LCDE – All-Star Championship: FF’s advice for the 4th day of Ligue 1


The 4th day of Ligue 1 begins this Friday, on the occasion of the trip from Nîmes to the lawn of Olympique Lyonnais. FF gives you his advice for the All-Star Championship.


Beautiful posters are on the program for this 4th day of Ligue 1. First, theOlympique Lyonnais, which receives Nîmes this Friday, must revive after his defeat in Montpellier on Tuesday. Rudi Garcia’s men hope to return to Europe next season. Monaco, winner of Nantes this weekend, makes a complicated trip to Rennes, surprising leader of the Championship. Finally, the poster for this 4th day will be the trip of the LOSC to the Stade Vélodrome. The Mastiffs will face theIF, winners of Paris Saint-Germain in the Classic.

Compose your team now on the All-Star Championship

Good news, due to the possibility of many matches being postponed, “last minute” changes are now available in the game! The principle is simple: you have the budget you had at the end of the day in question to make changes. You have – for a few credits – the possibility of buying and selling players whose match has not yet been played because it has been postponed. Please note, however, that the players you select will only be positioned for the day in question, and they will not be transferred to your team for the following days.

The gardians

It is essential: Exceptional. This is how to summarize the provision of Steve Mandanda against PSG, during the Classic. The Marseille goalkeeper disgusted the Parisians by notably making high class stops. Amateur of big matches, he should do the same against Lille. In front of his audience.

It’s trying: With two clean sheets in two games, Jessy Moulin impresses in the cages of AS Saint-Etienne. There is no doubt of his ability to do it again on the lawn of FC Nantes.

We take the risk: Despite his seven goals conceded in two matches, Gautier Larsonneur is a bet to be attempted. Author of a beautiful 2019-20 year, the 23-year-old goalkeeper has gained strength in Dijon, where he has risen to the task. A second game without a goal conceded cannot be ruled out against Lorient.

The defenders

It is essential: Back in the Parisian group after being affected by the Covid-19, Marquinhos stands out as the most logical choice for this 4th day. The Brazilian has already brought a little serenity in the Parisian defense against Metz (1-0).

It’s trying: New Lensoise recruit this summer, Facundo Medina won in the defense of the Sang et Or. Against Lorient, the Argentinean delivered a superb performance, rewarded with a goal. He should keep his confidence for the reception of Bordeaux.

We take the risk: Scorer and decisive passer against Dijon, Romain Perraud was very good on his left side. He could deliver a performance of the same level against Lorient.

The environments

It is essential: With his number 10 on his back, Eduardo Camavinga is one of the architects of a good start to the season in Rennes. French neo-international, the 17-year-old midfielder is already a safe bet.

It’s trying: Boubacar Kamara delivered a big match at Parc des Princes. The midfielder, aligned as a sentry, greatly embarrassed the Parisian attackers. Only 20 years old, he shows serenity in front of the Marseille defense.

We take the risk: Uncompromising at the moment, Teji savanier is in great shape. Decisive passer against Nice and double scorer against Lyon, there is still a case in the midfield.


It is essential: Scorer against PSG, Florian Thauvin confirms his return, after his long injury last season. In confidence, he can repeat this performance against Lille.

It’s trying: For his first tenure under the Rennes colors, Sehrou Guirassy was the author of a double against Nîmes. Could he do the same against Monaco?

We take the risk: Scorer and decisive passer against Strasbourg, Denis Bouanga was the best Stéphanois. We think he can put on a good performance against Angers.

The program for the 4th day

9 p.m .: Lyon-Nîmes

5 p.m .: Lens-Bordeaux
9 p.m .: Rennes-Monaco

1 p.m .: Nice-PSG
3 p.m .: Brest-Lorient
3 p.m .: Metz-Reims
3 p.m .: Montpellier-Angers
3 p.m .: Strasbourg-Dijon
5 p.m .: Nantes-Saint-Etienne
9 p.m .: Marseille-Lille

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