• Lille remain on two wins at home in Ligue 1 and want to achieve the pass of three against a rival for Europe.
  • OL, who have just drawn against Lorient at home, stagnate in the soft underbelly of the championship.
  • The match will be played on the pitch of the Stade Pierre-Mauroy, which can accommodate 50,000 spectators.

The 27th matchday of the League opens with a clash between former champions of France. Lille receives OL for a duel between contenders for Europe. The Dogues can dream of qualifying for the Champions League, while OL can still believe in Europe, thanks to its ranking in Ligue 1 or a victory in the final of the Coupe de France (they are in the semi-finals).

The last match between the two teams was won by Lyon on penalties, on February 8, in the 8th final of the Coupe de France.

At what time and on which channel to watch Lille - OL live?

The match corresponding to the 27th matchday of Ligue 1 between Lille and Lyon will be broadcast on Amazon Prime, for subscribers, at 21pm. You can also follow the match Lille - Lyon live on "20 Minutes" via our live commentary.

The Lille must chain

With the 4th best attack in Ligue 1, the Dogues can claim a place in the Champions League next season. But they need to correct their defensive shortcomings (8th defense in the championship), which are one of the main reasons for the uneven results.

Paulo Fonseca's men can count on their Canadian striker Jonathan David, author of 16 goals in Ligue 1, as Wissam Ben Yedder (only two goals from Kylian Mbappe).

With Monaco, Marseille, Lens, Rennes and Nice as competitors, the Dogues must take points quickly. They have just won three games in five games but conceded the draw against the Lensois in the derby last weekend.

At home, Lille remain on 10 matches without defeat, their best run since December 2020.

Lacazette, saviour for Lyon

OL had a great opportunity to revive last weekend by passing Lorient. But a new draw, against the Merlus, came to curb the ardor of the Gones.

Olympique Lyonnais is having a mixed season with a disappointing tenth place. Laurent Blanc's players remain, like Lillois, on three wins out of the last five games. But they lost points against teams within their reach (Auxerre, Brest, Strasbourg, Nantes...)

We must now beat the big teams to hope to climb up the rankings.

Even if he has trained with the group and will be on the trip, Alexandre Lacazette should not be a starter. We will therefore find in attack Cherki, Sarr and Dembélé.

Lyon are hoping for the return of their top scorer against Nantes. In the meantime, a victory against Lille would erase (a little) the clouds hovering over Lyon on the extra-sporting level.

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  • Alexandre Lacazette