Ligue 1 live: Marseille fans banned from going to Paris

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PSG-OM: Marseille supporters banned from going to Paris

The visitors area of ​​the Parc des Princes will look hollow again for the PSG-OM clash on Sunday (8:45 pm, Day 32 of Ligue 1). And surprisingly, the Interior Ministry will publish a decree prohibiting the travel of Marseille supporters on Sunday for the match between the two rivals, who are currently leader and second in the championship, according to information from RMC Sport.

Slightly reinforced safety equipment will be installed. Around 350 police officers will be deployed. Paris Ultra’s behavior will be closely watched, even if the match does not inspire particular fear.

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TV Rights: Attacks the Free LFP in return

As reported by L’Equipe, with information that RMC Sport has been able to confirm, Free has taken the professional football league to court. The operator wants to reduce the price of its contract after the new agreement between Amazon and LFP in 2021.

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BeIN Sports and Canal+ have also taken the league to court. However, both the groups did not want a price revision, but instead wanted to terminate the entire contract.

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Bordeaux: End of season for Pembele, cruciate ligaments struck

Timothy Pembele, who was released during Sunday’s match against Metz, did not give very reassuring news about his health condition. His season is over, affected by cruciate ligaments.

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“Unfortunately, I had an MRI after my injury, and it was the cruciate ligaments that were affected. A long rehabilitation journey awaits me, it is certainly a difficult moment for me, but the most important somewhere for now. There is more,” the defender explained on Instagram.

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Big suspense about Europe’s race

Marseille, Rennes, Strasbourg, Nice, Monaco or even Lille… there are still many candidates hoping to finish on the podium. If Om and Rennes widen a small gap, the fight is on the back and everything could turn upside down by the end of the season.

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>> Calendar of the Pretenders of Europe

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When can PSG be crowned champions?

At the end of the 31st day, Rajdhani club have 12 points ahead of OM with seven days left. Suffice it to say that the hexagon could hardly avoid that, even though there are 21 points left to distribute. The title race could take a turning point next week as Paris and Marseilles face each other in the Classic at the end of the 32nd day.

The title can be mathematically validated during the 33rd day in the event of a win against Angers and if Marseilles loses against Nantes.

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32nd day program

Friday 15 April

21 Hours: Rennes-Monaco

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Saturday 16 April

17 hours: Saint-Etienne-Bresto

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21 Hours: lily-lens

Sunday 17 April

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13 hours: Nice-Lorient

15 hours: Nantes-Angers / Troyes-Strasbourg / Montpellier-Reims / Metz-Clermont

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5:05 pm: lyon-bordeaux

8:45 PM: PSG-OM

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record 31st day

With 38 goals scored during J31, this weekend was the most spectacular since the start of the season. This is higher than the previous mark set in January (35) during the 22nd day.

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This weekend got off to a stellar start with 20 goals in the first three games, thanks to cards scored by Lorient against Saint-Etienne (6-2), then by PSG at Clermont (1-6), Saturday To marked by such a spectacular Reims-Rennes (2-3) over the course of a day.

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Greetings to everyone

Welcome to this live to follow all the news from Ligue 1 clubs ahead of the 32nd day starting this Friday. The mystery is always at its peak when it comes to the race for the podium, for the European places and for the maintenance.

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