The pass of three for OL
The dynamics are different. Currently in a bad patch, OM remain five games without a win (in all competitions) and are coming out of a huge disappointment against Tottenham in the Champions League. For its part, theOL has found its colors under the leadership of Laurent Blanc and has just had two successes in a row, against Montpellier and Lille, and will have the advantage of not having played this week. In addition, the Lyonnais have dominated the Phocaeans during their last two oppositions.
Lyon win in Marseille >> Odds at 3.05 on ParionsSport (odds are subject to change)
Goals at the Velodrome
The confrontations between Marseillais and Lyonnais have often been prolific. Indeed, we have to go back to the 2016-2017 season to find a goalless draw (0-0) between the two teams. And in the last five Olympicos, the two teams have each time shaken the net. Goals are therefore expected on Sunday evening (8:45 p.m.) at the Vélodrome stadium between two teams brought forward.
OM and OL score >> Odds at 1.50 on ParionsSport (odds are subject to change)
Lacazette on its way
If Olympique Lyonnais is doing better, Alexandre Lacazette is no stranger to it. It must be said that the former Gunner has regained efficiency in front of goal in recent weeks and this has resulted in four goals scored in the last three outings of Gones. There is no doubt that Igor Tudor’s men will have to watch the tricolor international closely.
Lacazette scorer against OM >> Odds at 2.95 on ParionsSport (odds are subject to change)