OL is 10th in the rankings for 2023

OL Caleta-Car lost in Strasbourg

OL Caleta-Car lost in Strasbourg. (Photo by PATRICK HERTZOG / AFP)

After their draw against Le Havre last weekend (0-0), OL have 40 points since the start of 2023 in L1.

11 wins, 7 draws and 9 defeats: here is the record of theOL since its first meeting played at the start of the 2023 calendar year and before the trip to Brest on Saturday (9 p.m.). The club run by John Weaver counts 40 units on the clock and thus ranks in 10th position in the ranking among the other clubs of the French elite, including with the four relegated from the 2022-2023 financial year (Auxerre, Ajaccio, Troyes and Angers) and the two promoted for this season (Metz and Le Havre).

Since the resumption of the championship in mid-August, the Rhone residents have still not opened their victory counter (2 draws and 3 losses). A start to the year which logically pushed them back in the hierarchy after having had one of the best records in the second part of last season. Fabio’s players Grosso hope to get back on track during their next match against Stade Brestois this weekend.

Paris, Marseille and Lens to make the podium

Regarding the other clubs, we find in particular Paris Saint-Germain (1ᵉʳ) andOlympic Marseille (2nd), tied on points (49) and who have one more than Racing Club de Lens (48), third despite a small point scored since the resumption of the championship. Nice (4th), Lille (5th) and Monaco (6th) follow the pace (46th) with Stade Rennais (7th) and its 44 units. Brest and Clermont are ahead of OL with one more unit (41). Finally, the promoted Messin and Le Havre logically bring up the rear with 8 and 6 points respectively.

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