The 33rd day of Ligue 1 promises to be hot this Wednesday with twenty teams involved and many clashes between direct competitors for Europe or maintenance. PSG could also be crowned France.
The stakes, a clash between Europe and direct competitors for maintenance, a possible title and spring season. The 33rd day of Ligue 1 this Wednesday smells like an evening of madness. It will start at 7 p.m. with a block of five games in which boiling Bordeaux (17th)-Saint-tienne (19th), the two monuments of French football, are in danger. Metz (20th)-Lorient (16th) and Clermont (18th)-Troys (15th) other important matches will be at the bottom of the table. At the same time, Reims (13th) will take on Lille (9th) who want to keep their hopes of European qualification at the end of the season. Higher in the standings, Monaco (6th) receives Nice (fourth) in a decisive Riviera derby in the race to the Champions League.
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These five meetings will be broadcast in full on Amazon Prime Video. The platform also offers a very attractive multiplex of these appointments. This will be preceded by the second half of this day which will start at 9 pm.
Canal+ Décalé will broadcast PSG’s potential title match on a visit to Angers. Canal + Sport, for its part, will broadcast the clash between the contenders for the Strasbourg-Rennes podium. The other three matches, Marseille-Nantes, Brest-Lyon and Lens-Montpelier, will be completed on Amazon Prime Video, which offers a new multiplex.
You will be able to follow all of these meetings live on the radio at RMC, but also on our site in our live commentary.
Wednesday, April 20, 2022
7 pm: Bordeaux – Saint-Etienne (Amazon Prime Video)
7 pm: Lorient – Metz (Amazon Prime Video)
7 pm: Monaco – Nice (Amazon Prime Video)
7 pm: RIMS – Lilly (Amazon Prime Video)
7 p.m.: Troyes – Claremont (Amazon Prime Video)
9 pm: Angers – PSG (Canal + Decel)
9 pm: Brest – Leon (Amazon Prime Video)
9 p.m.: Lens – Montpellier (Amazon Prime Video)
9 p.m.: Marseille – Nantes (Amazon Prime Video)
9 p.m.: Strasbourg – Rennes (Canal + Sport)