PSG-OM: Tough blow for Marseille, Milik will miss the classic

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As reported this Friday by L’Equipe, Arek Milik has been confiscated for OM’s trip to Paris (8:45 p.m. this Sunday). The Polish striker has been injured since March 24 and has a friendly match for Poland.

Om (again) would have to do without Arek Milik in the Parc des Princes. As indicated by L’Equipe this Friday, the Polish striker has been seized for the classic against PSG, this Sunday evening at 8:45 (the 32nd day of Lie 1). The Marseille striker has not fully recovered from a thigh injury in a friendly match between Poland and Scotland in Glasgow on 24 March, where he was moved in the 27th minute of the game.

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Facing PSG, Milik will miss his fourth consecutive match with Om. Despite the striker’s loss, Folkens has been on an excellent dynamic, in great shape before being absent from the field (four goals in his four games prior to injury).

Thanks to success on PAOK Salonica’s lawn in the Europa Conference League quarter-final return, Jorge Sampaoli’s men are now on a series of eight consecutive victories. Against Paris, Marseille can count on the return of Bamba Dieng, having been suspended for a trip to Greece this Thursday evening.

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With a great dynamic, so OM will present itself with complete confidence at the Parc des Princes this Sunday. “When we look at Marseille’s confidence at the moment and what is happening in the locker room and on the field, we tell ourselves that there might be something to play in the park”, Erik Di Meco estimated this Friday. At the Super Moscato show on RMC.

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