PSG v Amiens (1st v 13th) Sat, 16:00 BST Live on Betfair Live Video
PSG are looking to make it 10 out of 10 victories since the start of the season and are a good bet to win convincingly at Parc des Princes on Saturday afternoon.
Thomas Tuchel's side have played some outstanding football and Christophe Pelissier's limited visitors look likely to be their latest victims.
Tuchel has given his South American players extra days off following the international break but the likes of Neymar and Edinson Cavani are expected to take part.
Amiens are at best a mid-table team and it's hard to see them putting up meaningful resistance, even if PSG rest and rotate a couple of players.
Paris have won 11 out of 12 games in all competitions this season and eight of those 11 victories came by a margin of three or more goals.
At home PSG are even more dominant: five of their six victories have been by three or more goals, with an average positive goal difference per game of 3.67 in front of their own fans.
The hosts are a strong selection on the Asian Handicap. For a guide to Asian Handicap betting, click here.
More misery on cards for Nantes
Nantes v Toulouse (19th v 8th) Sat, 19:00 BST Live on Betfair Live Video
No matter how you look at it, Nantes' price of 2.06 to collect all three points this weekend is impossible to justify.
The Canaries sit second bottom in the Ligue 1 standings and have won just one of their opening nine matches.
Nantes' change of manager earlier this month didn't have the desired immediate impact. New boss Vahid Halilhodzic oversaw a 3-0 defeat at Bordeaux in Nantes' last outing a fortnight ago just a few days after he replaced sacked Miguel Cardoso.
Former Nantes playing legend Halilhodzic's subsequent admission that Nantes' problems ran deeper than he had realised hardly inspires optimism and suggests the club's problems may get worse before they get better.
Toulouse have made a far more satisfying start to the season and travel to north-west France under relatively little pressure. Their W3-D4-L2 record shows they're difficult to beat and their only defeats - at the hands of Marseille and St Etienne - were against better teams than Nantes.
At 4.20, Toulouse are a tempting bet, although Toulouse's high draw rate needs taking into account. The Draw is 3.45, or alternatively you can lay Nantes at around evens.
Bordeaux revival set to continue
Montpellier v Bordeaux (4th v 7th) Sun, 14:00 BST Live on BT Sport ESPN and Betfair Live Video
Improving Bordeaux's chances of avoiding defeat at Stade de la Mosson on Sunday afternoon are underrated.
Ricardo Gomes is back in charge for his second spell as manager and Bordeaux's performances and results have improved since the one-time Brazil centre-back replaced the sacked Gustavo Poyet.
Bordeaux have won three and drawn one of their last four matches, scoring three times in victories at home to struggling Nantes (3-0) and away to bottom club Guingamp (3-1).
Montpellier will pose a stiffer challenge but Bordeaux can draw confidence from the fact that one of the opponents they defeated during their current good run of results was Lille (1-0), riding high in second place in the standings.
Montpellier are another top-five side and have won their last two home matches but their longer-term form in front of their own fans is unimpressive (just seven wins in 24 fixtures since the start of last season).
Playmaker Florent Mollet and left wing-back Ambroise Oyongo are missing for the hosts. Without the pair Montpellier look less-equipped to trouble a Bordeaux side moving forward at the moment.
PSG -2.5&-3.0 Asian Handicap v Amiens @ 1.91
Lay Nantes at home to Toulouse @ 2.06
Bordeaux +0&+0.5 Asian Handicap at Montpellier @ 2.10