It has been a long time since the French first division championship was so undecided. Behind the infernal quartet LOSC, PSG, Monaco and OL, Olympique de Marseille is fighting for fifth place with Rennes and Lens. Once is not customary, it is at 1 p.m. this Sunday that OM travels to Saint-Etienne for a classic of the Ligue 1 Uber Eats. Two formations which bring together 19 titles of champion of France. And the theater of this match which smells of powder will be the Geoffroy Guichard stadium in Saint-Etienne.
This poster for the 36th day is also the clash between the stars of the two teams. On the one hand, Wahbi Khazri, Denis Bouanga or Mathieu Debuchy and on the other Arkadiusz Milik, Dimitri Payet or Florian Thauvin, who has just signed for the Tigers, in Mexico. And for this eagerly awaited meeting, the Saint-Etienne club will be able to count on all its living forces apart from Jessy Moulin, Yvann Maçon, Yvan Neyou and Anthony Modeste. As for the Marseille club, it will have to do without Hiroki Sakai who still suffers from the back and Jordan Amavi, in the recovery phase.
For this ASSE-OM, the two teams are not in the same dynamic. Claude Puel’s gang have won 2 matches but have also lost 2 in their last 4 matches. As for the training coached by Jorge Sampaoli, it remains on a good series of 5 matches without defeats (3 wins and 2 draws). The Greens will have to align their best eleven to take the best from Marseille. The former OL coach should line up a 4-3-3 with undoubtedly an attacking trio Hamouma-Khazri-Bouanga. On the Marseille side, Dimitri Payet will try to guide his team. The French international attacking midfielder will once again be the spearhead of the Olympian team, which will be set in 3-5-2. The former Stéphanois will be responsible for supplying the home scorer Milik and Florian Thauvin, who will want to end his Marseille adventure in style. One thing is certain, it is a great match which is expected this afternoon in the Forez between two formations which have a lot to prove at the end of the 2020-21 season.
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Watch Saint-Etienne-OL live streaming
You are not unaware that Telefoot, the group’s channel Mediapro, stopped broadcasting for a few weeks, and the LFP was able to reach an agreement with Canal + to broadcast the whole of Ligue 1 until the end of the season. To follow this match in streaming broadcast on Channel, you can opt for the OTT subscription MyCanal which will allow you to follow tonight’s match legally and for a small fee with the current offer. The stream, available in high quality via the application MyCanal, will thus be accessible from your computer (desktop or laptop), your tablet without forgetting your smartphone anywhere, on the sole condition of having a good 4G connection.
Your subscription will be active immediately, enough to take advantage of this football night at the last minute, and the last two days in multiplex, Canal + now having the rights to the entire French championship now, and the Champions League next season!
This poster, which is therefore clearly in favor of ASSE to Geoffroy Guichard (32 victories against OM, 15 draws and 8 defeats in 55 confrontations), smells of powder. And the TV broadcast of this duel of titans will be on the channel Canal + Sport in France, this Sunday afternoon at 1 p.m. and will be available in Streaming in a 100% legal way and in HD. If you are a supporter of the Marseille club or the Forez club and you do not have access to your television, be aware that it is possible to follow this Saint-Etienne vs OM live streaming and completely legally .
How to watch the Monaco – OL streaming tonight in HD on your TV?
For those who have an Android TV or a ChromeCast, you will be able to stream this poster between the formation chaired by the tandem Roland Romeyer and Bernard Caïazzo and that directed by Pablo Longoria (broadcast on Canal Plus Sport and MyCanal) directly on your television and thus enjoy this prestigious meeting installed quietly on your sofa, as long as you have good wifi or a quality 4G connection. You can take advantage of the offers Channel from only € 20.99, without obligation, enough to watch the whole of Ligue 1 until the end of the season and cancel your subscription according to your wishes. And for those under 26, Channel lower its price to € 10.49, still without obligation! It will cost you barely € 31.47 until the end of the championship, so you might as well not be deprived.
And what better than to start with an ASSE-OM which will be refereed by the very experienced Johan Hamel. The 40-year-old French referee is experienced in Ligue 1 with 109 first division matches to his credit. He will be assisted by Hicham Zakrani and Yannick Boutry. The post of fourth referee will be occupied by Sylvain Palhies. The two video assistant referees will be Bastien Dechepy and Lionel Jaffredo.