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Watch Monaco v PSV online: Live stream today’s Champions League qualifier

By Ben Green

Watch Monaco v PSV online: Live stream today's Champions League qualifier

Published: 7:25, 2 August 2022

PSV Eindhoven and Monaco meet in the third qualifying round of the Champions League next week, starting with a first leg match-up in the principality on Tuesday at 7pm (UK time).

How to live stream Monaco v PSV online:

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Where to watch Monaco v PSV on TV:

  • UK: N/A
  • US: Paramount+

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Ruud van Nistelrooy recently oversaw a memorable 5-3 victory over Ajax in the Johan Cruyff Shield on Saturday, but attention now turns to Europe’s premier competition along the French Riviera. The Monegasques are also under relatively new leadership in January appointment Philippe Clement, and they will be aiming to reach the Champions League group stages for the first time since the 2018/19 season.

PSV’s busy summer

Van Nistelrooy has been extremely proactive this summer in what is his first senior management role following spells as an assistant coach for the Netherlands and Jong PSV. Three free transfers came in on July 1, including PSG wonderkid Xavi Simons, Nice goalkeeper Walter Benitez and Boy Waterman from OFI Crete.

The former Manchester United striker has also looked to take advantage of the loan market, bringing in Savio from Troyes, Ki-Jana Hoever from Wolverhampton Wanderers and Jarrad Branthwaite from Everton. Having spent a spell with Barcelona last term, Luuk de Jong has also completed a transfer back to PSV from Sevilla — whom he initially joined from Boeren — while Zambian-born Dutch midfielder Guus Til has relocated from Spartak Moscow.

Til marked his debut match for PSV by netting a hat-trick against Ajax in that aforementioned Johan Cruyff Shield — contested between the winners of the previous season’s Eredivisie and KNVB Cup — while Simons executed a coup de grace in stoppage time to really get fans excited for his arrival. Hoever and De Jong also enjoyed debut starts (a second debut for the latter) on Saturday, while Benitez got his first taste of action between the sticks.

Scoreline prediction: Monaco 2-2 PSV

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