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8 p.m .: Before meeting up in 45 minutes to provide you with an experience of the pre-match, and in particular the team rosters, we have enough to make you wait with two subjects published just after the most convincing success of the era. Peter Bosz, Sunday in Ligue 1 against Strasbourg (3-1).

We come back to the method of the Dutch coach to advance this group which has fallen behind in the league (7th to 7 points from PSG).

OL-RC Strasbourg: Between high standards and contagious confidence, why Lyon considers itself "in full swing" with Peter Bosz https://t.co/U81tkpBAAJ via @ 20minutesLyon pic.twitter.com/UkSmKItmxb

- 20 Minutes Lyon (@ 20minuteslyon) September 13, 2021

Another pre-match reading: Bruno Guimaraes was pretty huge on Sunday, especially in the second half, after a crazy week, since he was in a private jet less than 48 hours before the match started, just like Lucas Paqueta.

This Bruno G. dingo will he do it again against Rangers and then against PSG?

We tell you that quickly, go to all friends!

“The truth, I am dead!

»Huge @ brunoog97 yesterday, between an assist, an elastico, a very fair 2nd period and a press conference masterclass in French.

All after a flight from Brazil less than 48 hours before the match #OLRCSA @ 20Minutes https://t.co/p2QWZvmT4I

- Jérémy Laugier (@JeremyLaugier) September 13, 2021

Hello and welcome here the 20 Minutos! What a pleasure to be back in the Europa League this Thursday, which casually reminds us of recent good memories at OL. From a quarter-final in 2014 without demerit against Juventus (0-1, 1-2), with the Umtiti-Tolisso-Lacazette generation, until a cruel half in 2017 against Ajax (1-4, 3-1), the Lyon club has written great stories in this competition within its reach. So obviously, in view of the ambitious arrivals in the transfer window (Emerson, Shaqiri then Boateng) and the rise in power displayed in recent weeks by Brazilian midfielders Bruno Guimaraes and Lucas Paqueta, why not dream of going far again in 2021- 22? In an apparently affordable group with Brondby, Sparta Prague and Glasgow Rangers, OL begin this Thursday (9 p.m.) with a perilous trip to Scotland,in the mythical Ibrox Park. Missing two holders, Moussa Dembélé and Léo Dubois (injured), but Peter Bosz will be able to field a very competitive team, three days from another shock at the Parc des Princes. We can not wait to see what the new Lyon coach, finalist of the Europa League in 2017 with Ajax, will be able to bring to this group on the European scene. First element of response this evening.

»To vibrate with us in front of this Rangers-OL, meet here at 8:45 p.m., with a kick-off at 9 p.m.

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