LIVE – Frankfurt-OM: classic for the composition of Igor Tudor

The Marseillais in difficulty in Germany

In the European Cup, away from home, OM have only won once against German clubs. In 2011 they overthrew Borrussia Dortmund (3-2) allowing them to qualify for the knockout stages of the Champions League.

Frankfurt still haven’t won at home

In the Champions League this season, Eintracht Frankfurt has still not achieved the slightest success after a stinging defeat against Sporting (0-3) and a draw against Tottenham (0-0).

The first leg

In the first leg between the two teams, OM lost at home to the Germans after a disappointing encounter by the Olympians (0-1). Lindstrom had been the game’s lone scorer just before halftime. The men of Tudor have a revenge to take.

Frankfurt with Kolo Muani, Dina Ebimbe and N’Dicka

The composition of Frankfurt:

Trapp – Jakic, Smolcic, N’Dicka – Dina Ebimbe, Kamada, Sow, Lenz – Lindstrom, Götze – Kolo Muani

Replacements:

Grahl, Ramaj, Onguéné, Alidou, Rode, Borré, Alario, Chandler, Pellegrini

OM without surprise, with Gerson on the bench

The composition of the OM:

Pau Lopez – Mbemba, Gigot, Balerdi – Clauss, Veretout, Rongier, Nuno Tavares – Guendouzi – Harit, Alexis Sanchez

Replacements:

Ngapandouentnbu, Blanco, Gerson, Payet, Suarez, Under, Kolasinac, Kaboré

A quiet afternoon in the streets of Frankfurt for OM fans

OM supporters held their meeting point in the city of Frankfurt (Römerberg Square) this Wednesday before heading to the metro next to the stadium. Marseille fans will then begin the Fan Walk inside the enclosure, with a police escort.

At 4 p.m., beautiful sunshine over Frankfurt and a good atmosphere, very quiet. Just over 2,000 Marseille supporters are expected this Wednesday evening for the match between Frankfurt and OM in the Champions League.

Florent Germain in Frankfurt

An OM supporter in Frankfurt © DR RMC Sport
OM supporters on the terrace in Frankfurt
OM supporters on the terrace in Frankfurt © DR RMC Sport

OM-Tottenham: the security system for welcoming English supporters in Marseille

On November 1, OM will host Tottenham for the last day of the Champions League group stage. The police have decided to maintain the same security arrangements as that which took place against Feyenoord Rotterdam last May.

>> Information on the security system during OM-Tottenham

OM qualified for the round of 16…

Second in group D before their match against Eintracht, the team led by Igor Tudor can validate their qualification for the round of 16 under certain conditions.

>>> how OM can qualify for the round of 16 tonight

The scenario of the qualification of OM

– Olympique de Marseille qualified if victory against Frankfurt and victory for Tottenham against Sporting Portugal.

– Tottenham qualify if they win against Sporting Portugal. Tottenham first if victory against Sporting and defeats of OM.

Hello and welcome everyone to this Champions League match

OM travel to the field of Eintracht Frankfurt this Wednesday and play part of their European future, since the Phocaeans, with favorable circumstances, could qualify for the round of 16 this evening. But for that, you have to beat Frankfurt, which is having a very lackluster European campaign, with only one success, but it was against Marseille, at the Stade Vélodrome. The Marseillais therefore have the opportunity to reset the counters by securing a place in 8th or failing that in the Europa League. A match to follow live on RMC Sport, kick-off at 9 p.m.

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