St Etienne vs. Nice (Saturday, 4.00pm)
The two Ligue 1 teams suffered away defeats in midweek, with Les Verts losing 3-1 against Monaco, while Nice suffered a narrow 1-0 defeat to Lorient.
We say: Saint-Etienne 1-2 Nice
Saint-Etienne are desperate to claim their first victory of the campaign and will feel that they have a decent chance of securing all three points, given their recent record against the visitors.
However, Nice will be keen to bounce back from their midweek loss and take advantage of their opponent's poor run of form, and we can see them coming out on top at the Stade Geoffroy-Guichard.
Strasbourg vs. Lille (Saturday, 6.00pm)
Meanwhile, the visitors, who sit just two points above Les Dogues, are hoping they can claim their fourth top-flight victory in five matches.
We say: Strasbourg 1-1 Lille
Lille have conceded in every Ligue 1 game so far this campaign, while Strasbourg have only kept one clean sheet from their first seven matches, so goals are to be expected on Saturday.
As reigning champions, the visitors will head into this fixture as slight favourites, however we can see the Racers securing a point on home soil.
Lyon vs. Lorient (Saturday, 8.00pm)
Two Ligue 1 sides who sit just outside the top four will lock horns on Saturday evening, when fifth-placed Lorient travel to face Lyon in sixth at the Parc Olympique Lyonnais.
The hosts are yet to lose on home soil so far this season, while the visitors have failed to win each of their four away matches in the French top flight.
We say: Lyon 2-1 Lorient
Lyon and Lorient have enjoyed decent league runs over the last month and they will be keen for their respective form to continue as they aim to climb into the top four.
We can see both teams scoring on Saturday, though the hosts should have enough quality to claim a narrow victory on home soil.
PSG vs. Montpellier (Saturday, 8.00pm)
The visitors, meanwhile, will be aiming to secure their first league victory at the Parc des Princes since they won 3-1 back in May 2010.
We say: Paris Saint-Germain 4-1 Montpellier HSC
PSG have had plenty of joy against Montpellier in recent years, and when you also take into account their exceptional start to the new campaign, everything points towards another comfortable victory for the hosts.
The visitors have struggled to keep the ball out of the net against Les Parisiens and we feel that another heavy defeat could be on the cards this weekend.