Diagram 1: How to view Monaco vs Marseille
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Ligue 1 season 2019-20 continues this weekend, with Matchday 5 following the September International Break. Marseille will head east on the French Riviera this Sunday, September 15th at 3pm at Stade Louis II (beIN Sports; live on FuboTV; and & nbsp; beIN Sports Connect) to join AS Monaco. ET.
Despite a disappointing game in the first two games of the season, Marseille has managed to reach eighth in the Ligue 1 table. New manager Andre Villas-Boas lost his overtime to the club, falling 2-0 at home to Stade Reims. His second match was just a small improvement as Les Olympiens leveled Nantess 0-0.
But Marseille has looked much better in two matches since then. Matchday 3, AVB and co. went to Nice and beat the unbeaten OGC Nice 2-1 after 73 minutes of a penalty by Dimitri Payet. Les Olympiens continued their victory in the last match before the break, defeating AS Saint-Etienne 1-0 in favor of Dario Benedetto.
In the meantime, Monaco has seen its disappointing performances from last season when it finished three points down from the retreat and was transferred to a new campaign. After Cesc Fabregas was sent off with a red card, Lyon was defeated in the overtime by Les Monégasques. In the second match of the season, they were faced with a 3-0 loss and a red card, this time being sent to FC Metz and Ruben Aguilar.
The Red Cards were still the subject of Monaco's third game of the season. In this match, however, Nimesi managed to lead 2: 0 before Jemerson handed his marching papers in the 55th minute, allowing Nimes to score two late goals. Against Strasbourg, Monaco finally managed to play the draw without being sent off, but it conceded late and only managed to draw a new draw 2-2.
Monaco still has major injury issues with some of its top players. Stefan Jovetic, Danijel Subasic and Benjamin Henrichs are all injured, as are young Willem Geubbels and Pietro Pellegri. Jemerson is suspended in a Marseille match as he serves Nimes directly against the Reds. Cesc Fabregas, however, is returning from his suspension. Meanwhile, Marseille enters the weekend entirely.
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