MX23RW : Monday, January 21 04:16:12
May 3, 2018 at 8.05pm UK at ​Red Bull Arena (Wals-Siezenheim)
SalzburgRed Bull Salzburg
2-1
Marseille
Haidara (53'), Sarr (65' og.)
Haidara (119')
FT(HT: 0-0)
Rolando (116')

Team News: Marseille make one change at Red Bull Salzburg

Team News: Marseille make one change at Salzburg
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Marseille make one change for the second leg of their Europa League semi-final against Red Bull Salzburg.

Marseille have made one change to their starting XI for the second leg of their Europa League semi-final against Red Bull Salzburg.

The French outfit have drafted in Valere Germain to play up front in Austria, in place of the injured Konstantinos Mitroglou.

Luis Gustavo will feature in a deep midfield position for the visitors, alongside Adil Rami, in front of a back four.

Meanwhile, former West Ham United star Dimitri Payet will operate on the wing.

Salzburg, who will be in search of goals after losing the first leg 2-0, have made two changes from their trip to France.

Xaver Schlager and Fredrik Gulbrandsen, who made substitute appearances in the previous fixture, have been brought in to provide support for the club's top goalscorer Munas Dabbur.

Red Bull Salzburg: Walke; Lainer, Ramalho, Caleta-Car, Ulmer; Haidara, Samassekou, Berisha; Schlager; Gulbrandsen, Dabbur
Subs: Leitgeb, Yabo, Minamino, Stankovic, Hwang, Wolf, Pongracic

Marseille: Pele; Sarr, Rami, Luiz Gustavo, Amavi; Lopez, Sanson; Thauvin, Payet, Ocampos; Germain
Subs: Rolando, Sertic, Njie, Anguissa, Escales, Kamara, Sari

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