PSG vs. Lens: How and where to watch, preview, and prediction
By Manuel Meza
This Saturday, April 15, PSG will host Lens, on the occasion of MD31 of the Ligue 1. The Parisian team returns to their home ground in a game that promises to be quite complicated, even more considering the recent performance of the men led by Christophe Galtier and the great form of Lens throughout the season.
Lens are second in the league standings and only six points behind Paris Saint-Germain, having won four of their last five matches. The Parc des Princes resident team will try to earn a pivotal victory while not having many important players available.
Where and how to watch PSG vs. Lens live?
There are multiple options to enjoy this game, and you will be able to see the team built around Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe on TV and on digital streaming services. Everything will depend on your location.
- United States: beIN SPORTS, beIN SPORTS CONNECT, fuboTV.
- Canada: beIN SPORTS Canada, fuboTV Canada.
- UK: BT Sport 2, BT Sport App.
- Spain: Eurosport, Eurosport App, DAZN.
- Mexico, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, Uruguay, Chile, Bolivia, Costa Rica, Paraguay, Argentina: ESPN, Star+.
- Kick-off time: 20:00 BST, 15:00 EST, 12:00 PST.
- City: Paris.
- Stadium: Parc des Princes.
- Date: Saturday, April 15.
PSG Post Prediction
PSG 2-2 Lens.
PSG vs. Lens Head-to-Head Record (Last 5 games)
- PSG: 1 win
- Lens: 2 wins
- Draws: 1
Last 5 matches played by PSG and Lens
- PSG: WWLLW
- Lens: DWWWW
PSG comes into the game with several important casualties. Neymar is injured and will not be available for the clash. Achraf Hakimi is also doubtful, as he has hamstring problems. Nor will they be: Marco Verratti, with a hamstring injury, Juan Bernat (ankle injury), Nordi Mukiele, and Presnel Kimpembe (Achilles tendon injury). You can read more about our predicted lineup here.
For their part, Lens will be without Adam Buska (ankle injury), Jimmy Cabot (knee problems), and Farinez (cruciate ligament tear).