Lens are sitting comfortably in second having only lost once this season, while things are close between Rennes, Marseilles, Lorient, Monaco and LOSC from third to seventh. At the bottom of the table, Auxerre, Ajaccio, Strasbourg and Angers are currently in the relegation zone. There are no relegation play-offs at the end of this season due to the downsizing to only 18 clubs in Ligue 1 next season, down from the 20 this season. That means the bottom 4 teams will automatically be relegated.
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