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Football: French Ligue 1 table

French Ligue 1 table ahead of Sunday's matches (played, won, drawn, lost, goals for, goals against, points): PSG 33 24 7 2 74 19 79 Monaco 33 20 9 4 54 27 69 Lille 33 18 9 6 38 20 63 ------------------------------------ Saint-Etienne 34 16 9 9 46 31 57 ------------------------------------ Lyon 33 15 9 9 49 38 54 Marseille 33 14 9 10 46 36 51 Bordeaux 33 11 12 10 40 38 45 Reims 33 11 12 10 41 45 45

Football: Ranieri and Monaco seek derby redemption

Monaco host Nice in a Cote d'Azur derby on Sunday looking to get back to winning ways in Ligue 1 after the blow of losing in the French Cup semi-finals. The principality club were stunned by struggling Guingamp on Wednesday, losing 3-1 after extra time to end their hopes of winning major silverware for the first time in more than a decade.

Football: French Ligue 1 results

French Ligue 1 results on Friday: Saint-Etienne 0 Rennes 0 Sunday Monaco v Nice, Bastia v Ajaccio, Bordeaux v Guingamp, Lorient v Montpellier, Reims v Sochaux, Valenciennes v Nantes, Marseille v Lille Wednesday Paris SG v Evian/Thonon, Toulouse v Lyon afp

Football: French Ligue 1 table

French Ligue 1 table after Friday's match (played, won, drawn, lost, goals for, goals against, points): PSG 33 24 7 2 74 19 79 Monaco 33 20 9 4 54 27 69 Lille 33 18 9 6 38 20 63 ------------------------------------ Saint-Etienne 34 16 9 9 46 31 57 ------------------------------------ Lyon 33 15 9 9 49 38 54 Marseille 33 14 9 10 46 36 51 Bordeaux 33 11 12 10 40 38 45 Reims 33 11 12 10 41 45 45

Football: French Ligue 1 table

French Ligue 1 table after Friday's match (played, won, drawn, lost, goals for, goals against, points): PSG 33 24 7 2 74 19 79 Monaco 33 20 9 4 54 27 69 Lille 33 18 9 6 38 20 63 ------------------------------------ Saint-Etienne 34 16 9 9 46 31 57 ------------------------------------ Lyon 33 15 9 9 49 38 54 Marseille 33 14 9 10 46 36 51 Bordeaux 33 11 12 10 40 38 45 Reims 33 11 12 10 41 45 45

Football: French Ligue 1 table

French Ligue 1 table after Sunday's late match (played, won, drawn, lost, goals for, goals against, points): PSG 33 24 7 2 74 19 79 Monaco 33 20 9 4 54 27 69 Lille 33 18 9 6 38 20 63 ------------------------------------ Saint-Etienne 33 16 8 9 46 31 56 ------------------------------------ Lyon 33 15 9 9 49 38 54 Marseille 33 14 9 10 46 36 51 Bordeaux 33 11 12 10 40 38 45 Reims 33 11 12 10 41 45 45

Football: Relentless Lille close in on Champions League

Lille ground out yet another 1-0 win on Saturday, beating local rivals Valenciennes thanks to a second-half Divock Origi goal to close in on Champions League qualification from Ligue 1. It was a ninth 1-0 victory this season for the northern club and it consolidated them in third place in the Ligue 1 table, eight points clear of fourth-placed Saint-Etienne, who go to Reims on Sunday. Indeed, Rene Girard's side are also now just three points adrift of Monaco in second before the principality club travel to Rennes later.

Football: French Ligue 1 table

French Ligue 1 table after Saturday's early match (played, won, drawn, lost, goals for, goals against, points): Paris SG 32 24 7 1 74 18 79 Monaco 32 19 9 4 53 27 66 Lille 33 18 9 6 38 20 63 ------------------------------------ Saint-Etienne 32 16 7 9 44 29 55 ------------------------------------ Lyon 32 14 9 9 48 38 51 Marseille 33 14 9 10 46 36 51 Bordeaux 32 11 11 10 39 37 44 Toulouse 32 11 11 10 41 45 44

Football: French Ligue 1 results

French Ligue 1 result on Saturday: Lille 1 (Origi 70) Valenciennes 0 Playing later (1800 GMT) AC Ajaccio v Bordeaux, Evian TG v SC Bastia, Nice v Lorient, Rennes v Monaco, Sochaux v Toulouse Sunday Nantes v Guingamp (1200 GMT), Reims v Saint-Etienne (1500 GMT), Lyon v Paris Saint-Germain (1900 GMT) Played Friday Montpellier 2 (Cabella 48, Sanson 79) Marseille 3 (Valbuena 42, Gignac 58, Payet 89) afp

Football: Monaco win means PSG must wait

Monaco's 1-0 win at Rennes on Saturday means Paris Saint-Germain will have to wait a little longer before securing a second straight Ligue 1 title. A Monaco defeat in Brittany would have left PSG in a position to secure the championship on Sunday with a win at Lyon, where they won the title last year, but a solitary strike by Emmanuel Riviere early in the second half gave the principality club the points. Monaco are now 10 points adrift of PSG with five matches remaining, although they are more interested in keeping Lille in third at arm's length.
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