There is plenty to play for up and down the Ligue 1 standings this season and another jam-packed weekend is on the cards.
While Paris Saint-Germain are in action on Friday night, the likes of Rennes and Lens take to the pitch on Saturday with Sunday the busiest as always.
Lyon's derby clash with Marseille headlines the action and we have assembled an accumulator for the occasion, paying out at just over 17/1.
Accumulator pays 17.52/1
The game will be played at Roazhon Park with a kick-off time of 16:00 GMT on Saturday 3rd February.
Rennes may not be as enterprising going forward as they were under Bruno Genesio last season but they edged a 3-2 thriller with Lyon last time out and goals could flow in their game with Montpellier.
That was the fifth time in Rennes's last eight matches that both teams had scored and that looks a wise accumulator selection when they clash with Montpellier.
The visitors scored four goals against lower-league Feignies in their last away contest and also know where the net is, so a high-scoring clash could be on the cards.
The game will be played at the Stade de la Beaujoire with a kick-off time of 20:00 GMT on Saturday 3rd February.
Nantes v Lens will be live on the bet365 Live Streaming service and will also be shown on TNT Sports 1.
Lens still have work to do in the race for the European places in Ligue 1 but they can give themselves a boost by winning away to Nantes on Saturday.
Franck Haise's men have sustained some frustrating defeats against highflyers Nice and PSG in the last couple of months but either side of those results, they have beaten Lyon, Reims and Toulouse in Ligue 1.
With the talented Elye Wahi leading their line, they should have too much for the hosts, who have drawn blanks in successive games against Stade Laval in the cup and Reims in the league.
Indeed, Nantes have won just one of their last seven games in all competitions and they are only a few points above the drop zone in Ligue 1.
The game will be played at the Stade Louis II with a kick-off time of 12:00 GMT on Sunday 4th February.
Monaco v Le Havre will be live on the bet365 Live Streaming service and will also be shown on TNT Sports 2.
Despite finishing the match with nine men, Monaco held on to draw 2-2 with Marseille last time out, securing another valuable point in their pursuit of a top-three berth in Ligue 1.
However, they could again have a tricky time of it when they clash with Le Havre, who have defied expectations to sit in the mid-table positions this season.
In the last couple of months, Le Havre have picked up wins against Nice and Lyon, winning each of those games 3-1, and they are worth a bet to at least get on the scoresheet in this one.
Each of Monaco's last five games have seen both teams score and that looks the best bet at 10/11.
The game will be played at the Groupama Stadium with a kick-off time of 19:45 GMT on Sunday 4th February.
Lyon v Marseille will be live on the bet365 Live Streaming service and will also be shown on TNT Sports 2.
The Clash of the Olympics is typically one of the most anticipated matches of the season in France but with 13 points separating Lyon and Marseille in the standings, this weekend's encounter is unlikely to be a close one.
Marseille are only a few points off the top five in Ligue 1 and, although the majority were draws, they are unbeaten in their last six games.
As for Lyon, they are in the thick of a surprise relegation battle, having lost 11 of their 19 league fixtures and they will be licking their wounds after last Friday's 3-2 loss to Rennes, so they should be opposed.
Accumulator pays 17.52/1
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