Ligue 1 Live Streaming : Guingamp v PSG, Monaco v Marseille, Nantes v Reims as big spenders battle for title

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Monaco are considered 4/5 favourites to beat Marseille as the Ligue 1 title race hots up whilst Celtic look to overcome a tricky trip to Edinburgh and face Hibernian as they look to consolidate their place at the top of the Scottish Premiership.

Monaco’s millions have allowed them to become a major force once again in French football and they will look to continue their push with victory against fellow title rivals Marseille on Sunday evening.

Having gained promotion back to Ligue 1 this season, Monaco have wasted no time in getting back to old habits climbing up to second in the table five points off leaders PSG.

The bad news for Monaco is that they will be without Falcao for the game after the Colombian tore his hamstring last week effectively ruling him out for the rest of the season.

It means that that Emmanuel Riviere will now find himself under more pressure to find the bak of the net with the Frenchman second in the club’s scoring charts having netted 8 goals so far this campaign.

Opponents Marseille have recovered from their difficult start to the season to climb up to fifth in the table and continue chasing down the top four going into the second half of the season.

Being on the road hasn’t been the strong point for L’OM this season and they will hoping that the likes of Andre Ayew and Andre Pierre Gignac will be able to test the Monaco defence on multiple occasions at the Stade Louis II.

Alongside that, Steve Mandanda will hope to improve on his goals against record having let in 21 goals already this season – the worst figures out of any of the top 5 sides in Ligue 1.

Elsewhere in Europe, Celtic will be hoping to take one more step into securing the Scottish Premiership title on Sunday with a win against Hibernian at Easter Road.

The current champions have a 13 point lead at the top of the standings and a win would give them the chance to place one hand on the trophy already.

For the trip east, Neil Lennon is expected to hand Stefan Johansen his first start for the club as the likes of Mikael Lustig and Beram Kayal still on the injury list.

Hibernian are currently enjoying a steady campaign this season and find themselves in 7th place and will stay there no matter what happens on Sunday.

Going to Sunday’s game, Hibs will be without both Ryan McGivern and Paul Hanlon who are both injured whilst Scott Robertson is suspended for the game.

With title contenders such as Monaco and Celtic looking for wins, it means that many of Europe’s major leagues are starting to take shape as the business end of the season comes into full swing over the upcoming weeks.

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