Ligue 1: how to see the 10th day, with Lille-Lens, Reims-PSG and OM-Ajaccio

After the European fixtures, the French clubs return to Ligue 1 for the 10th day, which promises to be exciting, with in particular three derbies on the program: in the north, with Lille-Lens, and in Brittany, with Brest-Lorient and Rennes-Nantes. . Perilous trips for the two surprises of the season, while PSG and OM will play on Saturday, respectively in Reims and against Ajaccio. To know when and how to see the matches that interest you, here is the complete TV program.

In 2022, football fans must hang in there to keep up. Because with the World Cup which starts in November in Qatar, and which will offer four matches (!) per day, the matches are played every three days for the European teams. Barely time to undo his cleats and take a shower, he must already return to the lawn. For gamers. For spectators, the greatest effort to provide remains to switch from Canal + to Prime Video to follow all the meetings. Starting for this 10th day with Lyon-Toulouse, to follow this Friday, October 7 live from 9:00 p.m. on Prime Video. In crisis, OL remain on four defeats in a row, and will absolutely have to recover against TFC, in order not to continue to get bogged down.

To prepare for their Champions League matches the following week, PSG and Marseille will both play this Saturday, October 8, with at 5:00 p.m. on Prime Video Marseille-Ajaccio, the 2nd against the 20th. After having finally warded off bad luck by beating Sporting CP 4-1 on Tuesday evening, OM will be confident and favorites, despite the absence of Clauss, injured, for 10 days. An affordable and ideal meeting to stay on a good dynamic, while putting pressure on PSG, which plays in stride, with a trip to Reims which will be to follow at 9:00 p.m., but on Canal + Sport 360 this time. At the start of this 10th day, the Parisian club is the leader with 25 points, and its runner-up OM has 23. And if we witnessed a small turnaround in the lead this weekend?

Montpellier, between Bayern Munich and Arsenal

Sunday October 9, the 10th day continues, with at 1:00 p.m. on Prime Video a very promising Montpellier-Monaco, since with 21 goals scored the Hérault club quite simply has the second best attack in the championship, behind PSG (obviously) and his 28 goals. Which also makes it the 4th best attack in Europe, between Bayern Munich and Arsenal!

Well, the problem is that the teammates of Sakho and Savanier concede almost as many goals as they score, with 19 goals conceded. There should therefore be a show at La Mosson, just like at 3:00 p.m. on Prime Video, with the traditional Multiplex, which will allow Nice-Troyes, Angers-Strasbourg, Clermont-Auxerre, and especially the Brest-Lorient derby, which will serve no doubt a common thread. Because the Hakes are the revelation of the season, pointing to a superb 3rd place thanks to five wins in a row, and with style. Which should not please their neighbors in Finistère too much, determined to bring down the Morbihan club. We will remain in Brittany at 5:05 p.m., with another derby, Rennes-Nantes, even if the question of whether Nantes is in Brittany can always give rise to debates as fiery as pancakes flambéed on the Place au Beurre de Quimper. It is on Canal+ Foot that it will be possible to follow this good old classic of Ligue 1, for a meeting between two European clubs which also promises to be committed and spectacular.

A northern derby under pressure

To finish in style, it’s the northern derby that awaits us at 8:45 p.m. on Prime Video, with Lens-Lille. Now that Saint-Étienne is in Ligue 2, it is undoubtedly the hottest match in Ligue 1 (with Rennes-Nantes?), between two clubs that are geographically close but who hate each other, against a backdrop of geographical, sporting and social. Still undefeated this season, the Lensois will arrive with a lot of certainty (and supporters, they were 3500 just for training, we learn The voice of the North) in hostile terrain (or « hostLille », in this case), and will not have to give in to the pressure to return with a good result from this short (barely 40 kilometers between the two cities) but intense trip. Even if in a northern derby, it is very easy to want to give in to pressure…

The complete TV program of the 10th day of Ligue 1

Friday, October 7

  • 9 p.m.: Lyon-Toulouse, live on Prime Video

Saturday October 8

  • 5 p.m.: Marseille – Ajaccio, live on Prime Video
  • 9 p.m.: Reims – PSG, live on Canal+ Sport 360

Sunday October 9

  • 1 p.m.: Montpellier – Monaco, live on Prime Video
  • 3 p.m.: Multiplex, live on Prime Video (Brest-Lorient, Nice-Troyes, Angers-Strasbourg and Clermont-Auxerre)
  • 5:05 p.m .: Rennes – Nantes, live on Canal+ Foot
  • 8:45 p.m .: Lille – Lens, live on Prime Video

Sources: Prime Video, Canal+, La Voix du Nord

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