Bordeaux vs. Rennes (Sunday, 12.00pm)
Vladimir Petkovic's men played out a thrilling 3-3 draw with Montpellier HSC last time out, while the visitors put six unanswered goals past Clermont.
We say: Bordeaux 1-3 Rennes
It is difficult not to envisage a flurry of goals at the Matmut Atlantique given the two sides' midweek results, but Bordeaux's defensive frailties are there to be exposed by Sulemana and co.
The hosts can boast a strong record in this fixture, but they are certainly not expected to replicate their spectacular long-range strikes from midweek, and we expect Rennes to end their abysmal away record at the expense of Bordeaux's poor home run.
Brest vs. Metz (Sunday, 2.00pm)
Ahead of the weekend's fixtures, the home side currently sit in the relegation playoff place having only collected four points, while Metz are rooted to the bottom of the table and have only picked up three points this term.
We say: Brest 3-2 Metz
Both sides have found defending difficult this term and that could mean goals galore in this contest and we think with home advantage Brest should win this one against a side who have lost their last three games.
Reims vs. Nantes (Sunday, 2.00pm)
The visitors head into the encounter looking for their third consecutive league win and they go into the weekend with 10 points from their opening seven fixtures.
We say: Reims 1-2 Nantes
Despite Reims' impressive head-to-head record against Sunday's opponents, we think Nantes will win this one as they will enter the fixture on a crest of a wave and the visitors should collect their third win in as many games.
Troyes vs. Angers (Sunday, 2.00pm)
Angers enter the weekend in third place as they have collected 12 points from their opening seven games, having only lost once.
We say: Troyes 1-2 Angers
Troyes are still searching for their first home win of the season and it will be tricky for the hosts to beat an Angers side who have impressed this term.
We think Angers will have too much quality and should just edge out Troyes in this one, which would continue their fine start to the campaign.
Clermont vs. Monaco (Sunday, 4.00pm)
Clermont will aim to avoid another 6-0 humbling when they play host to Monaco in Ligue 1 on Sunday afternoon.
The newly-promoted side fell to a dampening defeat at the hands of Rennes in midweek, while Monaco's fortunes improved with a 3-1 success over Saint-Etienne.
We say: Clermont 0-3 Monaco
Clermont's first-ever stint in the big time has seen them post some respectable results so far, but Gastien's side are now learning the hard way just how demanding this league can be.
Meanwhile, Monaco boss Kovac was able to restrict some of his big-hitters to appearances from the bench in midweek, and a rotated Monegasques outfit should ease to another three points away from home.
Marseille vs. Lens (Sunday, 7.45pm)
Jorge Sampaoli's side were held to a goalless stalemate by Angers in midweek, while Lens fell to their first defeat of the season against Strasbourg.
We say: Marseille 2-1 Lens
A clash between two sides who simply love to attack has all the makings of an enthralling affair, and both managers will be desperate to see their sides bounce back from midweek disappointments.
Sampaoli's side are under far more pressure to keep their momentum going lest they risk any more confidence hits over this crucial period, and we expect Les Olympiens to pull through, but it is sure to be close.