The 29th day of Ligue 1 ends with a very good opposition between Paris Saint-Germain and Olympique Lyonnais, Sunday evening at the Parc des Princes. TV channel, probable compositions… Here is the information to know about the meeting.
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The context of PSG – OL
The shock of the 29th day of Ligue 1 pits Paris Saint-Germain against Olympique Lyonnais, at the Parc des Princes. At the top of the standings with 66 points, the capital club is six points ahead of Olympique de Marseille, held in check by Montpellier (1-1). Christophe Galtier’s players must revive after a home defeat against Stade Rennais (0-2), before the international break. A success will allow Kylian Mbappé’s partners to bring Paris closer to the eleventh French championship title in its history.
Les Ile-de-France meet tenth Gones with 41 points, nine lengths behind fifth Rennes. Eager to return to victory after three draws in a row, the last against FC Nantes at Groupama Stadium (1-1), Laurent Blanc’s players will find it difficult to secure European qualification through the championship and want to prepare as well as possible. possible their semi-final of the Coupe de France against the Canaries, next Wednesday, their big goal for this end of the season.
The probable line-ups of PSG – OL
Paris Saint-Germain will be deprived of the services of Carlos Soler, injured in the calf. Nordi Mukiele is missing with a hamstring injury. Presnel Kimpembe and Neymar will no longer play this season. On the side of Olympique Lyonnais, Anthony Lopes and Maxence Caqueret sign their return. Remains the absence of Malo Gusto.
The probable line-up of PSG
Donnarumma – Marquinhos, Pereira, Bernat – Hakimi, Verratti, Vitinha, Ruiz, Mendes – Messi, Mbappe.
Trainer: Christophe Galtier.
The probable line-up of OL
Lopes – Kumbedi, Lovren, Lukeba, Tagliafico – Lepenant, Tolisso, Caqueret – Barcola, Lacazette, Cherki.
Trainer: Laurent Blanc.
At what time and on which channel to watch PSG – OL?
The match between Paris Saint-Germain and Olympique Lyonnais will be followed on Sunday at 8:45 p.m., on Prime Video. The complete TV program of the day can be found here.