Olympique de Marseille's hopes of playing in next season's Champions League took a major knock when their top-flight winless streak at Girondins Bordeaux continued in a 2-0 defeat on Friday.
OM, who have not won at Bordeaux in the elite since 1977, lie fifth in the Ligue 1 standings on 48 points from 31 games, eight behind third-placed Olympique Lyonnais who have a match in hand.
Bordeaux are 11th on 38 points.
Lyon, who hold the last Champions League qualifying spot, host Dijon on Saturday.
Leaders Paris Saint-Germain will claim the title if they beat Strasbourg on Sunday and Lille fail to take all three points at Stade de Reims earlier in the day.