League Summary

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Monaco38305310731+76959,586Radamel Falcao - 21Danijel Subašić→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Paris Saint-Germain3827658327+568745,160Edinson Cavani - 35Kevin Trapp→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
3Nice38221246336+277822,949Mario Balotelli - 15Yoan Cardinale→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
4Lyon38214137748+296739,171Alexandre Lacazette - 28Anthony Lopes→ UEFA Europa League via league finish 1
5Marseille381711105741+166239,894Bafétimbi Gomis - 20Yohann Pelé→ UEFA Europa League via league finish 2
6Bordeaux38151495343+105924,217Diego Rolán - 9Cédric Carrasso→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
7Nantes38149154054-145123,152Emiliano Sala - 12Rémy Riou
8Saint-Étienne381214124142-15025,794Romain Hamouma - 7Stéphane Ruffier
9Rennes381214123642-65022,688Giovanni Sio - 9Benoît Costil
10Guingamp38148164653-75014,790Jimmy Briand - 12Karl-Johan Johnsson
11Lille38137184047-74629,487Nicolas de Préville - 14Vincent Enyeama
12Angers38137184049-94611,956Famara Diedhiou - 8Mathieu Michel
13Toulouse381014143741-44417,067Martin Braithwaite - 11Alban Lafont
14Metz381110173972-334315,343Cheick Diabaté - 8Thomas Didillon
15Montpellier38109194866-183912,356Steve Mounié - 14Laurent Pionnier
16Dijon38813174658-123710,126Lois Diony - 11Baptiste Reynet
17Caen38107213665-293716,755Ivan Santini - 15Rémy Vercoutre
18Lorient38106224470-263611,847Benjamin Moukandjo - 13Benjamin Lecomte→ French 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs
19Nancy3898212952-233517,516Issiar Dia - 8Guy N'dy AssembéRelegated
20Bastia38810202954-25349,405Enzo Crivelli - 10Jean-Louis LecaRelegated 3

French 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs

May 25
Troyes
2–1
Lorient
May 28
Lorient
0–0
Troyes
Troyes won on aggregate score over two legs and promoted to Ligue 1.
Lorient relegated to Ligue 2.

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