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PSG vs Lille live stream: Watch Ligue 1 online, team news & stats

By James Amey

Published: 14:46, 17 February 2023

PSG v Lille takes place on Sunday at 12pm (UK time).

Trying to find a PSG v Lille live stream? Read on for your best options below.

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Where to watch PSG vs Lille on TV:

  • UK: BT Sport 1
  • US: beIN Sports 2

PSG’s lead the top of Ligue 1 was cut to just five points after their 3-1 defeat to Monaco last weekend, as they fell to their third away defeat of the season. This topped with a 1-0 first leg defeat to Bayern in the Champions League and a 2-1 loss to Marseille in the Coupe de France, has left Christophe Galtier’s side knowing that three points in a must here.

Lille go into the game on the back of a three match unbeaten run that has seen them move up to 6th, putting them in a  prime position to earn a European spot this season.  Anything will be a improvement for Lille from the reverse fixture, with PSG running out 7-1 winners thanks to two goals from Neymar, a goal from Achraf Hakimi and a hat-trick from Kylian Mbappe.

PSG team news

Christope Galtier was in a bullish mood during his press conference, confirming that Kylian Mbappe will play against Lille this weekend after coming on as a second half sub in their 1-0 defeat to Bayern in the Champions League in midweek.

The game at home to Lille comes five days after the Bayern game and the three consecutive defeats, and I’m hoping to have certain players back. In these tough times, we’ve got to entrench ourselves even further in our work. Lille are a very good team that has needed time to adjust after changing their manager, and for a certain amount of time now, they’ve had a well-established way of playing. They’re a very dynamic, attacking team that always looks to play and to score goals. Given their current level, they’re a team that will be in the fight for the European places. We need to win this weekend, and we’ve got more chances of winning if Kylian is on the pitch, so Kylian will play.” 

He also urged the PSG faithful to be patient with their new signings, say they need time to settle in.

“Wearing the Paris Saint-Germain shirt is difficult, even more so when you’re foreign and even more so when you join late. The club’s history shows that some very big players have had a longer adjustment period than what people might think. The weight of the shirt means that players take a certain amount of time to adapt. Let me very specific: Fabián Ruiz and Carlos Soler arrived last. They’ve been behind in every aspect: physical preparation, accommodation… Vitinha, on the other hand, is going through a tough time, just like the team, but in his first three months, everyone was praising him. Every player has rough patches. Finally, no-one is talking about Nordi Mukiele. Why? Because he’s a Parisian who knows the French league well. He hasn’t had any problems with fitting in. You can’t blame everything on the new signings.”

Lionel Messi, Neymar, Presnel Kimpempe were all passed fit for the UCL tie in midweek, so should all make the squad once more, while 16-year-old Warren Zaire-Emery may be given another chance to impress at CB.

Lille team news

Paulo Fonseca will decide whether to continue with his experiment of Timothy Weah at full-back, or go with the more experienced Gabriel Gudmundsson in Ismaily’s absence, while he will be hopeful that Leny Yoro returns after a recent illness.

World Cup star Adam Ounas looks set to miss out once more against the champions, but Jonathan David will be raring to go as he fights for the Golden Boot, after a brace against Strasbourg last weekend.

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Ligue 1 2022/23 recent form:

  • Lille: WLDWW

Scoreline prediction: PSG 2-1 Lille

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