We take a look at the odds to win Ligue 1 next season, with PSG strong favourites to secure their sixth domestic title in eight years.
Claiming their third consecutive Ligue 1 title win last term under the auspices of manager Christophe Galtier, PSG are 1/4 to retain the trophy next season.
This is a drop-off in price from last pre-season, when the Parisians were as short as 1/10, with Neymar looking increasingly likely to join Lionel Messi through the exit door at the Parc des Princes.
Marseille are currently second in the betting at 8/1, with the 10-time French champions having finished in third place last term behind winners PSG and second-placed Lens, who are given odds of to go one better and win Ligue 1 next year.
We take a look at the credentials of each potential Ligue 1 title contender...
Assuming a stranglehold over Ligue 1 over the past decade or so since being taken over by Qatar Sports Investment, winning nine of their total 11 national league titles since 2013, PSG are unsurprisingly big favourites to win the league again next year at 1/4.
The Parisians have made an underwhelming start to their title defence, however, having drawn their opening two Ligue 1 matches.
Having lost superstars Lionel Messi and Neymar in the summer, much responsibility will fall on the shoulders of Kylian Mbappe to inspire PSG to a third straight Ligue 1 title.
10-time French champions, Marseille finished third in Ligue 1 last season behind winners PSG and Lens.
Marseille look in a healthy place to lead the challenge to PSG at the top of Ligue 1 this season with a strong squad which includes a number of high-profile summer signings including Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Geoffrey Kondogbia, Renan Lodi, Iliman Ndiaye and Ismaila Sarr.
OM have replaced Igor Tudor with Marcelino in the dugout. The Spaniard has a great track record behind him, making three Copa del Rey finals since 2019 with Valencia and Athletic Bilbao.
However, this is Marcelino's first job outside of Spain and he could take time to adjust.
Missing out on European qualification altogether having finished sixth in the Ligue 1 table last season, Monaco will be hoping to bounce back in the new campaign.
Monaco settled on Adi Hutter as the replacement for departing manager Phillipe Clement. Hutter’s last job was a short-lived reign at Borussia Monchengladbach, but he was twice voted manager of the year in Germany while at Eintracht Frankfurt.
The Monaco squad is largely the same as the one which finished sixth last term and missed out on European football.
They do have a lot of potential in their academy, however, which looks like their best route to make progress.
Monaco have raced to the top of Ligue 1 in the opening weeks of the season, with Wissam Ben Yedder and Takumi Minamino enjoying fruitful starts to the campaign.
Ligue 1 champions two years ago under the management of Christophe Galtier, Lille have followed up this remarkable feat with disappointing finishes of 10th and fifth in the subsequent campaigns.
With Galtier ending up at PSG via Nice, and his replacement at Lille Jocelyn Gourvennec departing the club after just one season, Les Dogues are now led by highly-rated Portuguese coach Paulo Fonseca.
Lille will have been buoyed by their ability to keep hold of star striker Jonathan David over the summer, with the Canada international having notched 24 goals in Ligue 1 last term.
Finishing fourth in Ligue 1 last term to secure qualification to the Europa League, Rennes will be aiming for another strong campaign under the stewardship of Bruno Genesio.
Rennes have managed to retain the services of standout forward Amine Gouiri, with the Frenchman having registered 19 goal contributions in Ligue 1 last season, whilst Genesio's squad has also been added to with the signings of Enzo Le Fee and Ludovic Blas from Lorient and Nantes respectively.
The surprise package of Ligue 1 last season, Lens were able to challenge PSG for the majority of the campaign, eventually finishing second to qualify for the Champions League for the first time since 2003.
Lens have developed into a formidable collective unit under the leadership of head coach Franck Haise, named Ligue 1 Manager of the Season last term, with their 3-1 victory over PSG in January ending a 25-match unbeaten run for Mbappe and Co. in the league.
Lens' success could be acknowledged to have been underpinned by their outstanding defensive record, with only Barcelona conceding less than their total of 28 goals across Europe's top-five leagues last season.
However, it will be a tough ask for Lens to go again this year against sides propped up by greater resources, especially as they attempt to juggle their domestic campaign with Champions League football.
Winning Ligue 1 seven times on the trot between 2002 and 2008, Lyon have remarkably failed to lift the title since.
Finishing seventh last season, Lyon currently find themselves well off the pace as far as contending for the title is concerned.
With Malo Gusto, Houssem Aouar and Moussa Dembele having departed the club over the summer, there’s every chance Lyon are weaker this time around.
Following a dismal start to their Ligue 1 campaign, Lyon parted company with manager Laurent Blanc.
Odds correct at time of publishing and subject to change.