Sport Lille, PSG, Monaco, Lyon: Who has the best schedule?
Photo Charlene and Albert de Monaco: their adorable shot with Jacques and Gabriella for Easter
© Pool Monaco / Sipa Photo Charlene and Albert de Monaco: their adorable cliché with Jacques and Gabriella for Easter Friday 2 April 2021, Charlene and Albert From Monaco have published a cliché showing them with their children, Jacques and Gabriella, painting the Easter eggs. An adorable photograph where twins let go by making grimaces against their amused parents. A family like the others. Charlene and Albert de Monaco are like all parents.
Lille (1st, 69 points) Leader with three points ahead, the LOSC does not have a clear calendar to manage on this end of the season, with an organ point a displacement in Lyon (34th day), and Clashes against teams in struggle for the fifth place (Montpellier, Lens, Nice). But the formation of Christophe Galtier is the only one to no longer be concerned by the Coupe de France and the Champions League, and will therefore have the asset of the freshness. Calendar: Montpellier (D), Lyon, Nice (D), Lens, Saint-Etienne (D), Angers (e). POSITIVE POINTS: That the championship play, unlike the three competitors; Three points ahead of the ranking (but not the difference in goals on Paris), which gives a little Joker. Negative points: Difficult displacement in Lyon, a derby to play at Bollaert against lens in shape. PSG (2nd, 66 points) Always in the champions league and in France, Paris Saint-Germain will continue to play twice a week until early May, at least. The management of these infernal rates will be the key to the capital club, which has already lost eight times this season in the championship (a record in the top 4). Calendar: Saint-Etienne (D), Metz (E), Lens (D), Rennes (E), Reims (D), Brest (e). Positive points: No confrontation against a direct competitor, PSG has the easiest schedule on paper. Negative points: With C1 and Cup, PSG also has the busiest program, and from afar. Monaco (3rd, 65 points) ASM is the only team of the top 4 to have four matches outdoors over the last six days. This could be anecdotal because the advantage of playing home is less obvious this season with closed session. But the club of the Principality is the best home team at the Championship, with a defeat in Louis-II in 17 games. The OL, which will go on the rock during the 35th day, is notified ... Calendar: Bordeaux, Angers (E), Lyon (D), Reims (E), Rennes (D), Lens ( E). Positive points: a match in Louis-II against Lyon to mark its territory against OL in the race at the C1. Negative points: four matches outside in six days, a hard blow for the best team of the home season. Lyon (4th, 64 points) OL probably has the most unbalanced calendar, with three matches against teams struggling for their support (Nantes, Lorient and Nîmes), and especially two direct clashes against Monaco and Lille, who go Driek. It is double-edged, but at least the gones have some of their destiny in hands ... Calendar: Nantes, Lille (D), Monaco, Lorient (d), Nîmes (E), NICE (D). POSITIVE POINTS: To face Lille and Monaco, it's the best way to pick up points when you are fourth ... Negative points: OL will face only teams that have something to play in this end of the season.
Video: 33rd d. - Maignan, Lille Wall (Dailymotion)
Monaco Punishes OL .
© supplied by Sofoot pushed into the ropes in first period, AS Monaco knew how to cancel for qualifying for the semi-finals of the Coupe de France and eliminate OL, Wednesday night (0-2). These are the Monegasques with a series of eight games without taking any goal in the pockets. Lyon 0-2 Monaco Goals: Ben Yedder (53rd, S.P.) and Volland (61th) for ASM.