Monaco's Ligue 1 title hopes suffered a major blow on Saturday as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Rennes.
Bernardo Silva had the hosts ahead in the first half but Habib Habibou netted the equaliser with just three minutes remaining.
The result leaves Monaco six points behind leaders Paris St Germain with just five games to play while the club from the capital also have a game in hand.
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Ola Toivonen's strike was enough to give Rennes a clean sweep of the Breton derbies this season as they beat Guingamp 1-0 at the Stade de la Route de Lorient on Sunday.
With Rennes comfortably clear of the drop zone there was little hanging on the game for them other than local pride, but Guingamp were still in need of points to rubber-stamp their Ligue 1 status for next season.
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Rennes took a significant step closer to Ligue 1 survival with a 3-0 win at Lorient, whose own hopes of avoiding the drop received another hit.
Edson Mexer gave Rennes a 17th-minute lead and then goals either side of half-time from Sylvain Armand and Abdoulaye Doucoure ensured Philippe Montanier's men would be returning home with the points.
The victory leaves Rennes 10 points clear of third-bottom Toulouse - who lost to Metz on Saturday - and it would take a dramatic loss of form for them to go down...
Rennes missed the chance to further ease their relegation fears after being held to a goalless home draw by Remy Riou-inspired Nantes.
The hosts created nearly all the best openings in the match but could find no way past visiting goalkeeper Riou as the spoils were shared at the Stade de la Route de Lorient.
Rennes remain in 11th place but, with six of the sevens teams below them in action on Saturday picking up points, they are now closer to the relegation dogfight than they were at the start of the...