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Sunday's Ligue 1 predictions including Paris Saint-Germain vs. Lyon

Sports Mole provides score predictions and previews for all of today's Ligue 1 fixtures, including

Lille vs. Strasbourg (Sunday, 2.00pm)

Lille celebrate scoring against Aston Villa on April 18, 2024.© Reuters

Lille's attempt to secure Champions League football will continue on Sunday when they host Strasbourg in their latest Ligue 1 encounter.

The visitors are unbeaten in their previous four matches and are focused on advancing to the top half of the table.

We say: Lille 2-1 Strasbourg

Lille will look to put European disappointment behind them on Sunday, and three points that would edge them closer to the Champions League would be the perfect way to do that.

Strasbourg are in good form as of late, which should lead to a competitive match, but the hosts should ultimately have too much quality.

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Reims vs. Montpellier (Sunday, 2.00pm)

Reims' Marshall Munetsi celebrates scoring their first goal with teammates on March 10, 2024© Reuters

As the Ligue 1 run-in begins to heat up, Reims will continue to try and make a late push to qualify for European football when they host Montpellier HSC on Sunday.

The visitors have been trying to pull away from the relegation zone lately and will look to increase that gap this weekend.

We say: Reims 1-1 Montpellier HSC

Reims sit higher in the league table which will make them the favourites on paper, but the recent form of each team would tell a different story.

The visitors have been consistently picking up results lately, and that trend could continue this weekend with a draw away from home.

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Le Havre vs. Metz (Sunday, 2.00pm)

Le Havre's Mohamed Bayo reacts on December 3, 2023© Reuters

Two teams battling relegation come together on Sunday afternoon when Le Havre host Metz at the Stade Oceane in Ligue 1.

The hosts are just two points better off than their opponents, who currently reside in 17th and in the relegation zone with five games left to play.

We say: Le Havre 1-2 Metz

Le Havre come into this game having won just one of their last 12 games across all competitions, and with Metz winning three of their last six, the visitors come into this one in much better form.

While the visitors have failed to beat the hosts since 2014, we believe that their recent performances and results leave them as the favourites to win this one.

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Brest vs. Monaco (Sunday, 4.05pm)

Brest coach Eric Roy on February 4, 2024© Reuters

Arguably the standout game of this weekend in Ligue 1 pits second against third when Brest host Monaco at the Stade Francis-Le Ble on Sunday afternoon.

The two sides currently occupy the automatic qualification spots for next season's Champions League and will be aiming to hold off fourth-placed Lille from catching them, with Paulo Fonseca's team within four points of the two.

We say: Brest 2-2 Monaco

While Monaco come into this game in better form, going without defeat in their last six fixtures, Brest's home form will make this an extremely difficult match for the two sides, leaving us expecting a draw.

Both teams have scored their fair share of goals this season, and we expect that attacking prowess to be shown in this one.

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Toulouse vs. Marseille (Sunday, 6.00pm)

Toulouse coach Carles Martinez reacts on February 15, 2024© Reuters

Aiming to extend their unbeaten to four matches in the league, Toulouse will welcome Europe-chasing Marseille to Stadium de Toulouse on Sunday night for a Ligue 1 clash.

Les Violets secured a comeback victory at the home of Rennes last time out, whereas Les Olympiens completed a fightback of their own on the continental stage earlier this week.

We say: Toulouse 1-1 Marseille

With both sides fairly equal in terms of league position, we are expecting a close match between Toulouse and Marseille at Stadium de Toulouse on Sunday.

Les Violets have been afforded longer to prepare for this clash due to Les Olympiens' European exploits, and we reckon that the hosts will be good enough to force a share of the spoils.

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PSG vs. Lyon (Sunday, 8.00pm)

Paris Saint-Germain's  (PSG) Kylian Mbappe with teammates celebrate after the match on April 16, 2024© Reuters

Aiming to take a further step towards the French crown, Paris Saint-Germain will welcome Europe-chasing Lyon to Parc des Princes for a Ligue 1 clash on Sunday night.

Les Parisiens enjoyed a memorable night in the Champions League on Tuesday, whilst Les Gones are coming into this fixture after a seven-goal thriller with Brest last time out.

We say: Paris Saint-Germain 1-1 Lyon

After the elation of Tuesday night, we are expecting a potentially limp performance from PSG on Sunday, when Lyon could end up earning a result from their visit to the French capital.

Les Gones are enjoying a good run of form and will be confident of upsetting the odds at Parc des Princes this weekend.

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