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PSG vs Clermont Foot: Watch Ligue 1 online

By Squawka News

Published: 8:00, 3 June 2023

Ligue 1 comes to an end on Saturday evening (8:00pm kick-off) as Champions PSG entertain Clement in a game that will mark the end of the Lionel Messi era.

PSG have not impressed but such is their dominance of French football they were still able to secure another Ligue 1 title. Their opponents here Clermont Foot have had a solid season and are currently eighth and also have nothing to play for.

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When is PSG vs Clermont Foot?

PSG vs Clermont Foot takes place on Saturday June 4th at 8:00pm (UK time) as the Parc des Princes hosts this final Ligue 1 game.

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What is the kick-off time for PSG vs Clermont Fooy?

Real Madrid vs Athletic Bilbao will kick-off at 8:00pm (UK time)

Where can I watch PSG vs Clermont Foot on TV?

  • UK:BT Sport
  • US:Bein Sport

How can I live stream PSG vs Clermont Foot online?

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Who is refereeing PSG vs Clermont Foot?

The referee for PSG vs Clermont Foot is Thomas Leonard. The 41-year-old is an experience referee who can vary in his strictness. In his last game he showed just three cards but the encounter he produced five yellows and in the one prior to that two reds.

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PSG team news

Sergio Rico (serious accident) is a long-term absentee while Neymar (ankle), Nuno Mendes (thigh), Presnel Kimpembe (achilles) are all doubts. It remains to be seen if Lionel Messi will feature for a final appearance as a PSG player.

Clermont Foot team news

Clermont have a clean bill of health going into this fixture.

PSG vs Clermont Foot: Predictions

It is a game with little meaning attached to both sides but you imagine the home team will want to go out in style as they celebrate another. title in front of their own fans. The home team will win this so back them to come on top and both teams to score.

Alidu Seidum has five cards from his last ten appearances and he could have his hands full with the PSG attackers here. The Ghanian defender has two bookings from his last three road trips and looks value to be shown a card at any time.

Scoreline prediction: PSG 3-1 Clermont Foot

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