PSG vs. Rennes: How and where to watch it live on TV, streaming, preview and prediction
This Sunday, Mar. 19, PSG welcomes Stade Rennes at the Parc des Princes for MD28 of Ligue 1. The Parisian team will fight to recover the good feelings in their game, after a painful defeat against Bayern Munich in the Champions League (2-0) and a tough victory against Brest last weekend (1-2).
At the moment, the team led by Christophe Galtier is in first place in the championship (66 pts), with an advantage of 10 points over the second-place Olympique de Marseille (56).
Even with this considerable gap, this season the Parisians have suffered many ups and downs, so they are aware that they cannot be trusted at any time, and they will try to clinch their eleventh Ligue 1 title as soon as possible.
Where and how to watch PSG vs. Rennes 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 through a television signal or 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: 17:05 CET, 12:05 ET
- City: Paris.
- Stadium: Parc des Princes.
- Date: Sunday, March 19.
PSG Post Prediction:
PSG 2-0 Rennes.
PSG vs. Rennes Head-to-Head Record (Last 5 games):
- PSG: 2 wins.
- Rennes: 2 win.
- Ties: 1.
Last 5 matches played by PSG and Rennes
- PSG: WWWLW.
- Rennes: WLWLD.
While waiting for the Parisian team to officially announce the call-up for this match, Christophe Galtier's men will most likely not be able to count on Marquinhos, Nordi Mukiele, and Achraf Hakimi, as we reported on Thursday.
Paris Saint-Germain, obviously, will continue without Neymar and Presnel Kimpembe, both nursing long-term injuries.
The Bretons continue trying to solve the loss of Martin Terrier, without success. Stade Rennes has gone from being a candidate for the TOP 3 to suffering against rivals in the lower zone of the championship.
In their last Ligue 1 game against Auxerre (0-0), they could not contain the opponent's line of 5 defenders, and both Toko-Ekambi, Amine Gouiri, and Arnaud Kalimuendo were easily stopped. Opportunity for Galtier and PSG?