OM – Feyenoord: TV channel, predictions, line-ups… Match info

OM - Feyenoord: chaine TV, pronostic, compos... Les infos du match OM – Feyenoord. Beaten in the first leg in the Netherlands (2-3), Olympique de Marseille no longer has a choice and must win against Feyenoord to reach the final. Follow the Europa Conference League semi-final second leg with us live.

The situation is not ideal but could have been even worse at the dawn of this semi-final second leg of the European Cup, although it it’s just the little new Europa Conference League. Although defeated in the first leg in a match with twists and turns (2-3 after being down 0-2, editor’s note), OM saved most of their trip to Rotterdam, namely being still in the game to qualify in the final of the competition. “We are still in the race. We are only led by one goal” , precisely summed up the midfielder OM Matteo Guendouzi. And all of Marseille can’t help dreaming, intoxicated by the scent of a European title that is reaching out to them. A whole city is buzzing, bubbling and the Vélodrome will be full tonight to support its players in order to bring them that extra soul that will open their way to the final.

Playing at home will be a great help for a team that is struggling to complete its exercise, tired of the many efforts made to pursue PSG in Ligue 1 and rise to this stage in Europe. Repeated matches, pressure and a declining physique. However, Arkadiusz Milik does not make an argument of it. “Tomorrow (tonight), it will be a big game for us, we will not be able to look for excuses. We are at the end of the season, there is no more a lot of games. I don’t think we have to make excuses for each other, on the physical level etc. We lost, it happens, but we move forward and we learn from our mistakes. We are mentally and physically ready. We have everything to win , to play the Champions League and reach this final”, evacuated the Polish striker who should find his place at the forefront of the Marseille attack. An essential return as it leaves the threat hanging over the opposing defense and can serve as support for a Payet from whom the Marseille people expect new miracles.

Two ideas of serenity

The former Nantes player will once again have the keys to the OM game and therefore the responsibility to orchestrate the offensives of his people as well as possible, even to conclude them as he has become accustomed to. He will be all the more motivated since he does not wish to relive the same end of the season as in 2018 when Marseille failed in the Europa League final and finished 4th in Ligue 1, losing everything in the package. “We did nine months of high quality but if we miss the last three weeks, it’s nine months for nothing. Losing everything in a few days is horrible We have to give everything to have no regrets”, he warned before the match against Lyon. A warning not really heard since the Marseillais completely foiled at home (0-3). A perhaps life-saving slap to remobilise.

In a press conference, Jorge Sampaoli showed no concern and raised the stakes of this semi-final second leg. For the Argentinian, his team will above all have to be patient and calm. “We will have to dominate the ball and create chances from this footballing control. The basis of work that we have seen during this season. And it is thanks to that that we are still in the race in several competitions. If we get angry, get stressed, the situation risks becoming unfavorable”, he explained.

If the Marseillais seem to have players capable of carrying it to the final, on the Dutch side, serenity is in order. With a goal in advance, Feyenoord knows they are in a strong position and will rely on it to try to suck the Marseillais forward and take them from behind. “There will be times when Marseille will have more control, so we will have to defend more than last week but we are not going to back down. If we have to fall back very low, however, we have the right players to hit on the counterattack” , said Arne Slot, sketching the outlines of a well-rehearsed tactic. To the Marseillais not to be trapped and to show more rigor than on the outward journey to maintain the dream of a new European final.

What time will the match OM – Feyenoord take place?

The quarter-final second leg between Olympique de Marseille and Feyenoord will take place from 21 hours, near the Vélodrome in Marseille.

On which channel will the match be broadcast? OM – Feyenoord?

The return semi-final between Olympique de Marseille and Feyenoord will be broadcast live and unencrypted on M6 to the general public, as well as on Canal+Sport, for subscribers.

What streaming broadcast for the OM – Feyenoord match?

The match between Dimitri Payet’s Olympique de Marseille and Sinisterra’s Feyenoord will be available for streaming on the MyCanal platform.

What are the predictions for the match OM – Feyenoord?

  • BetClic: Olympique de Marseille: 2,11 / Draw: 3,75 / Feyenoord: 3,25
  • Bwin: Olympique de Marseille: 2,10 / Draw: 3,11 / West Ham: 3,
  • Winamax: Olympique de Marseille: 2, / Draw: 3,78 / Feyenoord: 3,25
  • What are the probable compositions of OM and Feyenoord?

    Olympique de Marseille: Mandan da – Caleta-Car, Saliba, Perez – Rongier, Harit, Kamara, Guendouzi, Gerson – Payet, Milik.

  • Feyenoord: Marciano – Malacia, Geertruida, Trauner, Senesi – Aursnes, Til, Nelson, Kokcu – Dessers, Sinisterra.
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