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Blanc backs Cavani

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PSG boss Laurent Blanc backs Edinson Cavani to succeed

Edinson Cavani has not lit up the French league.

Paris Saint-Germain coach Laurent Blanc insists that under-fire striker Edinson Cavani can come good against Nice.

In the absence of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Cavani struggled in PSG's 3-1 Champions League quarterfinal loss to Barcelona on Wednesday. However, despite the fact the Uruguay international has scored just eight league goals this season, Blanc is hopeful his form will turn around.

"He had a difficult game. As every forward or attacking player, he is upset when he doesn't score," Blanc...

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Alexandre Lacazette wants Lyon to ``prove we deserve to be top of the table'' in the Rhone Valley derby with St Etienne on Sunday.

Lyon took advantage of Paris St Germain's involvement in the Champions League on Wednesday to beat struggling Bastia 2-0 and take a two-point lead in Ligue 1.

France striker Lacazette had special cause to celebrate as his late strike equalled the 25-goal club record set by Andre Guy in the 1968-69 season.

``It was a difficult match. Bastia were very compact and defended...

Corchia eyes progress with Lille

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Rio Mavuba may be eyeing the Lille exit door - but team-mate Sebastien Corchia sees the club as the perfect one to help him achieve his international ambitions.

Midfielder Mavuba revealed before the match against Bordeaux that he is "thinking of a probable departure" when his contract expires in the summer - and opening the door to a return to Les Girondins, his first professional club.

But full-back Corchia, by contrast, is more than happy with his progress at the Stade Pierre-Mauroy and alluded to...

Courbis expects exciting run-in

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Montpellier coach Rolland Courbis believes his side will determine which clubs qualify for Europe from Ligue 1 this season.

A 1-0 defeat at lowly Toulouse in their previous game has left Montpellier eight points adrift of fourth-placed Marseille with just six games remaining, but with games against St Etienne, Paris St Germain and Bordeaux still to come.

"The game at Toulouse is not an easy match to analyse, especially given the fact that we've played three matches in the space of a week, two of which...

Edinson Cavani must lead PSG to victory at Nice with Ligue 1 wide open

Paris Saint-Germain manager Laurent Blanc confirms Thiago Silva will not play against Nice due to injury, and Thiago Motta is also likely to miss the game.
Cavani needs to regain form rapidly as PSG face Nice on Saturday with Ligue 1's title race very much wide open.

Paris Saint-Germain's Edinson Cavani was fortunate that he shared the Parc des Princes pitch with a less than semi-fit David Luiz on Wednesday night. Had the Brazilian not been so clearly below the required level of match readiness in the French giants' 3-1 UEFA Champions League quarterfinal first leg defeat to Barcelona, the footballing world would have been ridiculing El Matador instead of his teammate.

While Luiz had the justifiable excuse of injury to explain his disappointing showing, Cavani...