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Strasbourg vs Monaco live stream: Watch today’s Ligue 1 online

By James Amey

Strasbourg vs Monaco live stream: Watch today's Ligue 1 online

Published: 7:35, 6 August 2022

Strasbourg kick off their Ligue 1 campaign on Saturday against a Monaco side that may their focus elsewhere (4pm, UK time).

How to live stream Strasbourg vs Monaco online:

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Where to watch Strasbourg vs Monaco on TV:

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Strasbourg will be looking to extend their unbeaten run against Monaco to four games and make it a hat-trick of home wins against Philippe Clement’s side, who will surely have their Champions League qualifier second leg against PSV in the back of their minds. There were just six points between the two sides last season, so it should be a cracking game to kick off their Ligue 1 campaigns at the Stade de la Meinau.

Strasbourg team news

The opener may have come too soon for recent loan signing Colin Dagba, who is still building up match fitness and with Frederic Guilbert returning to Aston Villa, Ronael Pierre-Gabriel may go straight in at full-back, with fellow newcomer Thomas Delaine expected to get the nod on the left.

Kevin Gameiro should be fit after missing the pre-season win over Liverpool last season, as should Alexander Djiku.

Monaco team news

Kevin Volland and Aleksandr Golovin will both sit out the season opener through suspension for an accumulation of yellow cards carried over from the end of the last campaign, while Caio Henrique will be unavailable. New signings Taki Minamino and Breel Embolo will both be hoping to make their Ligue 1 debuts, however, Philippe Clement may rest some of his stars with the UCL qualifier second leg against PSV looming on Tuesday.

Scoreline prediction: Strasbourg 2-1 Monaco

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