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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:



Ligue 1 Weekly Odds

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


BettingPremier’s take on the midweek games on Matchday 20:

Bordeaux vs Marseille

Bordeaux welcome Marseille to Matmut Atlantique on Matchday 20 of Ligue 1. The hosts are clinging to the grey zone while facing the problem of a long list of absentees. Les Girondins lost their first game of the fresh year earlier against Brest 3-0 in the Coupe de France knockout stage. Before that, in the league, Lille outsmarted Bordeaux with ease 2-3. Bordeaux finished the first half with a goal ahead of Lille. Holding on to the lead is the headache for Bordeaux. The players who will be absent either due to injury or national duty or Covid for Bordeaux are Bakwa, Baysse, Gregersen, Kwateng, Lacoux, Mara, Mensah, Mexer, Onana, Oudin, Poussin and Sissokho. In Marseille, Dimitri Payet has been impactful both in the midfield and in front of the goal. Bamba Dieng’s suspension will hurt them though Jorge Sampaoli will worry little to none about the minnows. The title race is nearly lost but Nice are blocking the group stage qualification to Champions League next year. Marseille’s aim will be that and they will remove Bordeaux from the pathway in this fixture.

Lens vs Rennes

Dropping their crown or stature they had in the early stages of the season, Lens face a Rennes side on a similar track at Stade Bollaert-Delelis. Lens have a better track record at home, conceding just nine on whole and going lossless in the past five home fixtures. The 19-year-old Arnaud Kalimuendo has created an impression with his six goals. Deiver Machado is recovering from a knee injury. Collecting three defeats in the past five games, Rennes are losing their grip at the top. Martin Terrier has scored nine goals while Gaetan has netted six so far. Birger Meling and Romain Salin are on the injured list. Despite their fallout, Rennes still have a good goal difference. A draw will perhaps be the result of this fixture.

Lyon vs Paris SG

Lyon and Paris SG lock horns at Parc Olympique Lyonnais this coming Sunday. Three weeks ago, a French Cup tie between Lyon and PSG was abandoned due to fan violence in the venue. Similar incidents have unfolded in Ligue 1 before this season. Lyon are far from the promotion spots which they were comfortably sitting in last season. They enter this game on the back of three draws, four if the Europa League is also taken into account. Henrique, Sinaly Diomande and Jason Denayer are on the treatment table. Though the Parisians form has dwindled before the break, the lack of quality among other clubs has kept them afloat at the top. Paris SG separate themselves from the rest by a huge margin, Nice are 13 points behind PSG in the second place. While Lionel Messi tested positive for Covid earlier, the situation has changed and he might star in this fixture. Neymar is out, Julian Draxler, Danilo, Juan Bernat and Gianluigi Donnarumma are the other names on the injury list. The Parisians should triumph in this on the road fixture with ease.


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