Marseille coach Marcelo Bielsa has urged his players to rectify last week's defeat against Monaco at their Stade Velodrome fortress on Sunday.
Bielsa's Ligue 1 leaders entertain Lille in their final fixture before the Christmas break after failing to take advantage of closest rivals Paris Saint-Germain's surprise slip at Guingamp.
Marseille hold a one-point advantage over PSG but it could have been four had they taken their chances at Monaco's Stade Louis II.
``I'm not angry,'' Bielsa told the official...
Zinedine Zidane has told Marseille's official website he would have loved to have played for his hometown club and paid tribute to Marcelo Bielsa's work at the Stade Velodrome this season.
The Marseille-born legend started his professional career at nearby Cannes, before first establishing his reputation at Bordeaux.
He then developed into one of the game's all-time greats during spells at Juventus and Real Madrid, but ended his career in 2006 having never pulled on an OM shirt.
The 1998 World Cup...
The French are not known for being particularly good at suspense. We are quite a predictable bunch as my British wife will often remind me.
Our back catalogue of films consist of many a twisted love story with a psychological edge, our best writers philosophize and give social commentary and our general elections are a one horse race where politicians make predictable comebacks. However our football is different. We've done suspense pretty well over the last few years, even more so this year.