Marseille v Borussia Dortmund Odds : Home side at 7/1 the call as Klopp’s side stall in Champions League
The latest Marseille v Borussia Dortmund Odds in the Champions League, as the French side look all the value at 7/1 at home, as Jurgen Klopp’s side go through a sticky patch of form.
Last year’s finalists have lost three out of their last four in Bundesliga, their last defeat a confidence sapping 1-0 loss at home to Leverkusen, as the side look there for the taking at 7/1.
Borussia Dortmund will head to the South of France to take on Marseille knowing that a win would seal their place in the knock out stages of the Champions League.
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The Bundesliga side are currently second in Group F could still quality with defeat depending on the score line and the result in the groups other game between Napoli and Arsenal.
Jurgen Klopp’s side has been endured a difficult few weeks slipping 10 points behind leaders Bayern Munich after a run three defeats in their last four league games.
Their most recent defeat came at the weekend with a 1-0 defeat at home to Bayern Leverkusen a result made all the more painful by the loss of Sven Bender and Nuri Sahin.
The pair are the latest casualties in an injury hit season for Dortmund and will join Mats Hummels, Neven Subotic and Marcel Schmelzer on the sidelines.
Midfielder Ilkay Guendogan is also out while defender Manuel Friedrich, a recent signing to cover the defensive crisis that hit the club, is eligible for the game.
Striker Robert Lewandowski scored twice when the two clubs met in the reverse fixture in Germany and the Polish striker is confident that his side can get the result they need on Wednesday.
“I am sure that we will get there (to the last 16)” the 24 year old told the club’s official website.
Marseille meanwhile have troubles of their own. The club are currently bottom of the group without a win in this year’s competition and will head into the game without a manager following the sacking of Elie Baup.
Baup was sacked following the loss to Nantes on Friday night, a result that left the club fifth in the French standing.
Sporting director Jose Anigo has been placed in temporary charge while the club go in search of a new manager.
Anigo will be without suspended duo Nicolas N’Koulou and Alaixys Romao for the game, while Mathieu Valbuena and Andre Ayew are both injured.