Olympique de Marseille returns to the Stade Vélodrome for this new Ligue 1 season with the aim of making people forget the disappointment against Panathinaikos this week during the third preliminary round of the Champions League (0-1). Marcelino and his recruits welcome the Stade de Reims in a particular context because OM are playing their future in the Champions League this Tuesday August 15 in the return match against the Greek club. “I’m always optimistic, I always tell myself that we’re going to play well. I repeat, we had little time, it’s not an excuse but a reality.”, declared the Spanish coach of OM at a press conference.
Opposite, the Rémois will officially start their 2023/2024 season with this trip to Marseille. Authors of a good season last year, Will Still’s men will be keen to strike a blow from the start of the Championship. And for that, the Champenois have put the means of their ambitions with 7 newcomers including the biggest transfer in the history of the club, Keito Nakamura who arrives from the Austrian club of Lask against 12 million euros. “We are going there to try to play a very big game,” warned the Belgian coach.
What time does the match OM – Reims start?
The match OM – Reims will start at 5 p.m. It will take place at the Stade Vélodrome in Marseille.
On which TV channel is OM – Reims broadcast?
The only channel that will broadcast this OM – Reims is PrimeVideo. Éric Wattellier will be the referee for this first meeting of the season for the two clubs in Ligue 1.
Which streaming broadcast for the match OM – Reims?
The only streaming broadcast available to follow this OM – Reims will be on Amazon’s digital platform, PrimeVideo. You must have the Pass Ligue 1 subscription to be able to watch the match.
What probable compositions for OM – Reims?
Marcelino should trust the majority of his recruits for the reception of Reims this Saturday with the presence of five of them. Here is the probable starting lineup of the Phocaeans: Pau Lopez – Clauss, Gigot, Mbemba, Renan Lodi – Veretout, Kondogbia, Ounahi – Sarr, Aubameyang, Ndiaye.
Opposite, Will Still could also rely on new elements of his team, particularly in defense with the presence of former La Gantoise defender Joseph Okumu as well as young Manchester City player Josh Wilson-Esbrand. Here is the probable composition of the Rémois: Diouf – Foket, Okumu, Abdelhamid, Wilson-Esbrand – Richardson, Munetsi, Matusiwa – Khadra, Diakité, Flips.
What are the predictions for the match OM – Reims?
On sports betting sites, OM are the favorites for this match against Reims as on Unibet where they are at 1.70, the draw is at 3.98 and the visitors’ victory is at 4.75. On Parionssport, the Olympians are at 1.69, the draw is at 3.95 and the victory of the Rémois is at 4.60.