This Sunday, September 3, PSG visits Olympique Lyonnais, on the occasion of MD4 of the French championship. A game marked by a couple of things; It is the last confrontation before the international break, it is the first meeting after the closing of the transfer market, and it is a game in which Bradley Barcola, a recent signing from Paris, could make his debut against OL, his former club.
Let's go with all the information you should know before the game!
Where and how to watch OL vs. PSG live?
There are multiple options to enjoy this game, and you will be able to see the team trained by Luis Enrique on TV and on digital streaming services. Everything will depend on your location.
- United States: beIN SPORTS CONNECT, beIN SPORTS en Español, beIN SPORTS, Fanatiz USA, fuboTV.
- Canada: beIN SPORTS CONNECT Canada, fuboTV Canada, beIN Sports Canada, Fanatiz Canada.
- UK: TNT Sports 2, discovery+, discovery+ App.
- Spain: Eurosport, Eurosport App.
- Mexico, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, Uruguay, Chile, Bolivia, Costa Rica, Paraguay, Argentina: ESPN, Star+.
- Kick-off time: 18:45 GMT, 14:45 ET, 11:45 PT.
- City: Lyon.
- Stadium: Groupama Stadium.
- Date: Sunday, September 3.
PSG Post Prediction
OL 1-3 PSG.
OL vs. PSG Head-to-Head Record (Last 5 games)
- OL: 1 wins
- PSG: 3 wins
- Draws: 1
Last 5 matches played by OL and PSG
- OL: LLLLD
- PSG: LWDDW
Luis Enrique has some injury issues to manage with but has a hulking squad more than capable of making absences forget. Presnel Kimpembe is gradually recovering from a serious Achilles tendon injury, while full-backs Nordi Mukiele and Nuno Mendes both suffer from hamstring problems.
For his part, Goncalo Ramos should make his return to the starting eleven after missing the last game due to muscle problems. After making their group known in the UEFA Champions League, the Parisians will be eager to prove their mettle, and they will surely want to seal a victory before the international break.
Alexandre Lacazette scored 27 league goals last season, just two fewer than Mbappe, but he will miss Sunday's game due to suspension. Laurent Blanc was also expected to be without his first-choice goalkeeper, Anthony Lopes, while he recovers from a head injury, although the trend is for him to start. Former Liverpool center-back Dejan Lovren is a doubt with a thigh problem.
Obviously, the focus will be on the fact that OL sold their 20-year-old promise, Bradley Barcola, this past Thursday. PSG took the striker for 45 million euros. According to Luis Enrique, he could have minutes this Sunday.
OL and PSG predicted lineups
OL's predicted starting XI vs. PSG: Lopes – Mata, Caleta-Car, Diomandé, Tagliafico – Maitland-Niles, Tolisso – Nuamah, Caqueret, Cherki – Kadewere.
PSG's predicted starting XI vs. OL: Donnarumma – Hakimi, Marquinhos, Skriniar, Hernandez – Zaire-Emery, Ugarte, Vitinha – Dembele, Ramos, Mbappe.