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Brest vs PSG live stream: Watch Ligue 1 online

By Harry Edwards

Brest vs PSG live stream, predictions & team news | Ligue 1

Published: 13:30, 23 May 2021

Paris Saint-Germain travel to Brest on Sunday knowing they realistically need to win to keep their Ligue 1 title hopes alive (8pm kick-off UK time).

The final day of the Ligue 1 season sees PSG needing to better Lille’s result against Angers to leapfrog them and claim the crown, while Brest must at least equal Nantes’ result to stay up.


How to live stream Brest vs PSG online:

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Where to watch Brest vs PSG on TV:

  • UK: BT Sport 2
  • US: beIN Sports Connect

Scoreline prediction: Brest 0-2 PSG

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Brest vs PSG build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:

Brest go into the final game of the season not knowing whether they are safe. Although they cannot go down automatically, Brest are only one point clear of Nantes in the relegation play-off spot and know they are far from safe. In fact, Brest are one of six teams that could still finish the season in 18th, and they are in a precarious position with only Lorient and Nantes of those six starting the final day below them. Brest go into this game without a win in their past three, losing two, and they are also winless in their past four home games since a 3-1 win over Dijon at the start of March.

Looking to potentially put Brest in the relegation play-off spot will be PSG, who have taken their title quest to the final day. After a tricky start to the season, PSG recovered and dragged themselves into the title race, leading the league at various points. However, a 1-0 defeat to Lille at the start of April saw PSG drop to second and they haven’t been able to bridge that gap ahead of the final weekend. Since that defeat, PSG have won five of their past six games to stay one point behind Lille, but the title remains out of their hands.

  • Brest (vs Montpellier): Larsonneur; Faussurier, Duverne, Chardonnet, Perraud; Honorat, Magnetti, Belkebla, Faivre; Charbonnier, Mounie.
  • PSG (vs Monaco): Navas; Florenzi, Marquinhos, Kehrer, Diallo; Paredes, Pereira, Gueye; Di Maria, Icardi, Mbappe.

Brest remain without Paul Lasne and Christophe Herelle with Jean Lucas and Romain Philippoteaux doubts. Marco Verratti, Layvin Kurzawa and Juan Bernat are all injured for PSG.

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Player to watch: Kylian Mbappe (PSG)

Leading the line for PSG this weekend will be Kylian Mbappe, and as well as trying to inspire his team to the title, the Frenchman will also be looking to join a very exclusive Ligue 1 list. Mbappe currently leads the race to finish as Ligue 1’s top scorer, having netted 26 times so far, and barring any goal gluts from either Memphis Depay or Wissam Ben Yedder he will win the Golden Boot.

When that does happen, Mbappe will have won the Golden Boot for the third season in a row after hitting 18 last year and 33 in 2018/19. He will be the first player to achieve that feat since Jean-Pierre Papin won the Golden Boot in five consecutive seasons between 1987/88 and 1991/92, joining French footballing royalty.

And there is every chance of Mbappe adding to his tally on the final day, having scored twice in PGSG’s most recent meeting with Brest, a 3-0 victory in the Coupe de France (en route to winning the competition).

Ligue 1 2020/21 recent form:

  • Brest: DLLWD
  • PSG: WDWWW

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