Rennes vs. PSG (Sunday, 12.00pm)
Both sides claimed wins in their midweek European fixtures, with Bruno Genesio's side overcoming Vitesse in the Conference League while PSG saw off Manchester City in the Champions League.
We say: Rennes 0-2 Paris Saint-Germain
With Rennes having had two fewer days to recover for this battle and set to name the bulk of the same XI from the win in the Netherlands, jellied legs will certainly impact their ability to halt a rampant PSG outfit.
The hosts do not concede many goals at the Roazhon Park, but Pochettino's men are sweeping aside all before them in Ligue 1 and ought to utilise their greater squad depth to record another routine win here.
Angers vs. Metz (Sunday, 2.00pm)
Their opponents enter the matchday in the Ligue 1 relegation playoff position with only six points to their name this term.
We say: Angers 2-1 Metz
This could be a tightly-contested affair and though Angers are winless in their last four games, we think the hosts will have too much quality for a Metz side who are struggling to match the form of last season.
Lorient vs. Clermont (Sunday, 2.00pm)
Clermont are four points worse off than their opponents and, as a result, they head into the matchday in 15th position.
We say: Lorient 3-1 Clermont
Lorient are experiencing a fine run of form and they will face a Clermont side who are struggling to pick up points of late, and that is why we think the hosts will win on Sunday, which would extend their unbeaten run to six league games.
Monaco vs. Bordeaux (Sunday, 2.00pm)
The hosts are now back up into the top half after a poor start to the campaign, whilst their upcoming opponents are still struggling down in 16th.
We say: Monaco 2-1 Bordeaux
Whilst Bordeaux appear to have steadied the ship, so too have Monaco and, if both teams play to their potential, it is the hosts who have more class in their ranks.
The Monegasques won the pair's two meetings last season 4-0 and 3-0. Whilst we do not expect the margin to be that large on this occasion, it should be a reasonably routine victory for the home side.
Nantes vs. Troyes (Sunday, 2.00pm)
The visitors currently sit 17th in the table, clinging onto a spot outside the drop zone via goal difference, whilst their hosts are comfortably in mid-table.
We say: Nantes 2-0 Troyes
Neither side has been consistently impressive this season but Nantes should have the edge, especially considering their home advantage and the significant defensive absences for Troyes.
Lille vs. Marseille (Sunday, 4.00pm)
The visitors, meanwhile, will be aiming to get back on track after an impressive start to their Ligue 1 campaign this year has faltered in recent games.
We say: Lille 2-2 Marseille
This has all the hallmarks of being an entertaining fixture and one which could go either way depending on which team produces the kind of performance they are truly capable of. Goals look likely and we fancy a lively 2-2 draw between the two sides.
St Etienne vs. Lyon (Sunday, 7.45pm)
A strong run of results has seen the visitors move up to seventh in the table, whilst the hosts are still searching for their first win of the season.
We say: Saint-Etienne 1-2 Lyon
The atmosphere created by the Saint-Etienne fans in the first derby they have been able to attend in a long time will help the home side, but it will likely not be enough to compensate for their recent form. A draw is not out of the question, especially with the number of absences for Lyon, but we just about fancy them to edge this game.