How best to start the year? From January 1, 2023, RC Lens, second in Ligue 1, will host the Parisian leader for the 17th day (8:45 p.m.). Despite the winter cold, Bollaert will have to be on fire if the supporters hope that the Lensois continue to hang on the Parisian leader in the standings.
This Friday, the league announced the schedule for its “Celebration week”. A week of football between the end of year celebrations which will have a very special flavor this year. The championship will resume just after the end of the World Cup in Qatar on December 18. The 16th day will take place from Wednesday December 28 (3 p.m.) and the double confrontation Ajaccio / Angers and Troyes / Nantes to end the next day and the trip from Toulouse to Marseille and Lens on the lawn of Nice (9 p.m.).
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The 17th day will take place on Sunday January 1 at 3 p.m. with four matches to end the next day at 9 p.m. and a Rennes / Nice.
3 p.m. : AC Ajaccio – Angers and Troyes – Nantes
5 p.m.: Auxerre-Monaco
7 p.m. : Clermont – Lille
9 p.m.: Paris-SG – Strasbourg and Brest – Lyon
5 p.m.: Lorient-Montpellier
7 p.m.: Reims-Rennes
9 p.m.: Nice-Lens and Marseille-Toulouse
- Sunday January 1, 2023:
3 p.m.: Angers – Lorient, Nantes – Auxerre, Toulouse – AC Ajaccio, Monaco – Brest
5 p.m.: Lyon-Clermont
8:45 p.m .: Lens – Paris-SG.
3 p.m.: Strasbourg – Troyes
5 p.m. : Lille – Reims
7 p.m.: Montpellier-Marseille
9 p.m.: Rennes – Nice.
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