The 37th day of Ligue 1 will offer great matches, especially for OM, OL or PSG, a championship evening to follow on several channels or on the multiplex.
When to see this 37th day of Ligue 1?
As is customary, the last two days of the French championship are played in multiplex mode, a story that all the teams play at the same time so as not to distort any result. For this 37th day, football lovers will have an appointment this Saturday May 14 at 9 p.m. on all the lawns of France. If the Parisian champion will move on the lawn of the Stade de La Mosson in Montpellier, OM will challenge Rennes at Roazhon Park while OL will host FC Nantes at Groupama Stadium. Only interesting matches to follow during this final sprint.
Where to watch the matches of PSG, OL, OM and the multiplex?
If the three main French clubs will play at the same time, they will not have the same broadcaster. Because if MHSC-PSG will be on Amazon Prime Video, like OL-FCN, the clash between Rennes and Marseille will be broadcast exclusively and live on the Canal+ Décalé antenna. Finally, the famous multiplex will be broadcast by Prime Video, the American broadcaster also having the posters of fear between Bordeaux-Lorient and ASSE-Reims.
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The stakes and the probable compositions of the matches:
Before lifting their tenth French champion trophy when they receive Metz at the Parc des Princes next week, PSG will therefore have one last trip for butter to manage on the Montpellier side. For this meeting refereed by Jérémy Stinat, Mauricio Pochettino will have a full group or almost.
— Paris Saint Germain (@PSG_inside) May 12, 2022
The probable composition of PSG against Montpellier: Navas – Hakimi, Marquinhos, Ramos, Kehrer, Nuno Mendes – Verratti, Danilo – Messi, Mbappé, Di Maria.
Eliminated at the gates of the final in the Europa Conference League, OM have one objective to accomplish to succeed in their season: to validate their second place to regain the Champions League. For that, Marseille will have to do a good result on the side of Rennes. Dolphin of PSG with three points ahead of Monaco, OM will not have to drag on the way. Except that the mission will not be easy in Brittany, since the SRFC will have no other choice but to win to continue dreaming of the podium after their defeat in the derby against Nantes on Wednesday. Suffice to say that SRFC-OM will be boiling. A match, refereed by Benoit Bastien, during which Jorge Sampaoli will be deprived of Payet, Balerdi or Bakambu.
– Olympique de Marseille (@OM_Officiel) May 12, 2022
The probable composition of OM against Rennes: Mandanda – Rongier, Saliba, Caleta-Car, Luan Peres – Kamara – Under, Guendouzi, Gueye, Gerson – Harit.
Alternating the good and especially the less good this season, OL have nothing left to play for at the end of the season. Relegated to seven points from the Top 5 two days from the end, Lyon will therefore not be able to grab a place in the European Cup for next season. A bitter failure for the first of Peter Bosz at the head of the Rhone club. But for their last at home in front of an almost full stadium, OL will want to end their 2021-2022 fiscal year as best as possible. Not an easy task against the team in form of the moment, FC Nantes. Winners of the Coupe de France against Nice last week (1-0), the Canaries continued against Rennes in L1 on Wednesday (2-1). With two last enticing matches to play against Lyon and Saint-Etienne, Antoine Kombouaré’s team will therefore want to end their season in style by aiming for 7th place, also hoped for by OL. For this last match at Groupama Stadium, which will be led by Florian Batta, OL will in any case have to compose without Cherki, Denayer, Diomandé or Thiago Mendes.
🎙 Coach Peter Bosz before #OLFCN : “@Thiagomendesof is suspended for the end of the season. We play for us, for the fans. These last two games are still important. This season is not the one we wanted, neither me, nor the club, nor the supporters.”
— Olympique Lyonnais (@OL) May 12, 2022
The probable composition of OL against Nantes: Lopes – Gusto, Da Silva, Lukeba, Emerson – Paqueta, Ndombele, Aouar – Faivre, Dembélé, Toko Ekambi
Mauricio Pochettino (PSG)
” On the last matches, we changed system and animation. Now is not the time to try new things either. The most important thing is to finish in the best possible way and to stay in a dynamic of training and competition. I must remind you that 90% of our players have deadlines with their national teams at the end of the championship and must remain competitive. It is part of our responsibilities. I believe that the most important thing is to fight in any case. It’s about honour, winning, looking good, being professional and giving the feeling that football is played for pride. You have to have that against Montpellier »
Jorge Sampaoli (OM)
” This meeting against Feyenoord can indeed serve as a working basis, but it was above all important to remember how we dominated and neutralized this Rennes team in the first leg (2-0, September 19, 2021) . This formation has a large offensive volume, it often arrives with an offensive superiority in the last thirty meters. It appears in all places on the field. Offensively, they have several parts of the field where they are very interesting. On the sides in particular, with sides who can play very deeply. We will have to show how we can respond to these problems and when we have possession, manage to push them back, to put them as far as possible from our area. We know their strengths and weaknesses. It will be a difficult and decisive match for the well-being of the club. »