Olympique de Marseille hope to continue their march forward this Saturday night (9 pm) against LOSC by remaining unbeaten in Ligue 1.
A torrid start to the season by the Lille side, with 3 wins, 2 losses and a draw, taking them to 6th place in the standings.
For OM coach Igor Tudor, LOSC is a “direct competitor”, so must win to stay at the top of Ligue 1.
Possible OM line-up: Lopez – Mbemba – Touré – Gigot – Veretout – Gueye – Clauss – Harit – Gerson – Sanchez
The probable compositions of LOSC: Jardim – Diakité – Djalo – Fonte – Ismaily – Gomes – Andre – Gudmundsson – Bamba – David – Ounas.
45 + 3: Come on, half time at the Stade Vélodrome with this score 1-1. Lille started well, but Tudor’s crowd reacted!
45th : 3 minutes extra time.
43th : Marseillais grows up at the end of the first episode!
CHAPTER 42 : Chancel Mbemba is really strong. We were angry at his red against Tottenham.
40th : The duels were intense, Mr Millot whistles against OM and Tudor took a yellow for protest.
37th: Ouh the nice shot from Clauss that passed not far from the Chevalier’s frame! Nice try.
34th : Nuno Tavares stayed on the ground after a big mistake by José Fonte. The defender was called only by order of Mr. Millot.
32nd : Kick by Jonathan David, who we haven’t seen much of since the start of the game, but Pau Lopez pushes his fists.
29th: But what is this action? Great rise from Nuno Tavares, Marseillais shot at least 3 times on goal, but Lille saved every time in extremis! Unbelievable.
27th : Big blow for Balerdi on the other hand… Igor Tudor spelled it for Nuno Tavares. Because he has yellow? Sure, but Kolasinac seems out of shape!
26th : Big cheers from the Vélodrome for Alexis Sanchez!
25th: Alignment with OM!!! Counter was completely led by Harit, in the end, who moved to the Bottom right. The Turk crossed the first attention and who was there? Sanchez, of course, will be pushed hard!
23th : Good intervention from Balerdi’s head, but the Argentinian completely misses his side change…
22th : Harit is not on his plate tonight, and Under is transparent. It is difficult for Sanchez to exist, therefore.
20TH : The Marseillais made many, many mistakes. They are always late in their intervention, proof that they are not on top.
CHAPTER 18 : Authoritative tackle from Djalo to Clauss, Lille entered their game well!
CHAPTER 17 : Good intervention by Chancel Mbemba, but the referee whistles for another foul!
CHAPTER 13 : And a serious yellow for Balerdi, in a clearance from the defense of Lille.
11th: Opening the score for Losc! We felt it was coming in a few minutes, the action was still from the right side after losing the ball from Kolasinac. Ounas saw his pivot shot deflected off the post but Ismaily was there to push deep. It makes a lot of sense.
CHAPTER 10 : This has to be the first time this season that OM are out of possession at the start of the game!
8th: Adam Ounas is badly hurt on his right side, Balerdi is about to cause a penalty… La Var tells Mr. Millot without.
5TH : Good clearance from Adam Ounas on the right side of the Marseille area. But no one was there to return his tense center.
3rd: First hot defensive action by Lille, but Marseille attackers play too much ball.
2ND : First lesson in this start of the game, Gigot is in the center, Balerdi on the right of the central defense. Kola is the remaining piston and Guendouzi plays a bit lower in the middle.
1st: OM players start this match!
8:54 in the evening : Tudor and Sanchez are widely praised for announcing teams!
8:48 in the evening : The Vélodrome stadium is still sold out this Saturday night against Le Losc!
8:43 in the evening : The Marseillais need a victory to regain the leadership of the championship of PSG, after the narrow victory in Paris against Brest (1-0), this afternoon.
8:30 in the evening : We are here, well there, on the spot from the press box of the Vélodrome stadium so you can experience this match on the 7th day of Ligue 1!
08:30 am .: Hello everyone, you have come to the right place to follow this match on the 7th day of Ligue 1 between Olympique de Marseille and LOSC in a Vélodrome stadium that is still sold out. Three days after their fierce defeat for their entry into the Champions League against Tottenham (0-2), Igor Tudor’s men want to continue their march forward in the league. They are tied for first with PSG and are still unbeaten. Lille maintained a convincing success against Montpellier (1-3), and is a “direct competitor”, in the words of the Marseille coach. This match will be a real test for OM, after starting the season against mid-table teams. Let’s meet around 8:30 in the evening to follow this game