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The schedule of the OM and the key dates for the season 2017-2018 League 1

The Professional Football League (LFP) announced on Thursday the schedule of League 1 for the season 2017-2018. Here are the key dates of the OM.

The Professional Football League (LFP) unveiled Thursday the full schedule of League 1 for the season 2017-2018. It will start on August 5 with the reception at the Orange Velodrome of Dijon, france for Olympique Marseille, and will end on may 19 with a new home game against Amiens, promoted to League 1.

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The dates as expected from the Classical Paris are also outputs. The first leg will take place in October (21) to Marseille at the occasion of the 10th day, while the return match was scheduled in the month of February (24) at the Parc des Princes in the framework of the 27th round of the championship of France.

Olympique de Marseille will have to wait for the 18th day to the Olympico against the OL, with a trip to Lyon (16 December). The return match was fixed to the months of march (17). As for Marcelo Bielsa, back in France with Lille, he will return to the Velodrome in march, 2018 (21) in the framework of the 34th day.

The posters don’t miss the go :

1st day (5 August) : Marseille-Dijon
4th day (26 August) : Monaco-Marseille
8th day (September 30) : Nice-Marseille
10th day (October 21) : Marseille-PSG
11th day (October 28) : Lille-Marseille
18th day (16 December) : Lyon-Marseille

The posters not to be missed in return :

23rd day (27 January) : Marseille-Monaco
27th day (24 February) : PSG-Marseille
30th day (17 march) : Marseille-Lyon
34th day (April 21) : Marseille-Lille
36th day (6 may) : Marseille-Nice
38th day (19 may) : Marseille-Amiens

The complete schedule of the OM for the season 2017-2018 :

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