PAOK-OM: On which channel and at what time to watch the boiling return quarter of the Conference League

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Om will face PAOK in Thessaloniki this Thursday in the second leg of the Conference League quarter-finals. The winner in the first leg (2–1), the Marseille club will fight to reach the last four against a Greek team supported by supporters excited by the events of the duel at the Velodrome.

The dream of winning the first edition of the Conference League to be held in Tirana on May 25 remains alive ahead of a return to the quarter-finals at PAOK Salonica’s ground in Marseille this Thursday. Victorious in the first leg in a controlled but ultimately not well-paid match (2–1), OM had a slight advantage before the second leg against the Greeks. a duel to follow live From 9 pm on W9 channelswho still prefer to broadcast OM instead of OL, and Canal + Sports,

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The author of An Extraordinary Goal at the Velodrome, Dmitry Payet will try to do it again inside PAOK to send his team to the semi-finals of this new competition. Olympian captain and adamant Steve Mandanda will face particularly strong hostility from local supporters following the events of the first leg in Marseille City.

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Boiling atmosphere in Greece

Marked by several incidents between supporters, the first leg between OM and PAOK led to an investigation by UEFA. Pending potential sanctions from the body’s disciplinary body, Greek officials have taken measures to limit excesses during their return to Thessaloniki in the quarter-finals. It’s simple, after the decision of the local police no Marseille fan was allowed to travel to Greece.

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Something to further increase the pressure on the shoulders of Marseille players during this comeback match. Beyond the fiery PAOK president, the sulphurous Ivan Sevidis, and coach Razwan Lucescu, about 29,000 PAOK supporters will take their places in the stands of Tumba Stadium.

Despite several absences following the return of Milik or the suspensions of Gerson, Kamara and Dieng, Om will have to fight with a restricted group to try to snatch his spot for the semi-finals of the Conference League. A real European battle.

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