Red Bull Salzburg boss Marco Rose has vowed his men will 'try everything to overpower' Marseille when they attempt to turn around their Europa League semi-final in Austria on Thursday.
The sides head into the second leg at the Red Bull Arena with Marseille having won the first 2-0 in the Stade Velodrome last week.
Florian Thauvin headed home a controversial 15th-minute opener - replays suggested the ball had also touched his hand on its way into the net - and substitute Clinton Njie then doubled the lead just after the hour mark.
Red Bull Sazburg boss Marco Rose vows to 'try everything to overpower' Marseille on Thursday
Rose, quoted on Salzburg's official website, said ahead of leg two: 'We dominated the first leg for long stretches, and actually had Marseille under control.
'It is definitely the case that things are possible for us in the second leg. We have the chance on Thursday to snatch the momentum back to our side, and we want to put in another top performance in front of a full house.
'We need to set ourselves up for bringing maximum attacking power out onto the pitch and at the same time remaining patient.
'I had the feeling in Marseille that we were physically stronger and could have got more. The possibility of reaching the final is one Marseille have too, but we will try everything to overpower them and make them