In confidence, OM moves onto the PSG lawn on Sunday evening for a clash between runner-up and leader.
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No, we will not make you dangle the slightest stake for the title of champion of France. Seven days to go, their twelve-point lead over OM gives PSG too big a lead to be caught in the lead. An Olympian victory at the Parc des Princes, Sunday April 17 at 9 p.m., would not change much. However, this Classic retains a real sporting challenge. Second in Ligue 1 before this 32nd day, Marseille cannot afford to leave points on the way. Rennes, still 3 pts despite their defeat against Monaco (2-3), intends to take advantage of the slightest misstep from Marseille.
Even if it is difficult to portray him as a favorite in the capital, OM approach this trip with maximum confidence, with eight successes in a row. But once their disappointment in Madrid has been digested, PSG have recovered from the hair of the beast and remain on two convincing successes. Enough to stop the Marseille machine and redeem the surprise defeat last year (0-1)? This is one of the last challenges of the Parisian season.