Feyenoord-OM: at what time and on which channel to watch the semi-finals of the Europa League conference

OM, the last French club to take part in European competition this season, moves to the first leg of the Europa League conference semi-finals on the lawns of Feyenoord this Thursday (9pm).

With 65 points and a decent lead over their chasers in Ligue 1, Olympique de Marseille can peacefully reach the first leg of their Europa League conference semi-finals on the lawns of Feyenoord this Thursday. A match that will air simultaneously on M6 and Canal+ Sport from 9 pm onwards. Steve Mandanda will play his 100th European match in OM’s jersey on this occasion. If López took over Mandanda in Ligue 1, it was the former OM captain who was retained by Jorge Sampaoli for the Europa League conference.

OM ends the season with a cannonball

Looking for tickets to next season’s Champions League, Om de Mandanda will first try to qualify for the final of the Europa League conference, on Wednesday 25 May in Tirana, the only competition that can still win him a title. Steve Mandanda therefore looks ahead of this century, and is aiming for 102 matches (counting the return to a week in Marseille), i.e. the sixth European final for OM, the second for Marseille goalkeepers after the Europa League in 2018.

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With 10 wins in his last 11 matches in all competitions, Om is ending the season with a cannonball. OM also recorded his Polish centre-forward Arkadiusz Milik’s return from injury, an added advantage before a final sprint that promises to be breathless. Milik, this season, has 20 goals in 32 appearances, apart from always being bowled by Jorge Sampaoli, who has not always considered the Polish center forward an essential player for his team.

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