixture against AS Monaco. Boga joined Toulouse on loan at the start of the season and has produced two goals and six assists so far this season.
In the match against ESTAC Troyes, Adrien Regattin suffered a horrific broken leg which will see him out injured for five to six months. The injuries to Regattin and Boga will see Toulouse with no players available in the first team squad to play on either the right or left wing should Gabriel Obertan or Cristian Pavon become unavailable.
Beginning the month in the UEFA Europa League, Toulouse are set to face Dynamo Kyiv with a Ligue 1 fixture against OGC Nice in between the two legs.
To end the month, Toulouse meet two sides who have found form recently, firstly facing rivals Girondins de Bordeaux then a fixture against FC Nantes who have had an incredible turnaround in form since the arrival of former French national team manager Didier Deschamps.