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PSG live stream: How to watch the Ligue 1 match vs Rennes online

By Squawka News

Published: 13:55, 19 March 2023

PSG v Rennes takes place on Sunday at 4:05pm (UK time).

Two sides in contrasting form do battle at the Parc des Princes on Sunday evening as Ligue 1 leaders PSG entertain fifth-place Rennes. It is four unbeaten for the hosts who are 10 points clear atop of the table. The visitors, meanwhile, are seeking to end a two-game winless run. Who will claim the crucial three points here?

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Three reasons to watch PSG online

PSG look vulnerable

A recent 3-1 loss against Monaco was a shock but not a huge surprise. This PSG have shown a certain vulnerability this season. The sides around them (Marseille, Lens, Rennes, Lille, Monaco) are no longer looking as intimidated by them.

Speaking of Rennes, their manager Bruno Génésio is the coach with the most wins against PSG in Ligue 1 under the Qatar ownership era (5), just ahead of Christophe Galtier (4). Of the managers who have faced PSG at least five times over that period in Ligue 1, Génésio has the best winning percentage (45% – 5/11 – remaining games ending with one draw and five losses).

Can PSG make it three in a row?

PSG have scored four goals in their last two home games in Ligue 1 (4-3 against Lille and 4-2 against Nantes), and have not been on a better such run since September 2021 (three games).

Another milestone on the horizon

Sergio Ramos could become the fourth Spaniard to reach 50 games in all competitions with PSG under their Qatari ownership (since 2011/12), after Juan Bernat (120), Pablo Sarabia (98) and Ander Herrera (95). Only Brazil (9) and Argentina (7) have more players who have reached this tally over that period among foreign countries.

Rennes team news

No fewer than four players are missing for Rennes this weekend. Jérémy Doku (hamstring), Desire Doue (ill), Lorenz Assignon (knee) and Xeka (sprained ankle) sit out through injury.

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