Monaco, coached by Portugal's Leonardo Jardim, took a very important step towards maintaining the French league with a 2-0 home win against Amiens in the 37th and last-third matches.
Brazilian Falcao scored for the Monegascos in the 26th minute, and Golovin set the final score at 82, at a time when Jardim had already traded Gelson Martins for Ronny Lopes.
With one game to go, Monaco are in 16th place, with 36 points, three more than Caen, the first team below the relegation line, in which they have an advantage in goals scored and conceded.
At the top of the table, Lyon thrashed Caen 4-0 with Depay (49 and 74 minutes) and goals from Cornet (54) and Dembele (64) at home and secured third place and presence in the qualifying round of the Champions League.
Lyon are four points clear of fourth-placed Saint-Étienne, who have beaten Nice 3-0.
Paris Saint-Germain, who clinched the title at the end of April, thrashed Dijon 4-0 and the penultimate, who can only hope to be in the play-offs.
Two goals from Mbappe, at 36 and 56 minutes, and goals from Di Maria, all three, and Cavani, all four, sealed the victory of the Parisians, who add up to 91 points, 16 more than Lille, second-placed. imposed 5-0 at Angers.
Guingamp, red-haired and already relegated to second league, drew 2-2 with Nimes, having reached the interval to win 2-0.
Marseille, who won 5-2 on their visit to Toulouse and retained their sixth place but can still hope for fifth place as they are just one point behind Montpellier, who have now drawn 1-1 with Nantes.