On October 4, one of the most notable clashes of the current era of football will take place, marking the first meeting between two historic clubs from their respective countries: Newcastle against PSG.
This clash will take place at St James' Park stadium, home of Newcastle United, and focuses on the attractive Group F, which is made up of four of the biggest teams in the world.
Newcastle enters its confrontation against Paris Saint-Germain in eighth place in the highly competitive Premier League, having accumulated 12 points in seven games, with a record of four wins and three losses, without any draw.
This has been a pretty average start for the St James’ Park team. However, they managed to surprise the Carabao Cup by eliminating the current UEFA Champions League champions, Manchester City. Without a doubt, this team is very interesting to follow in each competition.
As for Paris Saint-Germain, they are in fifth position in Ligue 1 with 12 points, after playing seven games, in which they achieved three wins, three draws, and suffered one defeat.
This has been a start in which PSG has shown very interesting aspects in relation to the club's new process, although it faces a Ligue 1 that is more competitive than ever and will not have an easy path ahead.