Marseille edge Lille
Marseille took a significant step towards their first French league title for 17 years when they came from a goal down to win 2-1 in a tense match at Lille on Sunday.
It was only Lille's second home defeat of the season and extends Marseille's lead at the Ligue 1 summit to five points with five games to play.
Second-placed Bordeaux - 4-0 winners over second-division Vannes in Saturday's League Cup final - have a game in hand at Rennes on Wednesday.
Marseille's France international goalkeeper Steve Mandana saved a Michel Bastos penalty in the first half, but minutes after half-time 18-year-old Belgian midfielder Eden Hazard capped a sweeping move with a nerveless finish to put the hosts ahead.
Their lead, though, was short-lived, as Marseille midfielder Benoit Cheyrou drilled home a left-footed half-volley in the 54th minute before Senegalese striker Mamadou Niang struck what proved to be the winner three minutes later.
Earlier on Sunday, a disastrous error by goalkeeper Lionel Cappone allowed Champions League-chasing Toulouse to salvage a 1-1 draw from their meeting with mid-table Lorient.