Football Champions League – TV: OM – Eintracht Frankfurt, what time and which channels?


A week after their inaugural defeat against Tottenham, Olympique de Marseille will want to redeem themselves in front of their public to open their points counter in the Champions League.

What time for OM – Frankfurt?

Classified as high risk by the authorities, the match between OM and Frankfurt promises to be boiling hot. Especially since the Stade Vélodrome will be sold out for the first time in a long time in C1. This meeting counting for the 2nd day of Group D of the group stage of the Champions will be played this Tuesday, September 13 at 9 p.m. Note that this match will be refereed by Spaniard José María Sánchez Martínez.

On which channel to follow OM – Frankfurt?

Like all French club matches in the Champions League, Marseille will have the chance to be broadcast on two channels at the same time. Since this OM – Frankfurt will be filmed by the cameras of Canal+ Foot and RMC Sport 1. On the Altice channel, Stéphane Guy and Éric Di Méco will be on commentary while Thomas Desson will be on the pitch.

The probable line-ups of OM – Frankfurt:

Unstoppable in Ligue 1, with a victory against Lille last Saturday (2-1) to keep their place as co-leader with PSG, OM must now launch their European campaign with a good result against Frankfurt. To continue to believe in the round of 16 of the C1, Marseille will therefore have to do a good result against Frankfurt before a double confrontation against Sporting. For this match, Igor Tudor will have a fairly complete group, without Mbemba, suspended after his red card suffered against Tottenham last week.

The probable composition of OM: Pau Lopez – Balerdi, Bailly, Kolasinac – Clauss, Rongier, Veretout, Tavares – Guendouzi, Payet – Alexis Sanchez.

Heavily defeated against Sporting Portugal on the first day (0-3), Frankfurt will try to react on the lawn of the Vélodrome in front of several thousand German supporters. But for that, coach Oliver Glasner will be deprived of several important defensive elements like Buta, Pellegrini, Lenz, Onguéné or Touré. The former Nantes player Kolo Muani is on the other hand very present in the group, and he will probably start at the forefront of the Eintracht attack.

Frankfurt’s probable line-up: Trapp – Pellegrini, Tuta, N’Dicka, Knauff – Sow, Jakic – Kamada, Götze, Lindstorm – Kolo Muani.



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