Reims’ excellent run of form will take a huge test when they play hosts to Marseille at the Stade Auguste Delaune as the away side aims to stay just about on the heels of Paris Saint-Germain at the top of the table.
Reims are in their best stint of form so far this season. They head into this one with three wins in a row that has seen them keep three clean sheets and net five goals against Toulouse, Ajaccio and Monaco.
The club also drew 0-0 with Nice and also defeated Troyes 4-0 before this with a 0-0 draw against Auxerre, and it now means six clean sheets in a row as Will Still continues to establish himself as one of the brightest most surprising managers on the continent right now.
Marseille are coming into this one off the back of beating Rennes and drawing with Strasbourg to keep them in second in Ligue 1.
Igor Tudor’s men are, however, are behind Paris Saint-Germain by 10 points in the race for the title and sit above Lens by two points.