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Ligue 1 Predictions, Live Stream and Odds 2021-22

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:

11Clermont Foot501.00
12St Etienne751.00
Odds last updated on:14/10/21 16:00:05 GMT. Subjected to change



Ligue 1 Weekly Odds

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

DateGameHome WinDrawAway Win
15 Oct 21 20:00PSG vs Angers1.305.759.00Bet Now
16 Oct 21 16:00Clermont Foot vs Lille3.303.302.25Bet Now
16 Oct 21 20:00Lyon vs Monaco2.203.603.10Bet Now
17 Oct 21 12:00Troyes vs Nice4.333.601.85Bet Now
17 Oct 21 14:00Bordeaux vs Nantes2.803.302.55Bet Now
17 Oct 21 14:00Brest vs Reims2.303.203.30Bet Now
17 Oct 21 14:00Metz vs Rennes4.333.601.83Bet Now
17 Oct 21 14:00Strasbourg vs St Etienne2.053.403.60Bet Now
17 Oct 21 16:00Montpellier vs Lens3.103.502.25Bet Now
17 Oct 21 19:45Marseille vs Lorient1.504.336.50Bet Now
24 Oct 21 14:00Lens vs Metz1.604.205.25Bet Now
23 Oct 21 20:00Lille vs Brest1.534.335.75Bet Now
24 Oct 21 14:00Lorient vs Bordeaux2.053.503.50Bet Now
24 Oct 21 19:45Marseille vs PSG5.504.331.55Bet Now
24 Oct 21 16:00Monaco vs Montpellier1.365.007.50Bet Now
23 Oct 21 16:00Nantes vs Clermont Foot2.053.503.50Bet Now
24 Oct 21 12:00Nice vs Lyon2.553.752.55Bet Now
24 Oct 21 14:00Reims vs Troyes2.153.403.50Bet Now
24 Oct 21 14:00Rennes vs Strasbourg1.903.504.00Bet Now
22 Oct 21 20:00St Etienne vs Angers2.373.402.90Bet Now
Odds last updated on:14/10/21 16:00:09 GMT. Subjected to change


Nasser Al-Khelaifi’s tentacles run wide and deep into the global football arena. Expressing his concerns about holding FIFA World Cup every two years, the CEO of PSG is the epitome of financial soundness. Away from the PSG camp, Marseille, Lens and Angers are putting forth notable performances in the French league. Lyon and Lille are struggling, the latter more than the former. BettingPremier’s take on the midweek games in France is as follows.

Lille vs Reims

Lille are making everyone wonder if they are the same side who clinched the title a few months back. King Burak Yilmaz should be looking for a successor, he missed a creamy pass in the second half and fumbled with the Lens’ goal stopper Jean-Louis Leca to lose another opportunity. Except for a sole victory against Montpellier 2-1, Lille have staggered heavily. Even the table dwellers Metz gave them a hard time on the opening day 3-3. Jonathan Bamba and Renato Sanchez are valuable assets absent from the squad owing to injuries. Reims, on the other hand, are devastated by injuries. Cafaro, Doumbia, Hornby, Toure and Zeneli make the list. Despite that, Oscar Garcia has prevented huge destruction for the side so far. Garcia chose the unorthodox 3-1-4-2 to share the spoils with Lorient 0-0. Stade Pierre-Mauroy might see another draw on Matchday 7.

Angers vs Marseille

The only fascinating fixture of the week, Angers and Marseille lock horns with each other at Stade Raymond-Kopa, coming Wednesday. Off to a bright start this season, Angers fell headfirst against Nantes 1-4 past Sunday. In quick succession, Girotto, Blas and Kolo Muani all scored a goal each within the first 25 minutes. While the first Ludovic Blas’ strike was a penalty shot, his 79th-minute strike was brilliant. Angers’ firepower originates from the back and midfield, for the most part, Gerard Baticle has a plethora of young options. The youngster Mohamed-Ali Cho has a great chance to prove himself. Winning four of their five games, Marseille are on cloud nine. Bamba Dieng, Cengiz Under and Dimitri Payet have three goals each to their names. Alvaro Gonzalez is serving a suspension and Arkadiusz Milik hasn’t played a game yet this season. The visitors are on the road favourites but they haven’t faced a top-half club-like Angers. The hosts might hold the visitors at bay.

Lyon vs Troyes

On Matchday 7, Lyon and Troyes play at Parc Olympique Lyonnais coming Thursday. Tormented by a muscle injury to Moussa Dembele, Lyon faced defeat at Parc des Princes 2-1 on Sunday. The striker might return to fitness on Thursday. Creative midfielder Lucas Paqueta has slotted in three goals so far. Leo Dubois, Thiago Mendes and Tino Kadewere are on the injured list. Despite a rough start, Troyes are doing well for a promoted club. The club based within the bounds of the Champagne wine region has enough to stave off relegation. But, the average age of the club suggests a bleak future. Renaud Ripart is on the treatment table for a groin injury. The travellers will try their level best but Lyon will emerge a victor.

Metz vs Paris SG

Sides from either end of the table meet on Wednesday as Metz host Paris SG at Stade Municipal Saint-Symphorien. There is Paris and there is the rest of the French league. The transfer window brought unlimited possibilities to the French club and the Parisians secured it with both hands. Packing a force in the final third is one thing, managing it is another. Argentine Mauricio Pochettino is left with that unenviable task. His copatriot Messi gave an unsatisfied look as the coach substituted him in the second half. On top of all that, media is forming uncanny pressure around him. Marco Verratti is dealing with his knee injury and Sergio Ramos hasn’t played a game yet since his transfer. There is not a flicker of hope for Metz in the French campaign. Pulling off an upset against Lille 3-3 in the opener felt dreamy, the fantasy clouds have disappeared almost a month later. An own goal by Arthur Desmas of Clermont is the last, in the account of Metz, three games later. Comparatively, the interim coach Vincent Hognon did a better job last season. Though taking Metz to the first division was Frederic Antonetti, his methods are highly ineffective. The Parisians will enjoy dinner with three points on Wednesday.


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