Where to watch RC Lens vs Paris Saint-Germain via live stream in the US, UK, Canada and other territories.
In a top-of-the-table Ligue 1 clash on Sunday, Lens will host defending champions Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) at the Stade Bollaert-Delelis.
On Thursday, Lens began their league campaign with a scoreless draw against Nice, ending a five-game winning streak. With 37 points, they nevertheless kept second place in the standings. They will be hoping to beat PSG and reduce the gap to the top
PSG, meanwhile, restarted their league season with a 2-1 victory over Strasbourg at home.
Marquinhos scored the game’s first goal in the 14th minute, although he later gave up an own goal in the 51st. After Neymar was dismissed in the 62nd minute, Kylian Mbappe converted the game-winning penalty kick shortly before time ran out. The Parisians lead Lens by seven points.
Date: Sunday, January 1st, 2023
Time: 8:45 PM CET, 7:45 PM GMT.
How to watch RC Lens vs Paris Saint-Germain via live stream and TV channel
Ligue 1 football fans can watch the game on BT Sport 1 in the UK and beIN Sports in the US.
UK: BT Sport 1
US: beIN Sports and Fanatiz USA
Australia: Kayo Sports
Canada: fuboTV Canada
India: Voot Select
Portugal: Eleven Sports 1 Portugal
Attacking partners David Costa (shoulder) and Adam Buksa (ankle) should also be sidelined here despite having shorter recovery times.
Neymar, who was sent off against Strasbourg, is therefore suspended from the trip to Lens. As a result, Carlos Soler’s return to the number 10 position is undoubtedly in order.
Lionel Messi will most likely be on the plane back to Paris a few hours before PSG kicks off on New Year’s Day, and the Argentine joins Presnel Kimpembe and Nuno Mendes in missing out.
Lens league form:
W, W, W, W, D
Paris Saint-Germain league form:
W, W, W, W, W
Lens possible starting lineup:
Samba; Medina, Danso, Gradit; Frankowski, Abdul Samed, Fofana, Onana, Machado; Sotoca, Openda
Paris Saint-Germain’s possible starting lineup:
Donnarumma; Hakimi, Marquinhos, Ramos, Mukiele; Vitinha, Verratti, Ruiz; Soler; Mbappe, Sarabia
Lens 1-2 PSG
PSG are on a six-game winning streak, and Lens has a 100% home record this season. But Lens managed to hold PSG to draw the last session so the pattern could repeat. But given PSG’s talent, they should come out on top