Marseille will hope to have Benoit Cheyrou fit in time to face Toulouse, the midfielder has been nursing a groin injury but manager Elie Baup is hopeful he will be able to be involved in some capacity.
Souleymane Diawara is a doubt due to a thigh problem, and L'OM will still be without Charles Kabore, who is suspended.
Toulouse will aim to arrest a slide that has seen them drop into the bottom half of the table when they take on title chasing Marseille.
La Tefece have won just one of their last six games, and take on a Marseille team that seems to thrive on adversity.
Indeed, Elie Baup's men have suffered a number of set backs in recent weeks, most notably the heavy home defeats to Lyon and Lorient, but on both occasions they have bounced back to gain positive results away from home.
Les Pocheens have suffered just three defeats on the road this term, and with the likes of Joey Barton and Mathieu Valbuena in good form, it would be a brave man who bets against them keeping pace in the title race with another triumph at the Stade Municipal.
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