Following its fine victory on the lawn of Marseille in the Olympico of Ligue 1 last weekend, Olympique Lyonnais will try to chain a new success in Metz to continue to dream of Europe.
What time to watch Metz – OL?
The day after the Coupe de France final between Nantes and Nice, Lyon will launch this very enticing Sunday of football in L1. Since this meeting between Metz and OL will be played this Sunday May 8 at 1 p.m. The match will be refereed by Eric Wattellier.
On which channel to follow Metz – OL?
Like all matches on Sunday 1 p.m., this Metz-OL will be broadcast on Amazon Prime Video. Julien Brun and Benjamin Nivet will be on commentary. Fabrice Hawkins will be on the pitch, while Saber Desfarges and Ludovic Obraniak will ensure the presentation of this decisive meeting for the two teams in the French championship.
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The probable line-ups of Metz – OL:
Unable to win since last January, Metz remains on 14 games without the slightest victory. Last of the L1, the Garnets have no other choice but to win against Lyon to hope to play the place of play-off during the last two days. But to fulfill its mission, Frédéric Antonetti’s group will be deprived of many players like Amadou, Bronn, Cabit, Cande, Maiga, Oukidja or Udol.
The probable composition of Metz: Caillard – Lacroix, Kouyate, Niakate – Centonze, N’Doram, Pajot, Boulaya, Delaine – De Preville, Mafouta.
Returning to the gates of the Top 5 thanks to their fine 3-0 victory against OM last Sunday, OL are five points behind European places. To continue to dream, the Gones must win everything until the whistle of the season, hoping for missteps from competitors. But to achieve its goals, Peter Bosz’s team will have to compose without Caqueret, Cherki, Denayer or Diomandé.
The probable line-up of OL: Lopes – Gusto, Boateng, Lukeba, Emerson – Thiago Mendes, Aouar – Tete, Paqueta, Toko Ekambi – Dembele.
Peter Bosz’s statement:
🎙 Peter Bosz at a press conference on D-2 of the match #FCMOL “We were very happy after the victory in Marseille. Immediately afterwards the focus was on Metz. We had a good week of training, the players are good” pic.twitter.com/bKrszTBA0T
— Olympique Lyonnais (@OL) May 6, 2022
“We were very happy after the victory in Marseille. Immediately after, the focus was on Metz. We had a good week of training, the players are good. Metz will be a different game from Marseille but that doesn’t mean it will be easier. It’s up to me to prepare the team, it will be a different game tactically. You will have to try to play in small spaces. The most important thing is that in the last matches we score goals. Before we had chances but we didn’t score. It’s hard to really explain why. The team has never lowered its head and still believes in Europe. We started a series of victories and it is absolutely necessary to continue it against Metz ”.
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