Standings

# Team MP W D L F A G P
1 Paris Saint-Germain 37 29 4 4 104 32 +72 91
2 LOSC Lille Métropole 37 22 9 6 67 30 +37 75
3 Olympique Lyonnais 37 20 9 8 67 45 +22 69
4 Saint-Étienne 37 19 8 10 58 40 +18 65
5 Montpellier Hérault SC 37 15 14 8 53 41 +12 59
6 Olympique de Marseille 37 17 7 13 59 52 +7 58
7 Nîmes 37 15 8 14 55 55 +0 53
8 OGC Nice 37 14 11 12 28 35 -7 53
9 Stade de Reims 37 12 16 9 36 41 -5 52
10 Stade Rennais FC 37 12 13 12 52 51 +1 49
11 Nantes 37 13 9 15 48 47 +1 48
12 Strasbourg 37 10 16 11 57 48 +9 46
13 Angers SCO 37 10 15 12 43 48 -5 45
14 Girondins de Bordeaux 37 9 11 17 33 42 -9 38
15 Toulouse 37 8 14 15 34 55 -21 38
16 Monaco 37 8 12 17 38 55 -17 36
17 Amiens SC 37 8 11 18 29 51 -22 35
18 Caen 37 7 12 18 29 53 -24 33
19 Dijon 37 8 7 22 29 59 -30 31
20 Guingamp 37 5 12 20 27 66 -39 27

Results

Saturday, May 18, 2019
Monaco 2 - 0 Amiens SC
Olympique Lyonnais 4 - 0 Caen
LOSC Lille Métropole 5 - 0 Angers SCO
Guingamp 2 - 2 Nîmes
Montpellier Hérault SC 1 - 1 Nantes
Girondins de Bordeaux 0 - 1 Stade de Reims
Paris Saint-Germain 4 - 0 Dijon
Toulouse 2 - 5 Olympique de Marseille
Strasbourg 0 - 2 Stade Rennais FC
Saint-Étienne 3 - 0 OGC Nice
Sunday, May 12, 2019
Olympique de Marseille 0 - 3 Olympique Lyonnais
LOSC Lille Métropole 1 - 0 Girondins de Bordeaux
Stade Rennais FC 1 - 1 Guingamp
Saturday, May 11, 2019
Amiens SC 0 - 0 Toulouse
Caen 3 - 2 Stade de Reims
Dijon 2 - 1 Strasbourg
OGC Nice 1 - 1 Nantes
Nîmes 1 - 0 Monaco
Angers SCO 1 - 2 Paris Saint-Germain
Friday, May 10, 2019
Saint-Étienne 0 - 1 Montpellier Hérault SC

Fixtures

Friday, May 24, 2019
OGC Nice 9:05 PM Monaco
Nîmes 9:05 PM Olympique Lyonnais
Stade de Reims 9:05 PM Paris Saint-Germain
Stade Rennais FC 9:05 PM LOSC Lille Métropole
Nantes 9:05 PM Strasbourg
Olympique de Marseille 9:05 PM Montpellier Hérault SC
Angers SCO 9:05 PM Saint-Étienne
Caen 9:05 PM Girondins de Bordeaux
Dijon 9:05 PM Toulouse
Amiens SC 9:05 PM Guingamp

dijon Team News:


Senou Coulibaly was sent off at the weekend and will miss this match alongside the injured trio of Valentin Rosier, Arnold Bouka Moutou and Mickaël Alphonse.

paris-saint-germain Team News:


Neymar is still out until April and will be joined by the injured Julian Draxler on the sidelines.

dijon vs paris-saint-germain Tip Reason:

The Champions League hangover has been hard and long for PSG as they were given the weekend off to mull over their disappointments and regrets. Their trip to Nantes was postponed so this match will be their return to the pitch following the Manchester United clash but it will be interesting to see if they have the guile to lift themselves for this game. Their domestic form has been incredible recently with seven consecutive wins across the league and Coupe de France where they are one of the final four. They have come up against tricky sides likes Montpellier (5-1), Saint-Étienne (1-0) and Nîmes (3-0) and have come away unscathed with their laboured lift of a finger usually bringing them three points simply due to the sheer gulf in funds and therefore quality of squad compared to the rest of the league. Ligue 1 takes a lot of stick and with Paris 14 points clear at the top you can really say what you want but last week the champions were really given a scare as 19th placed Caen forced PSG to score an 87th minute winner to get three points (2-1). Dijon are in a similar position to Caen with the Mustards sitting one point above them in 18th but do they possess the same fight to level the playing-field? They have been pretty shocking going forward since Antoine Kombouaré was appointed manager in mid-January as they have scored just once in their last five games. Their defensive unit has been slightly more impressive though when considering the rather tough opponents they have faced in the past month. They held both Saint-Étienne and high-flying Lille to a single goal and managed to put in a great performance on Saturday as they drew 1-1 with Reims. Senou Coulibaly was sent off in the 3rd minute but Dijon still managed to hold out for the vast majority of the match to get their first point since early January. Probably their most talented attacker Naïm Sliti got on the scoresheet but he very much performed as a defender as the Mustards had to endure so much Reims pressure. It was an uncharacteristically steely performance from the Mustards but with Dijon having just two days of rest compared to Paris’ five, we feel fatigue will play a big part in this match due to the Mustards having to put in so much effort at the weekend. These teams faced off in the cup just a few weeks ago with Paris winning 3-0 and we’re predicting a similarly one-sided affair here. Dijon have definitely been better at home than they have been on the road but just two wins in their last nine at the Stade Gaston-Gérard still isn’t great. PSG have won seven of their last eight away games and with them keeping five clean sheets in their last seven domestic matches, it should be a cakewalk for them. Dijon scored at the weekend but have generally been dire going forward so we aren’t expecting any fireworks from their attackers against Paris. Even though PSG lost against Manchester United, they dominated the game and we doubt they’ll miss the same number of chances they did as they look to reassert their dominance to the world. We’re backing a comfortable 3-0 win for PSG.

Dijon vs Paris Saint-Germain Betting Prediction:

Dijon 0 4 Paris Saint-Germain
Tip: 2
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1.20
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