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Ligue 1 Predictions, Live Stream and Odds 2022-23

After a Covid stricken season, Ligue 1 leaps on all four to kickstart the 2021-22 season. Lille trifled PSG and other clubs to become the champions last year. Uber Eats is the sponsor for this season too. Some drama is going behind the field too.

The TV rights issue has been running behind the screen for almost a year. It erupted like a volcano this season. Amazon and Canal+ will cover the games. Transfers and deals are hugely affected, key players from the clubs have departed. This season kicked off on August 6, 2021, and will continue till 21 May 2022.

How to Live Stream Ligue 1?

Firstly, you can live stream all Ligue 1 matches from anywhere in the world if you have an account with

Domestically, the Ligue 1 broadcasters are beIn Sports and Canal+, both are paid-TV channels offering live and on-demand streams through their online platforms and mobile apps.

In the US, beIN Sports and TV5 Etats Unis have acquired their fair share of rights to broadcast each game.

In the UK, BT Sport is to broadcast each game of the 2021-22 Ligue 1.

In Canada, beIN Sports, TV5 Quebec Canada and One Soccer cover all the live action from France for this season.

In Australia, beIN Sports is the go-to channel.

Amazon Prime members can live stream Ligue 1 games through Le Pass Ligue 1 channel, on a monthly subscription basis.

Ligue 1 Outright Odds

The outright odds for all the French contenders to win the Ligue 1 title this season is derived from the site and clearly mentioned below:



Ligue 1 Weekly Odds

This week’s schedule and odds of Ligue 1 matches and their odds derived from are mentioned below:


Here’s BettingPremier’s take on the major games on Ligue 1 Matchday 24:

Paris SG vs Rennes

Paris Saint-Germain play host to Rennes at Parc des Princes this Friday on Matchday 24 of the Ligue 1 campaign. The Parisian thrashed the defending champions Lille 5-1 on the road to go 13 points clear of second-placed Marseille at the top of the standings. The sail towards the tenth Ligue 1 seems smooth for Mauricio Pochettino’s men but the pre-quarter defeat to Nice in the French Cup was a big blow to them. Lionel Messi found his second league goal for PSG against Lille while Danilo Pereira netted home a brace. A huge Champions League game against Real Madrid is around the corner in the backdrop of speculations surroundings Kylian Mbappe’s potential move to Madrid by the end of the season. Diallo and Gueye are yet to join the squad after the Africa Cup of Nations while Di Maria, Icardi, Herrera, Ramos and Wijnaldum are on the treatment table. Rennes fell to fifth in the standings having endured three defeats in the last five outings. They come off a 2-0 win over midtable Brest thanks to goals by Gaetan Laborde and Martin Terrier. Doku, Gelin, Salin and Tait are out with injuries while Gomis has not joined the squad yet after national duty. PSG will rout the visitors in this fixture.

Lyon vs Nice

Lyon and Nice lock horns with each other at the former’s home Parc Olympique Lyonnais this coming Saturday on Matchday 24 of the French Ligue 1 season. Lyon’s hopes of making Europe next season remain slim as they were beaten 2-0 by Monaco the gone weekend to snap the former’s seven-game unbeaten streak. Les Gones are languishing at eighth place and it’s high time they pushed harder if they plan on finishing in European qualifier places. The recent resurgence that includes a victory over Marseille is a good sign but at this point of the season, Lyon need to be more consistent. Ndombele has returned to Lyon after a frustrating spell in the Premier League with Tottenham. The club is also interested in resigning Alexandre Lacazette who is likely to leave Arsenal when his contract ends at the end of this season. Nice fell to third in the table following the 1-0 defeat at the hands of newly-promoted Clermont Foot last time out. Nice take on Marseille in the Coupe de France quarterfinal on Wednesday before heading for the Lyon game. Lyon will likely edge the visitors in this clash to move up the standings.

Metz vs Marseille

Marseille meet Metz at Stade Saint-Symphorien this Sunday on Matchday 24 of the Ligue 1 campaign. The Phocaeans made amends for the loss to Lyon by routing Angers 5-2 on Friday and reclaimed the second spot from Nice in the process. Arkadiusz Milik scored a blistering hat-trick for Marseille while Cengiz Under netted home a volley and set Milik for one after coming off the bench in the second half. Finishing in Champions League places will be the Olympians’ main objective as catching PSG at the summit is a nearly impossible task.  It has been the defence that gets the job done this season with a league-high 50 per cent clean sheets. Marseille take on Nice in the French Cup quarter-finals on Wednesday before hitting the road for the Metz game. Metz have won just four matches played this season and remain in relegation playoffs places. They are coming off a goalless draw against Troyes following the 2-0 loss to Nice. Metz look nothing like the side that finished midtable last season. Marseille will pull away with a comfortable win.


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