Angers v Lyon (10th v 5th) Sat, 16:00 BST Live on Betfair Live Video
This is the sort of fixture Lyon ought to win comfortably. They look the strongest bet to finish as runners-up to PSG this season and clearly have the talent to collect all three points this weekend.
Injured Nabil Fekir is unlikely to play any part but even without him Lyon have the attacking firepower to overcome willing but limited hosts. Moussa Dembele, Memphis Depay and Bertrand Traore have all provided moments of quality this season and were excellent at times in Lyon's 3-3 Champions League draw at Hoffenheim on Wednesday night.
Mid-table is the best Angers can realistically aim for this campaign. Stephane Moulin's side lacks a striker capable of scoring 10 goals a season and will struggle to get back into the match if they fall behind.
Nantes' revival set to continue
Amiens v Nantes (17th v 18th) Sat, 19:00 BST Live on Betfair Live Video
The momentum is firmly with Nantes heading into this battle of sides struggling near the foot of the table.
Nantes recorded their most emphatic victory of the season vs Toulouse (4-0) last weekend and will be keen to build on that impressive display.
The victory over Toulouse was vindication for two people at Nantes. The first is manager Vahid Halilhodzic, who took charge for just the second time after being appointed during the recent international break. Judging by the way the players supported the man on the ball and celebrated their goals together, it's clear that team spirit has already improved under the new boss.
Striker Emiliano Sala also enjoyed the afternoon as he scored a hat-trick. He fell out of favour under ex-Nantes boss Miguel Cardoso but has bounced back spectacularly and will look to add further goals this weekend. Sala is undoubtedly Nantes' best finisher, as his tally of seven goals in nine games at a rate of a goal every 82 minutes this season shows.
Amiens are a well-organised but limited side that will struggle to contain visitors that played so effervescently last weekend. Despite making some interesting signings over the summer - Iran international Saman Ghoddos and Brazil international Paulo Ganso among them - Christophe Pelissier's side have yet to impress.
Lack of goals the issue for Guingamp
Guingamp v Strasbourg (20th v 7th) Sat, 19:00 BST Live on Betfair Live Video
Guingamp's striking problems are the main reason Strasbourg ought to avoid defeat this weekend.
The hosts are Ligue 1's second-lowest scorers - they've netted just six times in 10 games. Strikers Nolan Roux and Marcus Thuram will be absent this weekend, leaving former Lille man Ronny Rodelin - yet to score in 210 minutes of football this season - as their only established front player.
Strasbourg are unbeaten in three games (W2-D1-L0) and have played some tremendous football this season. They've lost only three games all season, and were unlucky in two of those defeats. A visit to face Ligue 1's bottom club will hold no fears for them.
'Le Classique' to turn into a stroll
Marseille v PSG (4th v 1st) Live on BT Sport 1 and Betfair Live Video Sun, 20:00 GMT
This clash of famous old rivals from the 1980s and 1990s will end up being a mismatch if PSG play close to their potential. The visitors are 1.50 favourites and have the potential to turn this encounter at Stade Velodrome into a one-sided affair.
Marseille's unimpressive start to the campaign continued with their 3-1 Europa League home defeat to Lazio on Thursday night. The Serie A visitors were comfortably the better side and Marseille could have lost even more heavily.
An on-pitch row between Adil Rami and Dimitri Payet towards the end of the night spoke of tensions within the squad. Marseille manager Rudi Garcia admitted after the match that his side had been outplayed "in all aspects of the game."
Marseille's defensive record is the main reason we favour the visitors. Marseille have conceded 16 goals in 10 games - the division's joint-second-worst record - and leaked a further seven goals in three Europa League fixtures. A settled and established back four has yet to emerge, with several players out of form, or being used out of position, or both.
PSG's formidable front four of Kylian Mbappe, Neymar, Angel Di Maria and Edinson Cavani - who have 25 Ligue 1 goals and counting between them - will be licking their lips at the prospect of facing such floundering defenders. PSG-PSG Half time/Full time is worth considering, but we prefer backing the visitors on the Asian Handicap.