Tensions between Lensois and Marseille supporters
There was a small fight between Marseille and Lensois supporters in the parking lot behind the Marek stand around 6:15 p.m. The police quickly calmed the situation.
Some tensions around Bollaert?
A tense moment occurred around 6:15 p.m. near the Bollaert stadium. About fifty Racing supporters ran behind the Tribune Marek. The police intervened quickly. For the moment the origin of this tension is not known.
Marseille will evolve in blue against Lens, more than 1,000 Marseille supporters
While the Sang et Or will play in their traditional colors, OM will play in blue with their outer tunic. Igor Tudor’s men will be supported by more than 1,000 supporters at the Félix Bollaert-Delélis stadium.
The Lensoise enclosure will obviously be sold out, and this for the 24th time (over two seasons).
OM: Mbemba preferred to Balerdi
There was a doubt between Chancel Mbemba and Leonardo Balerdi and the trend of the week even gave the Argentinian defender an advantage to play outside like in Lyon two weeks ago. Finally, the Marseille coach Igor Tudor will line up the same three axial defenders as in the last match against Auxerre, namely Mbemba, Gigot and Kolasinac. Balerdi will be on the bench.
Lens – OM: “It’s like a final”, assures Colette, emblematic supporter of Marseille ID
Founder of the Dodgers, a group of Marseille supporters from the north corner, Colette Cataldo (82) made the long trip to Lens with her family to support OM for “a final” in the race for the Champions League.
>>> his story can be read in our paper here
Big atmosphere in Marignane for the departure of the Marseillais
The Marseille supporters met this morning for the players to get off the bus at Marignane airport before taking off for Lens. They kept their promise. Songs, flags, smoke bombs and a big atmosphere to accompany the players and motivate them before this big meeting.
Haise doesn’t like the term ‘final’ for this game
The Lens coach does not want to talk about a “final” for second place
The Lens group
Machado is present, the rest is no surprise
Hello everyone and welcome to this live from Lens-Marseille
This is the poster for this 34th day of Ligue 1: the third in the standings, Lens, welcomes the second, OM, to Bollaert. The teams are only separated by a small point in the standings and this match looks like a final before the hour for the place of runners-up and qualification for the next Champions League.
On paper, the meeting promises to be very attractive between two of the teams that have enjoyed the game the most this season. Igor Tudor also praised with class the work of his opponent Franck Haise at a press conference. The two teams also have the ambition to try to tickle PSG to the end, leader with five lengths ahead of Marseille.
Lens-OM, kick-off at 9 p.m. A match broadcast on TV on Canal+ Foot and Canal+ Sport 360, to follow live in full radio on RMC and in this live-text on RMC Sport.