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Ligue 1: a Lens – PSG shock, Brest wants to confirm, the TV program for the 18th day

After a Coupe de France weekend, Ligue 1 returns this weekend.

Three weeks later, the French Ligue 1 championship makes its big return this weekend. A special day between two Coupe de France weekends and especially marked by the kick-off of the African Cup of Nations, amputating not bad players.

On the program, Marseille receives Strasbourg in a Vélodrome which will ring hollow due to the stands which will be closed. At a press conference, Italian coach Gennaro Gattuso hopes that the 15,000 people present will create a crazy atmosphere during the match. "We hope that the people who will be at the stadium will do their best so that we do not feel this lack of 15,000 people. We know that we risk fines or matches. behind closed doors for fumigants. We hope that the supporters present will make themselves heard even more. We need the atmosphere. 6th in the ranking, OM must take all three points to stay in contact with the lead car.

This wagon, PSG dominates it outrageously, but the confrontation face à Lens, at the Félix Bollaert stadium, could weaken it somewhat. Eliminated from the Coupe de France, the Lensois are in the same situation as Marseille in Ligue 1. 7th in the standings, Brice Samba's teammates must take points or risk losing distance.

Surprise of this season, Brest will try to stay the course for this new year. 4th in our Ligue 1, the Brestois receive a Montpellier team stuck in the soft underbelly of the championship. Ahead of Brest, Monaco and Nice will try to get closer to PSG. Private finally from Moffi, who left à the CAN to replace Boniface, Nice will have to get rid of Rennes, in turmoil with "the Matic affair", leaving Brittany with a bang while Monaco will have to é avoid the trap match facing à Reims.

At the bottom of the ranking, Lyon will want to continue its good momentum against Le Havre after its four consecutive victories against Le Havre. Toulouse, Monaco, Nantes and Pontarlier in the Coupe de France last week. This day of Ligue 1 will also offer a match full of dangers between Metz (14th) and Toulouse (16th) while the red lantern Lorient will try not to leave empty-handed from its defeat. placement à Lille.

The TV program

Friday January 12

9 p.m.: Marseille – Strasbourg on Prime Video

Saturday January 13

5 p.m.: Monaco – Reims on Prime Video

9 p.m.: Rennes – Nice on Canal+ Sport 360

Sunday January 14

1 p.m.: Lille – Lorient on Prime Video

3 p.m.: Brest – Montpellier on Prime Video

3 p.m.: Metz – Toulouse on Prime Video

3 p.m.: Nantes – Clermont on Prime Video

5:05 p.m.: Le Havre – Lyon on Canal+ Foot and Prime Video

8:45 p.m.: Lens – PSG on Prime Video

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116