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2016-17 Ligue 1 fixtures

  • Match week 20 of Ligue 1 2016-17 takes place on the weekend of January 13-15
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Paris Saint-Germain players celebrate their clean sweep of the domestic trophies in France (credit: Getty Images)

Paris Saint-Germain are under real pressure in their quest for a fifth consecutive Ligue 1 title – and next up for them in 2016-17 is a Saturday afternoon trip to Rennes.

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Currently the all-conquering club in French football due to the vast resources being pumped in by their Qatari owners, PSG won the title last season by an astonishing 31 points from Lyon.

They began this campaign as prohibitive favourites for the ‘nap hand’, but are out to 4/7 for the title with bookmaker bet365 having lost four of their nine away league matches this term to sit third in the table, five points behind surprise leaders Nice who are next at home to Metz.

Paris Saint-Germain players celebrate a victory (Getty Images)
There were significant changes at PSG last summer as striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic left to join Manchester United at the end of his contract, while manager Laurent Blanc also parted company with the French capital outfit having failed to make the required progress in the Champions League. Then on transfer deadline day, defender David Luiz rejoined his previous club Chelsea.

Blanc’s replacement is Unai Emery, who led Sevilla to three consecutive Europa League triumphs and so his record in continental competition was surely a big factor in his appointment. A third consecutive domestic treble also remains a target for the Spaniard.

New recruits to the playing staff at PSG included Real Madrid forward Jese, Poland international midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak, who was coached by Emery at Sevilla, Belgian right-back Thomas Meunier and former Newcastle United forward Hatem Ben Arfa, a big success with Nice last season. But as yet, they have not gelled as desired.

The same clubs have filled the top three finishing positions in the same order for the last two years in Ligue 1 but Lyon, runners-up to PSG in those seasons, are currently only fourth this time around as they prepare to visit Caen.

Monaco have finished third in each of the last two campaigns and they will hope to keep the pressure on Nice at the top of the table when they visit Marseille.


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