Marseille vs Reims: TV channel, live stream, team news and preview


Last season’s runners-up have kicked off their new campaign against the Marne side – here’s everything you need to know

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On 2022-23 League 1 the season kicks off this weekend as traditional high-flyers Marseilles welcome Reims during an opening match at the Stade Vélodrome. The hosts arrive this term on the back of a second-place finish, having proven the main threat to Paris Saint-Germain’s ultimate crowning glory.

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But it’s a new campaign and they’ll be hoping to do better this time around – meaning they could start off on the right foot against their visitors, one of the most famous clubs in French football looking to give themselves a chance after two difficult seasons. .

ahead of the game, OBJECTIVE has the details on how to watch on TV, stream online, team news and more.

TV channel, live stream and how to watch

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Team news and rosters

After defending champions Lille fell short, it fell to Marseille to lead the chasing pack to hunt down Paris Saint-Germain’s title chances – and although they failed, the Olympians are far from dishonoring themselves in their pursuit of silverware.

While PSG have already thrown down an impressive gauntlet this season, the hosts and manager Igor Tudor must focus solely on getting off to a good start, especially with the looming mid-season World Cup disrupting schedules.

Predict Marseille starting XI: Lopez; Mbemba, Balerdi, Tavares; Clauss, Guendouzi, Rongier, Kolasinac; Gerson, Payet; militia.

The halcyon days of a brilliant start to 2019-20 – ended by the pandemic – with a sixth-place finish seem over for Reims, but there may be hope for the legendary outfit that they can come back in the half top of the table this term.

A failure to do so will leave Óscar García’s men at the mercy of a wider relegation battle this term, amid structural changes, necessitating the need to strike really fast and strike early this season.

Starting eleven planned for Reims: Pentz; Locko, Abdelhamid, Faes, Foket; Doumbia, Munetsi, Matusiwa, Kebbal; Touré, Balogun.

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