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FRENCH LIGUE 1

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
3 Monaco 16 14 6 62
4 St Etienne 17 7 12 58
5 Nice 16 9 11 57
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BastiaBastia
St EtienneSt Etienne
0
1
FT
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St EtienneSt Etienne
TroyesTroyes
1
0
FT
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GFC Ajaccio GFC Ajaccio
St EtienneSt Etienne
0
2
FT
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St EtienneSt Etienne
MontpellierMontpellier
3
0
FT
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GuingampGuingamp
St EtienneSt Etienne
2
0
FT
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AngersAngers
St EtienneSt Etienne
0
0
FT
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St EtienneSt Etienne
CaenCaen
1
2
FT
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FC BaselFC Basel
St EtienneSt Etienne
2
1
FT
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MarseilleMarseille
St EtienneSt Etienne
1
1
FT
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St EtienneSt Etienne
FC BaselFC Basel
3
2
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St EtienneSt Etienne
AS MonacoAS Monaco
1
1
FT
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BordeauxBordeaux
St EtienneSt Etienne
1
4
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Stade RennesStade Rennes
St EtienneSt Etienne
0
1
FT
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St Etienne held by Toulouse to dampen Champions League hopes

St EtienneSt Etienne
ToulouseToulouse
0
0
FT
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St Etienne missed out on the chance to go second in Ligue 1 as they were held to a 0-0 draw by Toulouse at the Stade Geoffroy-Guichard.

Looking to secure Champions League football on the back of five straight league wins, Christophe Galtier's side were lucky not to come off worse as Wissam Ben Yedder missed a first-half penalty for the visitors before ASSE defender Loic Perrin was sent off late on.

Toulouse came flying out of the blocks and were offered the perfect opportunity for an early goal when...

Ligue 1's fight for second and third place makes up for lack of title drama

Lyon and Monaco have the strongest shot at second place. Rafael, right, leveled to give OL a share of the points.

Forget the magic of a title race. It's overrated and anyway, in the end, except if you're watching English football (and probably just this year), the same teams always win: Paris Saint-Germain in France, Juventus in Italy, Bayern in Germany and Barcelona, Real or Atletico in Spain.

No, there is nothing like a huge mass sprint for the Champions League places. I'm being a touch ironic here, obviously, but the race for second, third and fourth place (depending on the country) is heating up very...

St Etienne 2-0 Lorient

St EtienneSt Etienne
LorientLorient
2
0
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St Etienne left it late as Nolan Roux's brace helped keep alive Les Verts' hopes of European qualification with a 2-0 win against Lorient.

Roux's first - his fourth goal in five games - was almost kept out by the diving Benjamin Lecomte after Romain Hamouma had picked out the in-form hitman in the 76th minute.

The former Lille striker netted his second of the game in added time, slotting beyond Lecomte after Raphael Gueirrero missed his defensive header to let Roux in.

Defeat for Lorient leaves them...

Bastia 0-1 St Etienne

BastiaBastia
St EtienneSt Etienne
0
1
FT
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St Etienne moved two points behind second-placed Lyon thanks to Nolan Roux's solitary goal in a 1-0 win in Bastia.

In a largely uneventful encounter, Les Verts looked like they were going to have to settle for a point until Sebastien Squillaci failed to make contact with Kevin Theophile-Catherine's delivery on 75 minutes and Roux was on hand to finish at the back post.

The visitors went close to scoring earlier in the game, just before the interval, but defender Loic Perrin's goal-bound volley was...

St Etienne edge out Troyes to keep European hopes alive

St EtienneSt Etienne
TroyesTroyes
1
0
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St Etienne maintained their hopes of European qualification thanks to a slender 1-0 win against relegated bottom-club Troyes.

Les Verts had to wait as late as the 75th minute to take the lead as Neal Maupay hit a first-time volley beyond Matthieu Dreyer from a Valentin Eyserric corner.

It was all that the hosts deserved after Dreyer had kept the scores level with smart stops from a Loic Perrin header and Oussama Tannane among others.

But Troyes almost stole a surprise point late on when Corentin Jean...