While it was to oppose two candidates for the Champions League in the thick of it at this time of the season, the poster for the 27th day of Ligue 1 will see two formations in doubt, namely Marseille and Monaco. .
What time to watch OM – Monaco?
Before their return to the European Cup, against Basel in the Conference League for OM and on the side of Braga in the Europa League for Monaco, the two clubs from the South of France will face each other in a cleaver match in L1. This meeting, which will be refereed by Antony Gautier, will be played this Sunday March 6 at 8:45 p.m. at the Stade Vélodrome.
On which channel to follow OM – Monaco?
You are now used to it, each Sunday evening poster is broadcast on Amazon Prime Video. And this clash between OM and ASM will be no exception to the rule. Since Sunday, Smaïl Bouabdellah and Benoit Cheyrou will be on commentary, David Astorga will be on the pitch, while Thibault Le Rol will present this meeting alongside his star consultant, Thierry Henry.
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The probable line-ups of OM – Monaco:
Unable to win in L1 since mid-February, OM will return to the Vélodrome, two weeks after losing against Clermont (0-2). Held in check by Troyes last weekend (1-1), Marseille no longer has any margin in the race for second place against Nice. Suffice to say that the Marseille club will have to win in its little derby to continue dreaming of the Champions League. For this purpose, Jorge Sampaoli will have a complete group or almost.
The probable composition of OM: Pau Lopez – Lirola, Saliba, Caleta-Car, Kolasinac – Guendouzi, Kamara, Gerson – Payet – Milik, Bakambu.
Eliminated from the Coupe de France against Nantes on Wednesday, Monaco is currently hitting rock bottom. On a series of four games without the slightest victory, with in particular a defeat against Reims last weekend, ASM will try to revive on the side of Marseille. Falling back into line in ninth place in the L1, five points from the Top 5, Philippe Clement’s team will have to compose without Badiashile, Diatta, Fabregas or Golovin.
Monaco’s likely line-up: Nubel – Aguilar, Disasi, Maripan, Caio Henrique – Fofana, Tchouameni – Diop, Volland, Gelson Martins – Ben Yedder.