Sorare Ligue 1

4 Sorare Ligue 1 gems for Gameweek 373

Gameweek 373 could see PSG effectively clinch the Ligue 1 title at struggling Auxerre while Lens will be hoping to keep alive any slim hopes away at FC Lorient.

PSG are six points clear with three games to go, but a vastly superior goal difference means one more win would be enough to put them in a strong enough position to claim another domestic title, while Auxerre will be keeping a close eye on Nantes vs Montpellier, with the former one point adrift of safety.

101 Great Goals has looked at the data to see which players you should consider picking for the week ahead in your Sorare Ligue 1 team, analysing the most in-form players judging by their last five average scores and looked at who each player is to come up against in the next gameweek to suggest who you should pick in your side.


Maxime Dupe

Toulouse face a trip to Nice at the weekend, in what is essentially a dead rubber with both sides assured of a mid-table finish. The away keeper, Maxime Dupe, has been an ever-present this season, appearing in 100% of Toulouse’s last 40 (L40) matches. Getting a reliable goalkeeper is always a big tick, and with Dupe averaging 49 in his L15 he is a consistent performer, but those scores have gone up in recent weeks with an L5 of 57. Key to that has been back-to-back scores of 72 and 68 courtesy of successive clean sheets. If Toulouse can continue their recent form, Dupe could be a bargain.


Lucas Perrin

Strasbourg have been flying in recent weeks, a run of four wins in five matches shooting them clear of the bottom four in Ligue 1. A win at 19th-placed Troyes would put them at least five points clear with just two games to go, and Perrin has been one of the main reasons behind their revival. The centre-back wasn’t a regular in the team at the start of the season, but as it has gone on his influence and reliability has gone up. In his L5, he has had scores of 72, 86 and 61 to contribute to a score of 61 and with a favourable tie to come he could score well once more.


Romain Faivre

Lorient’s trip to Lens ranks as one of the harder games of the round but given the recent form of Romain Faivre, he is hard to ignore at the moment. The strength of opposition shouldn’t be a concern to the midfielder, who scored a 90 in the outing against PSG in GW 367 thanks to a goal, and he has followed that up with scores of 75 and 80 to contribute to an L5 of 73. With two goals and four assists so far this season he has shown he is capable of attacking returns and his figures for progressive passing are up there with the best in the league, so expect another strong showing.


Grejohn Kyei

Clermont have been performing above expectations in Ligue 1 this season, and their fine run of six wins and a draw from their last seven matches means that they should finish in the top half of the table, and Kyei has been a huge part of that recent run. With six goals in those seven matches, he has hit the form of his career and now has 12 goal contributions all season. That form has been reflected in his Sorare scores too, with an L5 of 68 a lot bigger than his L15 of 48. He may not be the most consistent striker, but could be worth jumping on while he is hot.

Will Jackson

Will Jackson

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