There’s a crunch tie in Le Championnat this weekend with Montpellier v Paris St Germain (PSG), Marseille v Nice, Sochaux v Lyon, Lorient v Bordeaux as fans can watch the action with Bet365’s live stream service.
It is time for some for Ligue 1 action this weekend and after the results last time out, the games mean so much at the top and bottom of this division.
As always, there is one game on Friday evening and it sees Rennes travel to Nancy and it is the home side that are desperate for the win as they are five points from safety at the bottom of the table.
There is then one match on Saturday afternoon as Lille will be looking to continue their four game unbeaten run in the league with all three points at home to Brest, who have just one victory in their last five encounters.
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Moving into Saturday evening, Toulouse, who sit in fourth place take on Ajaccio, who sit just above the bottom three at the moment.
Two sides in no sort of form also meet on Saturday as Evian make the journey to Reims, whilst Bastia host Valenciennes in what should be a good battle.
The final game on of the evening sees a Saint-Etienne and Troyes lock horns in a game which lis between two teams at different ends of the table after ten games. A home win will be expected in this one.
Sunday sees the big teams in the league in action and Marseille can move to the top of the table in the early kick-off when they host Nice. Despite winning just one game in four, Marseille are in a very strong position at the moment.
Lyon will look to either close the gap, or move ahead of Marseille when they travel to Sochaux, who moved out of the bottom three with a win on Wednesday evening, so should have some confidence for this difficult match.
Out of form Lorient play Bordeaux as well on Sunday and the host’s are looking for their first win in five.
Rounding off the action this weekend are the current champions Montpellier and league-leaders Paris Saint Germain in what should be an enthralling 90 minutes.
PSG suffered their first defeat in Ligue 1 last time out, going down 2-1 at home to St-Etienne so the pressure is on them to take some points, as Carlo Ancelotti’s side look to consolidate at the top of the table.
They looked to be back on track after a 4-0 thrashing of Dinamo Zagreb in the Champions League midweek, but will have to do without lynchpin Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who is suspended after being sent off last week.
The same cannot be said of Montpellier, who are also looking for a win to move up the table after a very poor start in the French top flight.
René Girard’s side were also knocked out of the Champions League midweek, going down 3-1 to Olympiacos, as the current Champions look to improve on their disappointing start to their Ligue 1 campaign, currently sitting in 14th place.
It should be a fitting end to another superb weekend in Ligue 1.