After finishing on the Ligue 1 podium last season, Olympique de Marseille now has the chance to return to the Champions League with a first match at the top against Tottenham.
What time for Tottenham – OM?
Facing a Premier League cador for his return to C1, here is the big challenge that awaits the Marseille club for this first day of Group D. This match between Tottenham andOM will be played this Wednesday, September 7 at 9 p.m. at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. A part which will be refereed by the Slovenian Slavko Vincic.
On which channel to follow Tottenham – OM?
Like PSG on Tuesday, OM will be on view on the two Champions League channels, namely on Canal+ and RMC Sport 1. On the encrypted channel, comments will be provided by François Marchal and Sidney Govou, while Laurent Paganelli and Dominique Armand will be on the pitch.
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The probable compositions of Tottenham – OM:
Author of a good start to the season, with a third place equal to Manchester City after six days of the Premier League, Tottenham approaches this first European meeting with a certain confidence. Especially since for this meeting, Antonio Conte will have a fairly large group, without Lucas Moura or Gil.
Tottenham’s probable line-up: Lloris – Romero, Dier, Lenglet – Emerson, Bentancur, Hojbjerg, Sessegnon – Richarlison, Kane, Son.
Undefeated since the start of the season in L1, including four wins in a row and a place as co-leader with PSG after six days, OM now hope to translate their good start into a good result in the Champions League. A real motivation for Igor Tudor, who will be deprived of Gigot, Payet or Alexis Sanchez.
The probable composition of OM: Lopez – Mbemba, Bailly, Kolasinac – Clauss, Rongier, Veretout, Tavares – Guendouzi, Suarez, Gerson.