Striker Wissam Ben Yedder came off the bench to score twice as Monaco beats last-place Dijon 3-0 to stay third in the French league on Sunday.
Fourth-place Lyon beats Angers 3-0 to remain one point behind Monaco in the chase for third and a slot in the Champions League qualifying rounds, although both teams are also fighting Paris Saint-Germain and Lille for the title itself.
Lille is three points ahead of second-place PSG, four ahead of Monaco and five clear of Lyon, with six games remaining in the most open championship race for many years.
Netherlands forward Memphis Depay scored twice for Lyon, which travels to Monaco early next month.
While coach Niko Kovac’s consistent Monaco has lost once in the past 20 games overall, Dijon endured a 13th straight defeat and looks doomed to relegation.
Following a dour first half, Kovac brought…