The Ligue 1 leaders AS Monaco could all but seal the title by winning this weekend over Lille. The fixture will take place on Sunday, May 14th (May 15th in IST).
Monaco Vs Lille French Ligue 1 May 14th 2017 Details
Monaco won the reverse game 4–1 back in September. Monaco have won 88% of their home games this season, the best record in Ligue 1.
Dates, Fixtures, Schedule
|United States of America (EST Eastern Standard Time)||14.05.2017 15:00 EST|
|England (GMT Europe Time) (United Kingdom)||14.05.2017 20:00 GMT+0|
|India (IST Indian Time)||15.05.2017 0:30 IST|
Stade Louis II, Monaco
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Monaco Vs Lille French Ligue 1 Live Online Commentary
After being knocked out from UEFA Champions League, Monaco turns their attention to Ligue 1 title. They have three games in reserve and need to pick up another 4 points to be crowned the new Ligue 1 champions. Two of their three remaining games this season are played at the home staidum Stade Louis II. Monaco haven’t lost a league match since the 1–3 home loss to Lyon on December 2016. They can boast of a 17 match unbeaten spell in the Ligue 1 and are currently on a 9 game winning streak. That loss to Lyon is their only home defeat in Ligue 1 this season, unless otherwise has been terrific in the matches at Stade Louis and won up 15 wins from 17 matches so far. As for Monaco team news: defender Almamy Toure is the only absentee for hosts.
On the other hand, the visitors Lille are having a forgettable season and would like to get into the summer break as soon as possible. They are 11th in the league and are poised to finish in the second half of the standings. Form-wise, Lille are doing well in recent weeks. Their form on the road is decent as they picked up 4 victories and 1 draw from the last six, losing just once. attacker Yassine Benzia, keeper Vincent Enyeama and central defender Franck Beria are all out of action with injuries at present.