Ligue 1: the race for the podium promises to be exciting

With five league games remaining, the race to qualify for the Champions League is fully relaunched. If second-placed Olympique de Marseille are six points ahead, there are five teams that stand within three points: Rennes, Strasbourg, Monaco, Nice and Lens.

If the title of champion should return, except surprise, to Paris Saint-Germain, the race to qualify for the Champions League is totally undecided. If Olympique de Marseille, currently second, have a six-point lead over their pursuers, the Marseille club has a difficult schedule with the reception of Lyon and two confrontations against Rennes and Strasbourg. We must not forget the Europa League Conference where the Phocaeans will face Feyenoord in the semi-finals. Behind Jorge Sampaoli’s men, four teams have the same number of points: Rennes, Strasbourg, Monaco with 56 units. OGC Nice, now sixth, has 54 points and finally Racing Club de Lens, which is having an incredible season, is seventh with 53 points.

The schedule of Olympique de Marseille:

D34: moves to Reims
D35: receives Lyon
D36: moves to Lorient
D37: moves to Rennes
D38: receives Strasbourg

The Stade Rennais schedule:

D34: receives Lorient
D35: receives Saint-Etienne
D36: moves to Nantes
D37: receives Marseille
D38: moves to Lille

The Strasbourg calendar:

D34: moves to Lille
D35: receives PSG
D36: moves to Brest
D37: receives Clermont
D38: moves to Marseille

The AS Monaco calendar:

D34: moves to Saint-Etienne
D35: receives Angers
D36: moves to Lille
D37: receives Brest
D38: moves to Lens

The OGC Nice schedule:

D34: receives Troyes
D35: moves to Bordeaux
D36: receives Saint-Etienne
D37: receives Lille
D38: moves to Reims

The calendar of Racing Club de Lens:

D34: moves to Paris
D35: receives Nantes
D36: moves to Reims
D37: moves to Troyes
D38: receives Monaco

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