Metz v PSG
Fri, 19:45 BST
Live on BT Sport 3
There are doubts over the fitness and freshness of PSG's star players after the international break but even at half-strength the runaway Ligue 1 favourites (PSG are currently 1.08 to regain the title) ought to win comfortably this weekend.
Metz are rooted to the foot of the table after losing four out of four games this season. They're almost certain to face a relegation battle, meaning this could conceivably be PSG's easiest away game of the campaign.
There's a risk PSG may ease off if and when they go a couple of goals up - especially with the Champions League group stages getting under way next week - but they've already won 3-0 at Guingamp this season and have a wealth of options up front. It's also worth noting that any attacking substitutes that come on will have a point to prove after being pushed down the pecking order by Neymar and Kylian Mbappe (with the latter expected to make his debut this weekend).
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Recommended Bet
PSG -2.5 Asian handicap @ 1.90

Troyes v Toulouse
Sat, 19:00 BST
After making a good start to the season the reality of life in Ligue 1 has bitten for Troyes. The promoted side picked up four points from their opening two matches but have since lost against Nantes (1-0) and Bordeaux (2-1), struggling to impress on each occasion.
Toulouse have won two and lost two but their two losses came against last season's top two, Monaco and PSG. They beat Montpellier (1-0) and Rennes (3-2) and have the makings of a good side: centre-backs Christopher Jullien and Issa Diop are totemic presences in both penalty areas, while Max Gradel and Jimmy Durmaz are useful attacking foils for strikers Ola Toivonen and Andy Delort.
Troyes are a good footballing side but can be found wanting athletically and may struggle to fend off more physical opponents. Look out for Jullien and Diop excelling at attacking set-pieces, and back the visitors to avoid defeat.
Recommended Bet
Toulouse Draw No Bet @ 1.85

Marseille v Rennes
Sun, 20:00 BST
Live on BT Sport 2
Marseille will be smarting from their 6-1 defeat at Monaco a fortnight ago and that humiliating setback will make them all the more determined to bounce back by winning this weekend.
It's safe to assume Marseille will post an attacking performance. The hosts may be more potent in attack than in recent outings as Dimitri Payet is set to return from injury.
Rennes are yet to win this season and cannot afford to sit back as their defending has left much to be desired this season (eight goals conceded in four matches). Instead they'll look to exploit weakness in the hosts' defence: for Marseille, Brazil holding midfielder Luiz Gustavo is suspended, centre-back Adil Rami is out and fellow centre-back Aymen Abdennour, who joined on transfer deadline day, will take time to settle in.
All things considered an attacking encounter is likely.
Recommended Bet
Over 2.5 Goals @ 1.85

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