Olympique Lyonnais: A co-leadership position is in reach

Lorient – OL: A co-leadership position is in reach! In the evening, on Prime Video

In the second round of Ligue 1 Uber Eats, OL will visit Lorient. This match was originally scheduled on August 14 but was postponed due to their field, which the LFP had declared to be in “disastrous” condition. By victory at Lorient Les Gones might reach the top of the rankings by tying points with Marseille and Paris, the current leaders.

The Lyonnais are off to a great start this year. They are in fourth position in the rankings with one less game than the rest of the field and are still unbeaten after five games (4 wins and 1 tie). With each successful performance, the team’s confidence in the game grows, and collective automations start to take shape. Even though the Gones had up to this time played opponents that were easily beatable, they were nevertheless able to win the great majority of these games, unlike previous season. Since the 2012–2013 season, when third place was on the line, OL has not started the season so well, earning 13 of a possible 15. This is the latest News/ Updates on French League 1 side Olympique Lyionnais.

The Hurdle

The Lyonnais would be tied on points with Paris and Marseille, the two teams now leading the championship, if they won this Wednesday at Lorient. The Lyonnais will play three more challenging games against Monaco, Paris, and Lens after this one. For the most points possible before these three games, a win against Lorient would be beneficial. The goal of this game is to help them get their first away win. This season, The Lyonnais have only played once away from Groupama Stadium, and that game was the only one in which they lost (draw at Reims). The Gones, who also need to be comforted outside, will consequently face a fresh test at Lorient. This is the latest News/ Updates on French League 1 side Olympique Lyionnais.

The Adversary

With three victories, a defeat, and a tie, the Merlus are off to a strong start in the season. The club is now in sixth place, which is one of the season’s biggest shocks thus far. In Ligue 1, Lorient is beginning its third straight season. Following a season in which four teams will be demoted, head coach Régis Le Bris wants to maintain the club in the top flight. The Merlus only managed to score eight goals in five games this season. However, they maintained a strong defense, which helped them to earn ten of a potential fifteen points. This is the Latest News / Updates on French League 1 side Olympique Lyionnais

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