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4 Sorare Ligue 1 gems for Gameweek 375

Gameweek 375 sees the penultimate round of Ligue 1 fixtures as PSG look to officially wrap up another league title with just a further point needed to put them out of reach of Lens in second.

The Paris giants travel to Strasbourg, who themselves should be officially clear of the bottom four by the end of the day, with only goal difference preventing them from being confirmed as a Ligue 1 side next season, while Auxerre could take a step clear of Nantes with a favourable tie against Toulouse to come.

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 – vs Auxerre (h)

Dupe has been in brilliant form of late, recording three successive scores of 68 and above to give him an L5 of 67 – the best in Ligue 1 over the past five games. He also has a favourable fixture to come, at home to struggling Auxerre who are scrapping for their lives. With three successive clean sheets and just one goal conceded in five, Toulouse will fancy their chances of shutting another side out and Dupe should score highly once more.


Ismael Doukoure – PSG (h)

A home game against PSG is not an obvious ‘must have’ given their dominance in Ligue 1 over several years and the attacking talent at their disposal, but Doukoure has been making a name for himself at Strasbourg this season. The 19-year-old has been playing in a more advanced position than his status as a defender suggests and has a goal and an assist to his name this season. With an L5 of 61 he has been playing well and will be desperate to prove himself against the soon-to-be champions.


Benjamin Bourigeaud – Monaco (h)

Rennes have been in fine form, with four wins in their last six and Bourigeaud has had a purple patch in that time, with an L5 rating of 76. However his good form stretches much further back, with an L15 of 61 showcasing his ability. With five goals and eight assists from midfielder he is one of Rennes’ key attacking players and with his side in the running for European football this season and coming up against one of their rivals, Monaco, he will be keen to deliver.


Jeremy Doku – Monaco (h)


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Will Jackson

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