DIRECT. Ligue 1: OM, Rennes, Bordeaux, Saint-Etienne… Challenges at all levels! Classification

DIRECT. Ligue 1: OM, Rennes, Bordeaux, Saint-Etienne... Des enjeux à tous les étages! Le classement League 1. New day of championship this weekend with many challenges for the race for Europe, but also the maintenance. Program and classification.

The essentials

After a European week, place at the end of the French Ligue 1 championship. This weekend, the stakes are much the same compared to the last day with a race for the revived Champions League between Marseille, Rennes and Monaco, only separated by 3 points or still the fight for maintenance between Lorient, Clermont, Saint-Etienne, Bordeaux. Live with us the entire 28e day in multiplex on our page.

Calendar of the 36th day of Ligue 1


17: 30 – Lille – Monaco, the figures for the match

AS Monaco is an opponent who has been doing well for Lille in recent times. LOSC are unbeaten in their last 3 Ligue 1 matches against AS Monaco (1 win, 2 draws), The last time Les Dogues had a longer unbeaten streak against Monegasques in L1 dates back to February -november 2010 (6 – 5 wins, 1 draw). It should also be noted that only Paris Saint-Germain (0) have lost fewer Ligue 1 home matches than LOSC (3) this season. It will however be necessary to be wary of the club of the Rock which remains on an exceptional series of 7 victories in as many meetings is the best current series of the 5 major championships.

13: 45 – Tchouameni: ” We have raised our level of play”

In the pre-match press conference, Aurélien Tchouameni returned to the revival of Monegasques who remain on a series of 7 consecutive victories in Ligue 1: “We feel better and better, we have gained confidence thanks to our great performances. For several weeks, we have been showing good things, we have all raised our level of play, we are more focused and some small details work in our favour.We are also much calmer during matches and we manage certain phases of the game better and better. physically, we feel superior to many teams, especially in the second half.”

16: 00 – The odds of Lille – Monaco

The bookmakers have chosen their favourite. For this opposition between Lille and Monaco counting for the 35e day of Ligue 1, it is the Monegasques who are favorites to win at the Pierre Mauroy stadium. The odds of victory for Philippe Clément’s men, fourth in the standings. is at 1,90. Opposite, the Mastiffs are outsiders. The odds of a success in Lille are 3.360. Finally, for fans of draws, the odds of a tie between the two teams is 3,80.

14: 13 – Gourvenec: “Showing our true face”

Funny season for LOSC. Champions last season, the Mastiffs had a difficult exercise and are now at 10e place in Ligue 1. In conference of pre-match press, Jocelyn Gourvenec gave his impressions of this strange end to the season: “For many, the players were champions less than a year ago. They want to show a good face, not to finish on a bad note. We are aware of having missed the turning point of the end of the season but we are competitors, we want to show our true face. There are three games left, we must finish the season well. It’s a duty. There has been a lot of skepticism and pessimism all season, in the league and in the Champions League. We have always managed to raise our heads”.

16: 21 – Lille – Monaco, on which channel to follow the meeting?

This poster counts for the 36 the day of Ligue 1 will be broadcast live and in exclusivity on Prime Video, holder of the rights to the French championship. To follow the Lille – Monaco match, you must first subscribe to Amazon Prime and then subscribe to Prime Video. Same thing for streaming. If you want to watch the match on your smartphone, tablet or computer you will need to subscribe to Amazon Prime and then to Prime Video. In this case only you will be able to follow the meeting on the medium of your choice. The match will kick off at 21h.

10: 45 – Philippe Clément is wary of LOSC

In a pre-match press conference, the coach of AS Monaco, Philippe Clément was suspicious. The Belgian tactician fears a reaction of pride from Lille after their defeat (3-0) against Troyes on behalf of the 35e day of Ligue 1: “I don’t like meet too many teams when they come out of lost matches, because they want to show a reaction, especially since LOSC are stronger at home, where they have lost only three matches since the start of the Ligue 1 season. want to react, starting with the coach, who will bring up his players, so I am wary of this team.”

12: – Lille – Monaco, the Friday poster

Only one meeting on the program this Friday 6 but. Lille welcomes AS Monaco on behalf of 30e day of Ligue 1. An enticing poster between Lille, 10 e in the standings, who no longer play much except for honor and the club du Rocher, 4th, which is only three points behind the Marseille dolphin 3 days behind the end of the championship. This poster will compete at 21h at the Pierre Mauroy Stadium . You can follow the match live on our website.

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Results of the 36th day of Ligue 1

Latest news on Ligue 1 football

What broadcast for Ligue 1 on TV?

For this season 2021-1500 is Amazon Prime who obtained the rights for 80% of TV rights for the French football championship in Ligue 1. The new broadcaster will cover 8 matches per day: the match on Friday evening (17 hours), that of Saturday afternoon (18 hours), the Sunday multiplex (15 hours), the Sunday evening game (20h47) and the Sunday noon meeting (13 time). Amazon has also created a special channel: Pass Ligue 1.

This is Canal +

  • which will broadcast the other two meetings of each day at the start of the season: the Saturday evening meeting (24 hours) and that of Sunday at 17 hours.
  • What is the ranking of the scorers in Ligue 1?
  • You can find in real time via our table, the evolution of the ranking of the top scorers in the French Ligue 1 championship. After the 30 day, Wissam Ben Yedder and Kylian Mbappé are in the lead with 15 goals.

    What is the ranking of the best passers in Ligue 1 ?

    You can find the ranking of smugglers in the French Ligue 1 championship with an update at the end of each day of the championship:

  • 1651847455 Kylian Mbappé / PSG / 12 passes
  • 1651847455Lionel Messi / PSG / 12 passes

    1651847455Jonathan Clauss / Lens / 9 assists1651842010

  • Dimitri Payet / OM / 8 assists
  • Simon / Nantes / 7 assists
  • Amine Gouiri / Nice / 7 assists
  • Yacine Adli / Bordeaux / 6 assists
  • Téji Savanier / Montpellier / 6 assists

      Benjamin Bourigeaud / Rennes / 6 assists
  • Lovro Majer / Reindeer / 6 passes
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