Its another busy week in France, as Ligue 1 fans can watch all the action with Paddy Power and their live stream service, which features Marseille v PSG (Paris St Germain) as the highlight of the weekend.
All in all its a superb weekend of action in Ligue 1 is in store with fixtures taking place from Friday through until Sunday.
Kicking-off the action in the French top flight is the only match of Friday evening and it sees Saint-Étienne host Nancy.
The home side sit comfortably in mid-table and know that a win would move them into the top eight, piling the pressure teams around them. Nancy have lost five in a row and sit just one point off the bottom, so need to pull something out of the bag here.
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Moving onto Saturday’s games, champions Montpellier are involved in the early kick-off as they take on Evian. Montpellier have struggled so far this campaign and need to put a good run together if they are to make a challenge to retain their title.
Evian are desperate for the points as well though as they currently occupy a spot in the bottom three.
Two teams hovering just above the bottom three meet on Saturday evening as Sochaux host Rennes is what is sure to be a good battle.
Lille, who have been in Champions League action this week are at home to Ajaccio, whilst another game that looks to be a relegation six-pointer takes place as bottom of the table Troyes head to Bastia.
Toulouse and Valenciennes sit in the top half at the moment and they meet on Saturday as well, with the final game that evening being between Reims and Nice.
Sunday is where the action really steps up a gear though, with three fantastic fixtures on show.
The lunchtime game is between mid-table Brest and unbeaten Bordeaux, where a victory for the latter would send them into second place.
The team currently in fourth Lorient host Lyon, who sit in third, in what has the makings of being a cracker. Both teams will be going all out for the victory having not won in two matches.
It is then over to the biggest game of the weekend to round of the Ligue 1 action as table-toppers Marseille are at home to Paris Saint Germain, who are in second.
With the players that PSG have brought in over the summer, the title is a must for them and they will head to the top with a victory at Marseille, who tasted defeat for the first time in the top flight last weekend.
It should be a superb match and a fitting fantastic way to finish off another great weekend of fixtures in entertaining league.