Marseille did well to record a 1-0 victory in the first leg, but the tied has turned since and the French giants can no longer be considered the favourites to qualify.
Inter entered the first leg very low on spirits, following several dismal performances in Serie A, and they eventually lost the game at Velodrome as well, after conceding in the third minute of injury time.
The Neroazzurri were then beaten by Napoli at San Paolo, but they did show some improvement in the very next game, having come from two goals behind to earn one point against Catania.
Inter finally managed to end the nine-match winless run as they beat Chievo away at the weekend, and now that the players have restored some of the lost confidence, the Neroazzurri look a good bet at odds of 2.00 (1/1) offered by bet365.
Maicon returned into action against Chievo and he looks set to start, but Andrea Ranocchia and Fredy Guarin continue to miss out.
Probable starting line-up (4-3-1-2): Cesar – Maicon, Lucio, Samuel, Nagatomo – Zanetti, Stankovic, Cambiasso – Sneijder – Milito, Pazzini.
Completely opposite to Inter, Marseille went into the first leg on the back of a 15-match unbeaten run, so nobody was surprised to see them record a narrow win on the night.
However, rather than acting as an extra boost, the win appeared to have had a completely different effect as OM failed to win a single game since.
Marseille not only lost next four Ligue 1 games, but failed to score a single goal in the process, so odds of 1.40 (2/5) offered by Sportingbet on Marseille to qualify clearly do not represent a real value for money.
Stephane Mbia, Mathieu Valbuena and Loic Remy all returned into action, but Andre-Pierre Gignac is a doubt. Andre Ayew continues to play through the pain.
Probable starting line-up (4-3-3): Mandanda – Azpilicueta, Diawara, N’Koulou, Morel – Amalfitano, Diarra, Cheyrou – Valbuena, Remy, A. Ayew.