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How to watch Lorient vs PSG and all Matchday 19 games in Ligue 1

December 20, 2021 By Oscar Rojas
By the time these games are done, we will have reached the halfway point of the 2021-22 season. Keep track of all matches that will take place on Sunday.

Matchday 19 in Ligue 1 is about to start, and with all games taking place at the same time, you will really need to keep in mind which teams are paired up against each other and what could be at stake for all clubs in the final matchday of a hectic 2021.

Wednesday will be packed of games in the French top-flight, and even if PSG have secured a comfortable lead, the teams behind them still have a lot to look for as we enter the second half of the campaign. Teams such as Marseille or Rennes have had a solid season so far, but other such as defending champions Lille or Monaco have not lived up to the hype surrounding them. Hence, those with a good season to support their deeds will want to finish the year on a high note, and those trying to get back to European competition spots could take this as the turning point of their campaigns.

Here is a general state of the competition as we put an end to the first half of the campaign in Ligue 1.

Top five teams in Ligue 1 ahead of Matchday 19

As mentioned before, PSG have secured the top spot to themselves after 18 games, and the fight for the second place will have Olympique Marseille, Rennes and Nice going toe-to-toe for the runners-up spot, as there are only two points between the blue and white side and the black-and-red team coached by Christophe Galtier. Montpellier complete the top five spots, with a legitimate chance of ending the first half of the season in third place.

Top games to watch on Matchday 19 games in Ligue 1

Lorient vs PSG: The most interesting game of the day will feature the favorites to win the title making a trip to face the next-to-last team in the league. It seems like a proper occasion for Messi and Co. to expand their goalscoring numbers, which are the best in the league. Lorient have lost nine of their last twelve and their las win came in September, which makes us believe that it would take a miracle for the orange and white side to beat Les Parisiens' all-star squad.

Nice vs Lens: Les Aiglons have been quite consistent during the season, and their clash against Lens should be quite entertaining to watch. Nice have won four of their previous six, while their rivals this Wednesday are winless in their last five (three draws, two losses), which could be an indication of things to come. On top of that, it will be a game between the fourth and the sixth-ranked teams, and that should give you an idea of what to expect when these teams lock horns at Allianz Riviera.

Olympique Marseille vs Reims: Les Olympiens want to finish the year on a high note, and what better way to do so than beating Reims, an up and coming team that has defeated teams such as Lyon, Rennes or Nantes, who have been fighting for European tournament spots all season long. Both teams have won three of their last four games in the French tournament, and adding one more win to their records will surely come in handy for their respective purposes.

Who's in and who's out for Matchday 19 games in Ligue 1?

Lille: No missing players.

Nice: Injured: Robson Bambu.

Olympique Lyonnais: Injured: Jeff Reine-Adelaide, Lenny Pintor. Doubtful: Jason Denayer, Sinaly Diomandé.

Olympique Marseille: No missing players.

PSG: Injured: Neymar, Julian Draxler. Doubtful: Sergio Ramos.

Full list of games for Matchday 19 games in Ligue 1


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