It’s time to say bonjour to our French neighbours, with Odds Manager keeping you up to date with Ligue 1 odds in the sexiest league of them all.
With only three Champions League spots up for grabs, Ligue 1 is always competitive at both ends of the table, meaning it’s a fantastic league to have a bet on!
PSG have heavily dominated the top division in France in recent years, winning the title seven of the last eight seasons.
Monaco were the last team to stop them when they claimed the title in the 2016-17 season.
If you’re looking for a little Je Ne Sais Quoi, Lille, Lyon, and Marseille tend to be the other sides to keep the closest eye on.
As always, we’ll bring you all the latest news, the latest Ligue 1 betting odds, and top-class tips from Ligue 1 throughout what is expected to be another unmissable season.
Here are all the latest odds for the upcoming matches in Ligue 1.
Click on any odds to add it to your betslip or click on a fixture to see a comparison of odds from all the top bookies.
Considering the frequency of shocks in the league at the moment it’s most definitely worth betting on Ligue 1 and picking up some fantastic odds.
At the start of December PSG had already lost on three occasions and look more susceptible to a surprise for than they have for many years.
Asides from that, the chase for a Champions League spot looks red hot this season with six points separating places 2-11 at the time of writing.
All the big bookies have great offers that you can take advantage of when betting on Ligue 1:
PSG are the heavy favourites to win the 2020/21 Ligue 1 title, but if you fancy a flutter on the chasing pack then there are some fantastic prices available – Lyon are worth a bet, while Lille could be the surprise outfit.
|Ligue 1 Winner|
|Paris Saint-Germain FC|
|AS Monaco FC|
There are plenty of markets and opportunities to get good Ligue 1 odds across a range of bookmakers.
Here are some of the more popular markets:
You can also bet on each match, with fantastic Ligue 1 odds available including
Like almost every league around the world, Ligue 1 was massively interrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
But unlike most football leauges the French was never completed and PSG were awarded the Ligue 1 title following the suspension of the tournament.
PSG had a 12-point lead over Marseille at the time of the stoppage, with eleven games left unplayed.
Marseille and Rennes snuck into the Champions League, with Lille, Nice and Reims settling for the Europa League.
Amiens and Toulouse finished inside the bottom two and were relegated to Ligue 2.