Sunday evening, OM face PSG in the league. A crucial meeting for the rest of the season since a victory would allow Marseille to relaunch the race for the title. To triumph, the Olympians will be able to count on a boiling public since the Stade Vélodrome attendance record is about to be beaten.
After the victory in the round of 16 of the Coupe de France two weeks ago, theOM welcome back the PSG this Sunday. This time, it’s in the league but the stakes are just as important. If successful, theOM will return to two points from the capital club, enough to completely relaunch the title race.
Kylian Mbappé will be there
Whether Neymar shouldn’t be in the game, the PSG this time can count on Kylian Mbappé. Injured two weeks ago, the French striker is more than ever back, he who has just scored a double against the LOSC. And the Vélodrome is waiting for it.
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Attendance record in sight
According to information from Karim Attabjournalist for Maritima, the Stade Vélodrome attendance record will be broken. I’OM should even approach the 66,000 spectators. And if ever the enclosure had been larger, 10 to 15,000 additional places could have been sold. The atmosphere promises to be electric!