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NantesNantes
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NiceNice
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Table - French Ligue 1
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18 Evian Thonon Gaillard 37
19 Metz 30
20 Lens 29
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MontpellierMontpellier
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LilleLille
LensLens
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AS MonacoAS Monaco
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MetzMetz
LensLens
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LensLens
LorientLorient
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BordeauxBordeaux
LensLens
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LensLens
MarseilleMarseille
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LensLens
ToulouseToulouse
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Paris Saint-Germain Paris Saint-Germain
LensLens
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LensLens
Stade RennesStade Rennes
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CaenCaen
LensLens
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Evian Thonon GaillardEvian Thonon Gaillard
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St EtienneSt Etienne
LensLens
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Chavarria secures narrow Lens win

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NantesNantes
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Lens ended a difficult campaign on a high after an early Pablo Chavarria goal earned them a 1-0 home victory over Nantes on the final day of the league season.

Chavarria's close-range strike after four minutes proved to be the only goal of the game and earned Ligue 1's bottom side just their seventh victory of the season and saw them halt a run of five successive defeats.

Nantes' third defeat in four matches saw them finish the season in 14th place after Caen beat Evian to move above Michel Der Zakarian's...

 By PA Sport

Lens manager Antoine Kombouare is '90 percent' sure he'll step down

Current Lens boss Antoine Kombouare was sacked as PSG manager in late December 2011 after two-and-a-half seasons at the helm of the club.
Antoine Kombouare is set to leave Lens despite havnig a year left on his contract.

Antoine Kombouare is "90 percent" sure he will leave Lens following their relegation from Ligue 1.

The Pas-de-Calais club will definitely finish bottom of the league when the season ends on Saturday, and former Paris Saint-Germain boss Kombouare is not convinced he is the right man to lead a fresh push for promotion.

He told L'Equipe: "In my head, I'm 90 percent leaving, but there is a remaining 10 percent there because I have a year left on my contract.

"There's nothing to say I won't be there...

Nice stay up after win over Lens

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LensLens
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Nice confirmed their Ligue 1 status, but they did it the hard way, coming from behind to beat bottom club Lens at the Allianz Riviera.

A run of two wins in their previous 14 matches meant Nice still had a slim chance of being dragged into the relegation zone over the course of the final two games.

They got off to the worst possible start when they went behind to Yoann Touzghar's goal, but Jordan Amavi equalised before Didier Digard snatched a 2-1 win for Claude Puel's side with 13 minutes left.

Puel...

Lens 0-1 Montpellier

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MontpellierMontpellier
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A stoppage-time winner from Anthony Mounier was enough to give Montpellier a 1-0 win over 10-man Lens and keep alive their Europa League hopes.

The result means the visitors are just three points behind Bordeaux, with the two sides due to face each other on the final day of the season in what could be a decider for a final European spot.

Montpellier started well and had an early chance for an opener but Mounier failed to make decent enough contact on his shot after escaping the attention of Taylor...

Lille 3-1 Lens

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LensLens
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Lens' relegation from Ligue 1 was sealed on Sunday afternoon as they slumped to a 3-1 loss at derby rivals Lille.

Pablo Chavarria offered the visitors a glimmer of hope with the opener, but Sofiane Boufal pulled Rene Girard's men level before the interval with second-half goals from Djibril Sidibe and Divock Origi securing the win.

Defeat left Lens 12 points from safety at the foot of the table but with only three matches remaining as coach Antoine Kombouare's side now prepare for life in the second...