Toulouse claimed consecutive Ligue 1 victories to begin the month, defeating US Orleans and Olympique Marseille before eliminating FC Nantes from the French Cup and advancing to the final. In the final match of the month, a 2-1 loss to Stade de Reims proved the end of the Ligue 1 title aspirations of Toulouse.
Continuing his unbelievable form, Oscar Trejo has been named the Player of the Month for Toulouse for the third month in a row. In a team full of individuals who continue to perform to a very high standard, Trejo remains above them all this season.
After his incredible performances, Trejo is expected to win the Player of the Season award for Toulouse for the third year in a row with William Matheus expected to be his only competition for the award.
Paris Saint-Germain have claimed their seventh Ligue 1 title after defeating Dijon FCO in the final fixture of the month. This sees Toulouse unable to move up or down the Ligue 1 table with two fixtures remaining, sealing second place in the competition.
The remaining places in the European competitions will be decided in the final fixtures of the competition with Olympique Lyonnais, Olympique Marseille and AS Monaco all capable of finishing as high as third or as low as fifth.
US Orleans will be playing in Ligue 2 next season with FC Metz favourites to join them although En Avant de Guingamp still a mathematical possibility to go down instead.
Toulouse have advanced to the final of the French Cup after a 1-0 victory over FC Nantes in extra time. They are set to face FC Lorient in the final which will be played on the 19th of May at Stade de France.
Wissam Ben Yedder
Suffering a twisted ankle during a 2-1 victory over Olympique Marseille, Wissam Ben Yedder missed the rest of the month through injury. Ben Yedder is more than likely to be available for the first fixture of the month for Toulouse against LOSC Lille.
After injuring his back during a training session, Dimitri Foulquier is expected to be out for one to two weeks. Foulquier may not play another Ligue 1 fixture for the remainder of the season but is expected to be fit for the French Cup Final against FC Lorient.
In the final two fixtures of the Ligue 1 season, Toulouse are expected to rest a large number of first team players for the French Cup final with the club unable to move either up or down on the Ligue 1 table.
Their first fixture will see them face LOSC Lille before meeting rivals Montpellier HSC at Stadium Municipal to end the season.