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FRENCH LIGUE 1

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 PSG 28 5 2 89
2 Lyon 18 8 10 62
3 Monaco 16 14 6 62
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Jallet extends Lyon contract

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Lyon 2-1 GFC Ajaccio

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Gnarly Cornet marked his return from suspension with a goal as Lyon survived a second-half fightback to beat GFC Ajaccio 2-1 and move back into the top two in Ligue 1.

Teenage striker Cornet, who missed last week's win at Toulouse after a straight red card for a dangerous tackle in the recent draw with Nice, fired Lyon into a two-goal lead before half-time after Rachid Ghezzal had given them an early lead direct from a corner.

Gregory Pujol reduced the deficit early in the second period and the visitors...

 By Mark Rodden

Alexandre Lacazette interest is positive - Lyon boss Bruno Genesio

Olympique Lyonnais manager Bruno Genesio says his side are determined to earn at least seven points in their final three matches.

Lyon manager Bruno Genesio says Barcelona's rumoured interest in Alexandre Lacazette is a good sign for the club but he has urged the striker to stay where he is.

L'Equipe reported on Thursday that Barcelona feel Lacazette, 24, is the player they need to ensure that, unlike this season, their star trio of Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez do not get overworked.

The French sports daily also said last season's Ligue 1 Player of the Year is a target for West Ham United, Tottenham Hotspur and Atletico...

Ligue 1's fight for second and third place makes up for lack of title drama

Lyon and Monaco have the strongest shot at second place. Rafael, right, leveled to give OL a share of the points.

Forget the magic of a title race. It's overrated and anyway, in the end, except if you're watching English football (and probably just this year), the same teams always win: Paris Saint-Germain in France, Juventus in Italy, Bayern in Germany and Barcelona, Real or Atletico in Spain.

No, there is nothing like a huge mass sprint for the Champions League places. I'm being a touch ironic here, obviously, but the race for second, third and fourth place (depending on the country) is heating up very...