PARIS - Olympique Marseille will be without
injured striker Andre-Pierre Gignac when they entertain Chelsea
in their final Champions League Group F match on Wednesday.
French international Gignac has not recovered from a groin
injury he sustained two weeks ago, coach Didier Deschamps told a
news conference on Tuesday.
"He is injured and has not been able to train normally
yesterday because he still feels some pain," Deschamps was
quoted as saying on the club's website.
Brazilian forward Brandao is expected to deputise.
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