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Lyon vs Marseille Live Stream

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  • Venue: Stade de Gerland
  • City: Lyon
  • Match date: 14/4/2012
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Match Preview & Form guide

French league high-flyers Marseille visit Stade de Gerland on Saturday to contend with Ligue 1 front-runners Lyon. Lyon may be behind on points but their form means they should be able to see off Marseille. The home side have been inconsistent recently and won twice but lost three of their last five matches and sit in 4th place in Ligue 1 in the Europa League places, while the away side have been in great form having won three of their last five games and lie in 6th position in the table.

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