|Match||Stade de Reims vs. Olympique de Marseille|
|Competition||2022/23 Ligue 1|
|Match day||Week 28|
|Venue||Auguste-Delaune II Stadium, Reims|
|Date||Sunday, March 19, 2023|
|Official TV||beIN Sports|
Reims and Marseille will cap off Ligue 1 action this weekend when they face off at the Stade Auguste-Delaune on Sunday night. Reims is in eighth place in the standings with 43 points, while Marseille is in third place with 56 points.
Reims have been in excellent form this season under Will Still, the youngest Ligue 1 manager at just 30 years old. Since taking charge of Reims last October, Still hasn’t tasted defeat in 17 league games (W9 D8 L0). Reims has also kept three straight wins without conceding in its last three games against Troyes (4-0), Lorient (4-2) and Monaco (1-0).
Marseille have also been no less impressive under Igor Tudor, who replaced Jorge Sampaoli in January. Les Phocéens have the best away record in Ligue 1 with 10 wins from 13 matches (D2 L1). Marseille has also won seven straight away games in the league and has conceded just one goal in its last five.
However, Marseille failed to maintain a two-goal advantage when they were held to a 2-2 draw last week by Strasbourg. Strasbourg’s goals came in stoppage time and left Marseille 13 points behind leaders PSG.
Marseille certainly doesn’t want to lose any more points if they want to maintain their chances of competing with the defending champions. Moreover, their position has been temporarily replaced by RC Lens, which is now in second place after successfully adding three points thanks to a 3-0 win over Angers last night.
Interesting Statistics and Facts
Marseille is ranked higher than Reims in the French football league by 13 points.
Marseille has more wins than Reims both overall and home and away. Marseille won 17 of 27 matches, while Reims won only 10 times.
Reims has more draws than Marseille both overall and home and away. Reims drew 13 of 27 matches, while Marseille only drew 5.
The two teams have lost the same way on the road, namely 2, but Marseille has lost more at home, namely 4, compared to Reims, which has only lost 2.
Marseille has more goals than Reims both overall and home and away. Marseille scored 51 goals from 27 matches, while Reims only scored 35 goals.
The two teams have the same goals received on the road which is 13 goals, but Reims has fewer goals received at home which is 13 goals compared to Marseille which has received 18 goals.
Reims has kept more clean sheets than Marseille both overall and home and away. Reims managed to keep the net clean 12 times from 27 matches, while Marseille only managed 9 times.
- August 08, 2022 – Olympique-Marseille [4 – 1] Reims (Ligue 1)
- April 25, 2022 – Reims [0 – 1] Olympique-Marseille (Ligue 1)
- December 23, 2021 – Olympique-Marseille [1 – 1] Reims (Ligue 1)
- April 24, 2021 – Reims [1 – 3] Olympique-Marseille (Ligue 1)
- December 20, 2020 – Olympique-Marseille [1 – 1] Reims (Ligue 1)
- February 12, 2023 – Reims [4 – 0] Troyes (Ligue 1)
- February 18, 2023 – OGC-Nice [0 – 0] Reims (Ligue 1)
- February 26, 2023 – Reims [3 – 0] Toulouse (Ligue 1)
- March 05, 2023 – Reims [1 – 0] Ajaccio (Ligue 1)
- March 12, 2023 – AS-Monaco [0 – 1] Reims (Ligue 1)
- February 20, 2023 – Toulouse [2 – 3] Olympique-Marseille (Ligue 1)
- February 27, 2023 – Olympique-Marseille [0 – 3] PSG (Ligue 1)
- March 02, 2023 – Olympique-Marseille [2 – 2 P] Annecy (Coupe de France)
- March 06, 2023 – Rennes [0 – 1] Olympique-Marseille (Ligue 1)
- March 13, 2023 – Olympique-Marseille [2 – 2] Strasbourg (Ligue 1)
Possible Starting Lineup:
Reims was without three injured players, namely Noah Jean Holm (back), Myziane Maolida (ankle) and Emmanuel Agbadou (muscle). Meanwhile, the Marseille camp is also still without striker Arkadiusz Milik who has not recovered from a knee injury.
Marseille are also certain to miss defender Leonardo Balerdi who is suspended after receiving a red card against Strasbourg last week. It is likely that Igor Tudor will install Duje Caleta-Car as a replacement for Leonardo Balerdi in the center back position.
Caleta-Car is an experienced and physically strong player. He can also play as a right back if needed. Reims meanwhile are hoping to start midfielder Mathieu Cafaro who has just returned to training after being sidelined since January with a hamstring injury.
|Reims (4-2-3-1)||Marseille (3-4-2-1)|
Where to Watch Live
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Tonight there is an exciting match between Reims vs Marseille in the 2022/23 Ligue 1 competition. If nothing changes, of course you can watch the live broadcast and live streaming of Reims vs Marseille via the beIN Sports platforms.
Live Streaming Info
Held at the Auguste-Delaune II Stadium, Reims on Sunday, March 19, 2023, the Reims vs. Marseille (OM) show will start kick-off at 14:45 EDT. The following is additional information on TV channels in several countries that are broadcasting streaming this match.
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