Marseille vs Monaco: Live stream, how to watch on TV and Ligue 1 score updates | 05/03/2022
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What time is the Marseille-Monaco match in Ligue 1?
Where and how to watch Marseille vs Monaco live
The match will be broadcast on ESPN channels.
Marseille vs Monaco can be tuned in from the Star+ live stream.
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The two teams have met a total of 16 times in all competitions, leaving Monaco with 8 wins and 3 draws. Leaves Marseille with 5 wins.
last 5 meetings
In the last 5 meetings between the two teams, with 2 wins for each team and a draw.
Monaco 0-2 Marseille, 11.21 Sep, 21-22
Monaco 3-1 Marseille, 23.21 January, 20-21
Marseille 2-1 Monaco, 13.Dec.20, 20-21
Monaco 3-4 Marseille, 15.Sept.19, 19-20
Marseille 1-1 Monaco, 13.Jan.19, 18-19
How are they?
Monaco are coming off a 2-1 Ligue 1 loss to Nantes and in the Coupe de France semi-final they lost on penalties after a 2-2 draw, losing 4-2 in a shootout.
For their part, Marseille drew 1-1 in Ligue 1 against Troyes to stay second in the league, while in the Conference League they beat Qarabag 3-0.
Transfer of a young pearl
The Russian billionaire who resists
After the invasion of Ukraine by Russia, where several teams outside the Russian country are in the spotlight, where the tycoon Dmitry Rybolovlev is the main Russian billionaire who still stands in the midst of the persecution of faces linked to Vladimir Putin. He has been accused in the United States of being close to President Putin, but France has denied it. Rybolovlev left his country in 2010 after selling his stake in the Uralkali company to people close to Putin.
Mattéo Guendouzi, 22, has arrived on loan from Arsenal, having his second loan spell outside London after spending last season at Hertha Berlin, now he will remain permanently at Marseille, fulfilling the variables that made the loan permanent.
The French midfielder will sign with the Vélodrome club until 2026.
Watch out for this Monegasque player
Watch out for this Marseille player
player of the month
William Saliba’s performances this season at Marseille have earned him the club’s Player of the Month award. It’s a trend shared by Arsenal, the parent club, which has handed out awards to its players.
Saliba has received the award three times this campaign in France and looks increasingly likely to return to Arteta’s side.