This week on "Le Sportcast": Lyon and Marseille take on European giants Real Madrid and Manchester United in the Champions League last 16, while France's rugby team prepare to defend their Six Nations title at Twickenham.
Marseille will be fielding a makeshift attack when they take on Manchester United in the Champions League on Wednesday after a third striker pulled out with an injury during the French club's 2-1 defeat of St Etienne at the weekend.
This week on "Le Sportcast": French striker André-Pierre Gignac gives title holders Marseille a much-needed boost; France's rugby squad head to Twickenham after scraping past Ireland; and the French Open stays put in Paris.
Marseille strikers Andre-Pierre Gignac and Brandao both ended a dry run in the French league this season as defending champions Marseille beat Bordeaux 2-1 to remain three points clear of leaders Lille.
France forward Mathieu Valbuena (right) inspired Marseille's comeback against Monaco on Sunday as the champions narrowly avoided a third defeat in five games, while Bordeaux continued their miserable start to the season with defeat at Nice.
Neither Marseille nor Bordeaux managed to get the upper hand during Sunday's match, which ended in a 1-1 draw. Marseille played two-thirds of the game a man down, after a red card ousted Edouard Cisse in the 33rd minute.