Lille hooked by the SCO, the Greens sunk by Clermont

Like every Saturday, find our information and our forecasts for the weekend’s matches in Ligue 1.

After the great victory of the Lensois yesterday against Troyes (4-0), following the 13th day today with two games on the program. At 5 p.m., Lille will want to confirm their great victory in the Champions League in Seville (2-1) against Angers.

For this meeting, which promises to be complicated, Jocelyn Gourvennec will again be able to count on Burak Yilmaz (sick and absent in Seville), but could be deprived of Tiago Djalo in central defense (the decision will be taken at the last moment). Problematic absence when Sven Botman is already absent. On the Angevin side, Sada Thioub is still missing. While the SCO will want to recover the points lost on its lawn against Nice, last weekend, everything is in place for a draw.

In the evening, PSG, still without Lionel Messi, is the big favorite of the match against the Girondins de Bordeaux, even if it takes place at Matmut Atlantique. The Parisians will however be deprived of Presnel Kimpembe in addition to Paredes, Messi and Ramos.

Among the Girondins, while Timothée Pembélé, on loan from Paris, should start, Ui-Jo Hwang will still be sorely missed.

Nice wants to regain its place of dolphin of PSG

The 13th The day will continue tomorrow from 1pm with the match between OM and Metz. The Marseillais are largely favorites, but will have to be more effective than against Lazio if they want to avoid a bad surprise. For this meeting, Jorge Sampaoli can rely on a full staff, while Cabit, Niakité and Joseph (injured) will be missing on the Metz side.

The four 3 p.m. matches are more open than ever. Starting with a tasty Breton derby between Lorient and Brest. After their first success of the season last week against Monaco, the Brestois will want to confirm, but Lorient is formidable at home. However, it is a team very diminished by the absences of Laporte, Laurienté, Jentz and Diarra that Christophe Pélissier will present, while Michel Der Zakarian is not sure to be able to count on Christophe Hérelle. Advantage to Lorient.

Against Strasbourg, which remains on a beautiful victory, against Lorient precisely, the Nantes people have some concerns to be made. Even if the return of Ludovic Blas is reassuring. We will predict a draw.

Forced to win in Reims so as not to get stuck in the soft underbelly of the standings, Monaco is favorite in Champagne. Be careful, however, the Monegasques played Thursday night and could feel it.

The clash between Saint-Etienne and Clermont is all about the game of fear. For the Stéphanois, not winning over Geoffroy-Guichard would be another underperformance, undoubtedly fatal for Claude Puel. But the Auvergnats have strengths and will not want to slide to the bottom of the standings …

Saint-Etienne in danger against Clermont

Among the Greens, Puel must compose without Moukoudi, Mason, Neyou (injured) and Trauco (recovery), while Christophe Gastien will serve his second suspension match. Something tells us that ASSE can fall into the trap of Clermont counters …

At 5 p.m., we will attend Andy Delort’s reunion with Montpellier. If Nice will undoubtedly be deprived of Kasper Dolberg at kick-off, he will count on the double goalscorer from Angers to win and regain second place in the standings. MHSC side, an absence of mark: Teji Savanier, suspended. It is hard to see victory escaping the Aiglons, even if Laurent Nicollin’s proteges also have their say.

Finally, the 13th The day will end in style with a shock between Rennes and Lyon. While the two teams won in the week, by rotating their workforce, we see more the Gones (still without Moussa Dembélé, injured) and Tino Kadewere, suspended) to win in Rennes (deprived of Jeremy Doku, injured and Jonas Martin, suspended). To regain the podium as quickly as possible, the Gones must imperatively win in Brittany.

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