Ligue 1: Race to Europe, fight to keep… Challenges of the 33rd day

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The direct competitors competing for the qualifying places for Europe will face each other this Wednesday evening for the 33rd day, just like those looking to get their maintenance in Ligue 1.

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Violence on all floors. The debate between the two rounds of the presidential election should come to mind, and this is normal, but football fans will keep a close eye on the league’s 33rd day, perhaps even two. All levels of ranking, rich in evenings, doubles and giant bets, promise to be exciting. Apart from the fact that it can crown Paris Saint GermainWhich is aiming for a tenth title, the main interest of the day lies in the allocation of four tickets to be distributed for continental competitions.

Two blows for Europe

One evening when four of his pursuers clashed,Olympic Marseille (the second, 59 points) have a great opportunity to establish their position as runners-up and main contenders for the second qualifying spot for the group stage of the Champions League. Jorge Sampaoli’s men’s mission seems the most economical of all against Nantes who have remained on a single win in the last five games. FC Nantes (10th, 47 marks)A priority taken out of the race for European places through the championship, will he be obsessed with the meeting that awaits him in the final of the Coupe de France on 7 May?

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chance or coincidence, Nice (4th, 54 points), not much better because he is sure to cross swords with the canaries at Saint-Denis. The Riviera derby will be five days’ worth from the end, waiting for Christophe Gaultier’s men. Monaco (6th, 53 points) There have been four consecutive successes, the last of which, 3–2 against Rennes, saw them resume the race for the first three places, synonymous with qualification for the third preliminary round of C1. As for the Agallons, they struggled to snatch their first success in five matches (2–1 against Lorient). Niçois is still in the running but his delicate dynamics could be tested by this clash at the top of the table against ASM.

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a year after leaving Rennes (3rd, 56 points)Julian Stephan welcomes his former team to this evening, for whom he could join the classification in the event of success Strasbourg (5th, 53 points), So lucrative this season, especially at the offensive level, the Rennes team has experienced a few air holes at the defensive level. Nayef guiard’s return should allow Rouge et Noir to achieve a defensive performance worthy of the name, and why not repeat the performance of the first leg, a match where the Breton did not score a goal, a head-to-head victory. … Naif Aguiard. Lyon (8th, 49 points)To Breast (12th, 39 points)and especially Lens (7th, 50 points) Vs Montpellier (11th, 42 points)Must be strong not to back down.

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A final for maintenance at the bottom

game between Bordeaux (19th, 26 points) And Saint-Etienne (17th, 30 points) The race to retain is paramount for both clubs. The Greens left the red zone for a narrow breakthrough against Stade Brestois, but Pascal Dupraz’s men held no gap. The coincidence of the calendar means that all the teams ranked from 15th to 20th are facing each other this evening and at the same time.

In other words, the Saint can dismiss the ghost of exile as sinking into limbo in the rankings, depending on the outcome. The pressure is at its peak, and it’s not Bordeaux who would say otherwise. The Girondins have no choice but to win if they want to keep the hope of sustaining themselves. Above all, we must not lose, otherwise the play-off will take a six-point lead in the event Claremont (18th, 29th issue) And Lorient (16th, 31st issue) will prevail. disaster scenario.

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As a reminder, the bottom two in the championship will be relegated to Ligue 2, while the 18th will play a play-off against the winner of the Ligue 2 pre-playoff at the end of the regular season. Nothing will be decisive at the end of this 33rd day, but trends can emerge at all levels.

League 33rd Day 1

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at 7 pm

Bordeaux – St. Etienne

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Lorient – Metz

monaco-nice

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rims – lily

Troyes – Clermonte

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9 pm

Angers-PSG

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Brest – Leon

Lens – Montpellier

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Marseille – Nantes

Strasbourg – René

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