Ligue 1: Preview + Predictions – Week 11


Are Saint-Etienne the closest we’ve got to a genuine title contender this season? Will Angers continue their amazing run? Who will suck more out of Lille and Marseille? All these questions may not be answered this weekend, but it will be a fantastic watch. Outside of first place, this has been a fascinating start to the Ligue 1 campaign. There […]

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Ada Hegerberg Melting Faces for Lyon as PSG “Struggle” Domestically

OL running

Well, the men are running around and that’s all very exciting, but there’s another football going on right now which is just as interesting. Allez les femmes… Division 1 Seven games in, and first place in the table is no surprise, as Lyon are top with seven wins, scored 44, conceded 0, and with a minimum winning margin of four […]

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Arsenal Forward Spearheads France Under-17 World Cup Campaign


On Monday 19 October, Jean-Claude Giuntini will guide his France under-17 side into their opening game of the World Cup in Chile. They take on New Zealand, Paraguay and Syria in Group F and will hope to at least progress through to the knockout stage. Top two teams advance, plus the four best third-place teams. The squad boasts players from Ligue […]

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Ligue 1 Preview + Predictions: Week 10

Monaco Rennes

We’re back! Another international break is over, now clubs can get back to picking up some momentum in the league race. Friday’s clash in Monaco is huge for both sides as they will be hoping to push up the table in the next weeks. PSG look to exorcise the ghosts of last season and exact revenge on Bastia, and clubs […]

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Ligue 2 Preview – Week 11


The league leaders Dijon have to wait till Saturday before they get back into league action, but the rest of Ligue 2 can look forward to an action-packed Friday evening. Metz and Nancy have the chance to close the gap when they face Clermont and Red Star respectively – neither game will be easy. Surprise side Bourg host bottom side […]

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PSG Roll on, Fears for Montpellier and Questionable Sustainability for Nice, Angers and Caen


OK, OK, we’re only nine games in, but an international break is one of those times when you pause to take stock, so we’re having an ‘as it stands’ moment and seeing if there are any patterns that help make predictions for how the rest of the season will pan out. All of the stats below are included in the ‘go compare’ […]

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