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 vs rennais Tip Reason:

Dijon had a great chance to get some crucial points last week as the Mustards hosted 16th placed Amiens. It was their first match since their miraculous win over 3rd placed Lyon but Wesley Saïd couldn’t recreate the performance that took him towards an unconventional own goal assisted hat trick against les Gones. The Amiens game finished 0-0, spurning two points that would have taken them within touching distance of 17th placed Monaco. They still have a difficult task ahead of them to stay in the league but have a great run-in with five of their six remaining games being against bottom eleven teams. There is little evidence that will make the most of those games though as they couldn’t even beat Amiens last week. The Lyon victory was completely unexpected but Dijon faced a side in crisis behind the scenes so it was more a case of them capitalising on the misfortunes of Lyon rather than some Mustard coloured masterclass. Dijon have failed to score in eight of their last ten games, conceding in all but one, and with them having the second worst home record in the league, it isn’t looking pretty ahead of this Rennes clash. They have lost four of their last six games at the Stade Gaston-Gérard, scoring just twice in the process, and they will need an exemplary performance to beat Rennes here. That being said, Rennes have won just one of their last six games in all competitions with their Coupe de France semi-final win over Lyon being their only victory since early March. Rennes managed to draw at the weekend against Nice (0-0) but it was a match they really should have won as they faced Patrick Vieira’s side who have been notoriously bad on the road this season. Rennes did manage to keep a clean sheet, their first in twelve matches against top flight opposition, but it was a generally poor performance from Julien Stéphan’s men. They have slightly fallen off the tracks in their last few matches with their ‘new manager bounce’ looking to be fading away now that Stéphan is approaching his fifth month in the job. The Rennes of a few weeks ago would have beaten Angers (3-3), Nîmes (1-3) and Nice all comfortably but while their attack has maintained its excitement and fluidity, their defence has been lacking in confinement and solidity. They have scored seven goals in their last four games but have conceded eight times in that run, which has really held back their growth. Rennes also go into this match with a pretty horrid away form of no wins in their last six on the road. They have conceded 16 goals along the way and Dijon should look at this with excitement, as fellow relegation favourites Guingamp managed to put two past Rennes just a few away games ago. Four of the last five clashes between these teams have seen both teams score and even though Dijon have failed to score in four of their last five games, they haven’t been as poor at home, so we’re backing them to net against this wayward Rennes side. Rennes also have a great attack and so we’re backing both teams to score, as has been the case in six of Rennes’ last nine games, but we doubt either side has the quality to win this match. Rennes are horrible on the road and with Dijon absolutely scrapping for survival, we’re backing a 1-1 draw.

Dijon vs Rennais Betting Prediction:

Dijon 3 2 Rennais
Tip: Both Teams Score
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