French Ligue 1 Weekend Live Streams as PSG look to increase lead in La Championnat

In an increasingly tight Ligue 1 table, each weekend of fixtures are extremely important. This includes the ten matches taking place across Saturday and Sunday with each game live streaming through Bet365’s live stream service.

There are certainly some fascinating battles between teams in France between now and the end of the season. At the top, Carlo Ancelotti’s Paris St-Germain look set to fight it out with Montpellier for the title, while anything could happen in the rest of the division.

Only six points separate 3rd and 8th, while the entire bottom half is separated by just eight points. There are plenty of teams looking over their shoulders at the bottom three, that’s for sure.

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Referring to this weekend again, the action kicks off with six games taking place at 6pm on Saturday evening. The pick of these has to be Ajaccio at home to Nice.

This is a crucial clash in the battle for survival as bottom of the table Nice attempt to get something from this game, thus dragging Ajaccio – who are currently two points above the drop zone – into further trouble.

Elsewhere on Saturday evening, league leaders PSG are expected to do the business at home to Evian Thonon Gaillar, while their title rivals Montpellier also face a winnable home game against 11th placed Brest.

Completing the 6pm kick-offs, Dijon and Valenciennes – who sit 14th and 16th respectively – fight it out for crucial points in their bid to pull away from relegation trouble, while mid-table Nancy take on 6th placed Rennes.

There is then an eye-catching contest between St Etienne and Lorient before the 8pm kick-off sees Bordeaux and Toulouse lock horns.

On Sunday, there are three matches, two of which – Caen v Auxerre and Sochaux v Lille – get underway at 4pm.

Finally, at 8pm on Sunday, Marseille and Lyon go head to head. With just a single point separating them in 4th and 5th, this could be the game of the weekend.

Strap yourselves in, this could be an epic weekend of top flight football in France.

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