Estimated line-ups, TV channels, statistics… The match sheet!

Olympique de Marseille receives Strasbourg tonight at 9pm for the final Ligue 1 game. Probable eleven, group, statements, TV channels, weather forecast… All pre-match info is here…

What’s the time ? Which TV station?

The meeting between Olympique de Marseille and Strasbourg will take place at 21 clock at the Velodrome Stadium in Marseille. The game will be broadcast on Canal + Décalé.

The OM Group

Guardian :

Mandanda, Simon, Lopez

Defender:
Kolasinac, Peres, Lirola, Caleta-Car, Saliba, Mmadi

Environments :
Kamara, Rongier, Gerson, Gueye, Guendouzi, Targhalline

Forward:

Luis Henrique, Dieng, Under, Ben Seghir, Harit, Milik, and Bakambu

The Strasbourg Group

Guardian

Matz Salts, Eiji Kawashima

defender

Frédéric Guilbert, Karol Fila, Lucas Perrin, Anthony Caci, Gerzino Nyamsi, Maxime Le Marchand, Alexander Djiku, Ismaël Doukouré

environments

Jean-Eudes Aholou, Adrien Thomasson, Sanjin Prcic, Jeanricner Bellegarde, Ibrahima Sissoko, and Nordine Kandil

attacker

Majeed Waris, Kevin Gameiro, Habib Diallo, and Ludovic Ajorque.

The probably eleven

Om :

Mandala

Lirola Kamara Caleta – Car Peres

Rodier

Guendouzi Gueye

Under Milik Gerson

Strasbourg:

salts

Nyamsi Djiku Lucas Perrin

Caci Bellegarde Prcic Thomasson Guilbert

Ajorque Gameiro

The stadium

Historical Tifo of the Velodrome / OM PSG / April 5, 2015.

This game will be played at the Stade Vélodrome (capacity: 67,394 seats).

The referee of this OM – Strasbourg

The referee of the match between OM and Strasbourg is Stéphanie Frappart. Mikaël Berchebru and Nicolas Danos will be his two assistants on the touchline. The position of fourth referee is occupied by Jérémy Stinat. The two video assistant referees are Jérôme Brisard and Alexandre Castro.

weather

Weather forecast in Marseille at 9 p.m

  • – Pleasant (32% cloudiness)
  • – Temperature 22°C / felt 21°C
  • – Wind: SW 7 km/h

– Humidity: 57%

Forecast accuweather.com

Play OM – Strasbourg in Ligue 1 OM wins : 43 draws : 28

Strasbourg wins:

27 pre-game statements “The best way to prepare for this game is to know what kind of game it’s going to be. At the end of the season we have to be at our best, we’ve been working on different structures this week, defensively and offensively. We’ve been working on several situations this week that have caused us concern.

Jorg Sampaoli – Source: press conference (05/19/2022) “For the game on Saturday? It is clear that Strasbourg has nothing to lose. Unlike OM who spent most of the season in second place. The stadium will be full. The pressure is on OM. It’s a great game for us (…) I asked Julien Stephan the same thing I asked Thierry Laurey. Of course, maintenance aside, the primary goal is not classification but to fill the stadium, have a happy crowd with a dynamic team. »

Markus Keller– Source: The Daily Sport (05/19/2022)

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