Ligue 1: Om, Rennes, Monaco, Nice … Calendar of candidates for the podium

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Four days after the end of the championship, the race for the podium is yet to be decided. If Marseilles is on its way to a second place finish, it is very tight between third place and sixth place occupied by Rennes.

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The race for the podium is still in full swing after a weekend full of twists and turns. While Rennes, Monaco and Nice won, Strasbourg lost on the lawns of Lille, with Marseille slowly approaching direct qualification in the Champions League. Four days before the end of the championship, here is the calendar of podium contenders.

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– Marseille (2nd, 65 points)

Winner in pain at Reims on Sunday (1–0), Jorge Sampaoli’s men have the busiest schedule at the end of the season, against Feyenoord Rotterdam in the championship and Europa Conference League semi-finals. In Ligue 1, OM will face three direct competitors, starting with the Olympics on Sunday.

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D35: Marseille-Lyon

D36: Lorient-Marseille

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D37: Rennes-Marseille

D38: Marseille-Strasbourg

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– Rennes (3rd, 59 points)

Resurrected after two consecutive defeats by a Manita against Lorient (5-0), Renais and his furious attack (75 goals scored) reach this end of the season with the same number of points as Monaco, but with a much greater goal difference ( +39 vs +20), and a slightly more complex program than the Principality team.

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D35: Rennes-Saint-tienne

D36: Nantes-Rennes

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D37: Rennes-Marseille

D38: Lille-Raines

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– Monaco (4th, 59 points)

Will ASM achieve a Grand Slam by the end of the season? In a series of six consecutive wins since their Europa League elimination against Braga, Monegasque in particular have offered themselves the scalps of PSG, Rennes and Nice, and remained on a logical victory against ASSE (4–1). Huh. In a fight with Rennes, Monaco seems to have a slightly more advantageous calendar.

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D35: Monaco-Angers

D36: Lille-Monaco

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D37: Monaco-Bresto

D38: Lens-Monaco

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– good (5th, 57 points)

Sluggish in the game, the Aiglons remain on two consecutive wins at home that allow them to stay in the game for the podium. Christophe Gaultier’s men have a busy end to the season, with a Coupe de France final to play against Nantes on 7 May, with two teams struggling to stay on the menu.

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D35: Bordeaux-Nice

D36: Nice-Saint-Etienne

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D37: Nice-lily

D38: Rims-Nice

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– Strasbourg (6th, 56 points)

In the difficult last weeks, Strasbourg has been out of breath after a very good start to the season. After a resounding victory against Rennes, weakened by several draws (11), Julian Steffen’s men remain on a leash at Lille. Racing has faced two big pieces over the past four days, including the crowned champions of PSG, France.

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D35: Strasbourg-PSG

D36: Brest-Strasbourg

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D37: Strasbourg-Clermont

D38: Marseille-Strasbourg

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– There is still hope in Lens (7th, 54 points), Lyon (8th, 52 points) and Lille (9th, 51 points)

If all is not lost from an accounting point of view to take third place, Lens, Leon and Lillee are starting a very long way, especially Losk, which has a very generous program to manage (Troys, Monaco, Nice, Rennes). For his part, Lyonnais wants to hang a ticket to Europe after a failure in the Europa League.

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As a starter with an olympique, main courses and desserts (Metz, Nantes, Clermont) seem to be a preference more economical, even if nothing simple in the long Lyon season. After missing the European train by a hair last season, Lancois wants to believe in his luck, especially since the calendar offers him a huge chunk and three teams that have almost nothing left to play for ( Nantes, Reims, Troyes, Monaco).

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