PSG vs Nancy 18:00
Valenciennes vs Lille 21:00
AC Ajaccio vs Lorient
Troyes vs Reims
Evian vs Sochaux
Brest vs Toulouse
Nice vs Montpellier 15:00
Bordeaux vs Bastia 18:00
Lyon vs Marseille 22:00
PARIS – Olympique Marseille defender Rod Fanni wants the Ligue 1 title-chasers to send a message to the teams breathing down their neck when they face second-placed Olympique Lyon on Sunday
Marseille, aiming for a record-equalling 10th title, are third in the table, in the Champions League playoff spot, with 49 points from 27 games.
They lie five points behind leaders Paris St Germain, who reached the quarterfinals of the Champions League for the first time in 18 years on Wednesday after a 1-1 home draw against Valencia gave them a 3-2 aggregate win.
PSG have a home game against second-from-bottom Nancy on Saturday, and are three points adrift of Lyon.
“Lyon are a direct rival for the podium. This game is an opportunity to send a message to the teams who are chasing us,” Fanni said.
Marseille could rely on Amodou Sougou, who came on as a substitute to set up both goals in the team’s 2-1 comeback win against Troyes last weekend.
“I want to go step by step. It’s not because I was decisive in the previous game that I should start,” Sougou told om.net.