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Marseille's hopes hit by Bordeaux reverse

Published: Sunday 12 April 2015, 21.01CET
Olympique de Marseille missed a chance to move within two points of top spot in a 1-0 loss at FC Girondins de Bordeaux, while AS Saint-Étienne bolstered their top-three prospects.

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Published: Sunday 12 April 2015, 21.01CET

Marseille's hopes hit by Bordeaux reverse

Olympique de Marseille missed a chance to move within two points of top spot in a 1-0 loss at FC Girondins de Bordeaux, while AS Saint-Étienne bolstered their top-three prospects.

Olympique de Marseille's title hopes suffer blow in a 1-0 loss to FC Girondins de Bordeaux.
• Cédric Yambéré scores winning goal with the first shot on target of his Ligue 1 career.
• Fourth-placed OM stay five points behind leaders Paris Saint-Germain.
• Bordeaux lie sixth, four points back from a UEFA Champions League berth.

AS Saint-Étienne boost their hopes of a top-three finish in a 1-0 win against FC Nantes.
• Franck Tabanou's 18th-minute free-kick enough to secure victory for Les Canaris.
• Stade Rennais FC are certain of their Ligue 1 status after beating EA Guingamp 1-0.
• Ola Toivonen's superb 80th-minute volley proves decisive.

• OGC Nice move up to tenth, Said Benrahma's goal securing a 1-0 win at Stade de Reims.
• Évian Thonon Gaillard FC sit a point above drop zone after succumbing 1-0 to LOSC Lille.
• Rock-bottom RC Lens remain nine points from safety following 0-0 draw with FC Lorient.
• Toulouse FC increase their survival hopes by downing Montpellier Hérault SC 1-0.
• Óscar Trejo's first goal in two months hands Dominique Arribagé's side the points. 

Elsewhere
Serie A: Lazio leapfrog Roma
Premier League: United, Chelsea win derbies
Bundesliga: Stuttgart boost hopes
Liga: Villarreal stutter again

Last updated: 13/04/15 0.59CET

Results

French Ligue 1 2014/15

Matches
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Last updated: 12/04/2015 23:02 CET

12/04/2015

BordeauxBordeaux1-0MarseilleMarseille

Yambéré 61

Venue: Bordeaux

12/04/2015

ÉvianÉvian0-1LOSCLOSC

Boufal 81 (P)

Venue: Annecy

12/04/2015

LensLens0-0LorientLorient

Venue: Amiens

12/04/2015

ReimsReims0-1NiceNice

Benrahma 5

Venue: Reims

12/04/2015

RennesRennes1-0GuingampGuingamp

Toivonen 80

Venue: Rennes

12/04/2015

ToulouseToulouse1-0MontpellierMontpellier

Trejo 45+2

Venue: Toulouse

12/04/2015

St-ÉtienneSt-Étienne1-0NantesNantes

Tabanou 18

Venue: Saint-Etienne

10/04/2015

CaenCaen0-3MonacoMonaco

Martial 29, Bernardo Silva 64, 84

Venue: Caen

Standings

: teams currently qualified for the final tournament   
: teams running for the play-offs   
Last updated: 12/04/2015 23:02 CET

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