Marseille at home against ASSE – Saturday – 9:00pm GMT – The Orange Velodrome.
ASSE currently sit in eleventh place as they travel to eighth placed Marseille.
Olympique de Marseille’s campaign so far has seen them accrue four points this season
Marseille will be hoping for a win, following a disappointing 2-2 home draw against Bordeaux in their last game.
With one draws in one game, Manager Jorge Sampaoli has plenty to ponder, going into the next match, not least of which is how to get the wins he needs. With eighth, they currently sit four points in the League having won one game and drawn one game.
Playing at home, Marseille have drawn one game.
Olympique de Marseille will have 7 points so far this season, should they secure a win.
Marseille’s squad has depth, but even so, Jorge Sampaoli is likely to be missing two of they key players when they start Saturday’s game.
With the Ligue 1 season well into its stride, Saint-Étienne have managed to gain three points
A 3rd successive, disappointing result for ASSE will not be acceptable for Claude Puel’s squad. They will see this fixture as an opportunity to turn their form around after drawing 1-1 at Lille and 2-2 at RC Lens.
They currently sit in eleventh place, with a total of three points drawn three games.
ASSE will travel to Marseille with a win record on the road that is quite unremarkable, with one darts.
A win in this fixture, would take Saint-Étienne’s points from 3 to 6, so far this season.
Going into Saturday’s game, Claude Puel without one of his players, due to illness or injury.
Olympique de Marseille v Saint-Étienne – Head-to-Head.
Marseille and ASSE have faced each other 45 times in the past, with the balance of wins sitting in Marseille’s favour (22 – 11). In addition, ten of the previous 20 fixtures between Marseille and ASSE have resulted in a Marseille win. July 2021 was the most recent time these two clashed in this competition and The Phocaeans took all three points winning 2-1.
The odds of a Marseille win are currently 57.47 percent.