Guingamp v PSG Sat, 16:00 BST Live on Betfair Live Video
PSG are edging closer to full strength and Guingamp are likely to suffer at the hands of the side from the capital this weekend.
After sitting out PSG's 3-0 win over Caen last weekend Kylian Mbappe and Edinson Cavaniare set to play some part in this Saturday afternoon clash. Neymar was the only member of PSG's fabled attacking trio to feature last weekend and marked his return to action with a goal from the unusual centre-forward position he occupied.
The French media are awash with stories about Mbappe and Neymar vying for supremacy but at the time of writing the PSG squad are enjoying themselves under new manager Thomas Tuchel. There's less tension than there was under predecessor Unai Emery and PSG will be determined to profit from that by continuing their impressive start to the season.
Guingamp are willing but limited and will struggle to shut out PSG's multi-talented attacking players. Guingamp boss Antoine Kombouare - a PSG great involved in a number of big matches during PSG's 1990s pomp - will fire up his side but Guingamp's lack of quality in key areas of the pitch is an issue motivation alone cannot solve.
PSG won by three goals last weekend and a winning margin of two or more goals is likely this time, too.
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Goals on cards in Dijon
Dijon v Nantes Sat, 19:00 BST Live on Betfair Live Video
Dijon were one of Ligue 1's most entertaining sides last season and Nantes will join them in trying to play attractive football this season.
Under new manager Miguel Cardoso the Canaries are set on playing a possession-based game in which the full-backs push far higher up the field than they did under predecessor Claudio Ranieri. Nantes will also commit players forward from midfield, making the team altogether more pleasing to watch.
Defensively, however, Nantes were found wanting when they lost 3-1 at home to Monaco last weekend. Goals could be on the cards again this weekend given that both these sides are more effective on the front foot.
Dijon scored twice at Montpellier (2-1 win) last weekend and will be confident of finding the net at least once. They were the fifth-highest home scorers in Ligue 1 last season, with their 19 home fixtures averaging 3.31 goals a game.
Nantes will be keen to get their first points under new boss Cardoso and prove their new way of playing can be successful. Given how the game's set to pan out, however, the odds on both teams finding the net appeals more strongly than back either of these sides to emerge with all three points.
Payet set to inspire Marseille win
Nimes v Marseille Sun, 20:00 BST Live on BT Sport 3 and Betfair Live Video
Nimes ran out thrilling 4-3 winners at Angers last weekend but are set to come unstuck in Sunday night's showdown at Stade des Costieres in the south of France.
On their first game back in France's top division after 25 years away the Crocodiles snapped back at Angers after going 3-1 down last Saturday, scoring three times in the final 15 minutes to claim a sensational win.
Having turned Nimes into Ligue 2's most attack-minded side last season, manager Bernard Blaquart said before the current campaign kicked-off that he would instruct his players to go out and play in exactly the same swashbuckling style in the top flight. The manner of Nimes' remarkable win at Angers shows he wasn't bluffing.
Nimes' cavalier attitude is likely to prove their undoing this weekend, however. If the hosts go toe-to-toe attack-wise against Marseille, there'll be only one winner.
Marseille underlined their status as one of Ligue 1's best attacking sides with their 4-0 win over Toulouse last Friday night. Dimitri Payet was on the scoreline twice as l'OM produced a fantastic second-half performance.
World Cup winner Florian Thauvin scored after coming off the bench and looks set to start this weekend. That spells bad news for Nimes, who lack the defensive tactics and personnel to shut out the visitors, a far more complete and established force at this level.
PSG -1.5&-2.0 Asian Handicap at Guingamp @ 1.91
Dijon v Nantes ‘Yes’ in Both Teams to Score? market @ 1.85