Olympic de Marseille host Reims in Ligue 1 this Saturday at Stade Velodrome. Watch a free live football stream of Marseilles v Reims from 16:00 on October 26th.
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Marseilles will seek to arrest a run of two successive Ligue 1 defeats as they aim to remain in touch in the hunt for the Champions League places. They were in action in that competition on Tuesday evening, but in order to be taking part next year, they’ll need to avoid dropping further points and a 1-0 defeat at Nice saw them lose valuable momentum. The fixture list has produced plenty of away days from Les Phoceens so far, and their four home matches have seen two games won and two lost. Losses against Monaco and Paris St Germain might have been anticipated though frustratingly, they were ahead in both matches. Andre Ayew has scored in their last two Ligue 1 games though watch your bets as younger brother, Jordan, who is also a forward, could start.
Reims were also in action last Friday night and they succumbed to a 2-1 home defeat by Toulouse. They had only had themselves to blame for that loss as Antoine Devaux saw red late in the second half, and the resultant penalty was decisively converted. Having finished tenth in Ligue 1 last season, they have not had any worries with regard to European adventures, though their fans might just be concerned as to when their next victory might obtain. The North-East club clearly haven’t been the most exciting to watch as they had drawn their previous six matches with three of those ending goalless.
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The teams fought out a 0-0 draw in the corresponding fixture last season though Marseilles did beat Reims in the reverse meeting. Games involving Reims have tended to be low scoring of late, and their lack of a cutting edge has seen them achieve “more than one goal” once in their ten matches so far.