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TV: Montpellier – OL, on which channel and at what time?

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TV: Montpellier – OL, on which channel and at what time?
Written by madishthestylebar

A short week after their defeat on the lawn of Rennes for the great debut of Laurent Blanc, OL play this Saturday in Montpellier with the ambition of finding the way to victory.

What time for Montpellier – OL?

Plunged into a very bad series of six games without the slightest victory, with five defeats on the clock, including that suffered against the SRFC last Sunday (2-3), Lyon must reverse the trend against the MHSC on the occasion of the 11th day of L1. This Lyon – Montpellier match will be played this Saturday, October 22 at 5 p.m. at the Stade de la Mosson, it will be refereed by Thomas Léonard.

On which channel to follow Montpellier – OL?

Like every Saturday afternoon match in Ligue 1, this match between MHSC and OL will be broadcast on Amazon Prime Video. Smail Bouabdellah and Ludovic Obraniak will be on commentary, David Astorga will be on the pitch while the presentation will be made by Karim Bennani and Corine Petit.

The probable line-ups of Montpellier – OL:

Installed in the soft underbelly of the L1, with OL, Montpellier has just experienced complicated days, since Olivier Dall’Oglio was dismissed from his coaching duties this week. It is therefore without an official coach that the MHSC will try to achieve a result against OL, with several absentees like Mendes, Sainte-Luce or Sakho.

The probable composition of Montpellier: Omlin – Tchato, Jullien, Esteve, Cozza – Fayad, Ferri, Chotard – Savanier – Wahi, Khazri.

Unable to win a single game since the beginning of September, OL have already said goodbye to the podium, located 10 units after 11 days. But to continue to believe in the Top 5, synonymous with Europe, Lyon must raise the bar from this meeting in Montpellier. For the second of Laurent Blanc on the bench of Gones, Lyon will have to compose without Tolisso, on the sidelines for several weeks.

The probable line-up of OL: Lopes – Diomandé, Boateng, Lukeba – Gusto, Caqueret, Thiago Mendes, Tagliafico – Aouar – Dembélé, Lacazette.

Laurent Blanc (OL coach)

We prepared well for Saturday’s game. We worked hard on areas to improve after Rennes. I hope that we will have a positive analysis to make after this match in Montpellier. Montpellier has also just changed coaches, maybe they will change their system. But I prefer to focus on my players, on my team.



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