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PSG v Lille live stream: Watch Ligue 1 online

By Chris Smith

PSG v Lille live stream: Watch Ligue 1 online

Published: 11:35, 3 April 2021

PSG and Lille go head-to-head in a crunch clash at the top of the Ligue 1 table on Saturday at 4pm (UK time).

The two sides are currently level on 63 points after 30 games, with only PSG’s superior goal difference keeping them in first place. What’s more, with Lyon and Monaco just three and four points behind, respectively, this match could blow the Ligue 1 title race wide open.

How to live stream PSG vs Lille online:

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Where to watch PSG vs Lille on TV:

  • UK: BT Sport Extra

Scoreline prediction: PSG 2-1 Lille

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PSG vs Lille build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:

Neither side has been overly convincing in recent weeks, but PSG bounced back from a 2-1 defeat to Nantes by beating fellow title rivals Lyon 4-2 just before the international break. That, coupled with Lille’s shock 2-1 loss away at Nimes, was enough to see Mauricio Pochettino’s men leapfrog Les Dogues into top spot on goal difference.

This is the third meeting between these two sides this season, with December’s league encounter ending in a 0-0 draw while PSG thrashed Lille 3-0 in the French Cup round-of-16 just a few weeks ago. Whoever can come away with three points here will be left in a formidable position at the top of the table, while a draw offers the chance for Lyon and Monaco to re-enter the race.

  • PSG (vs Lyon): Navas; Florenzi, Marquinhos, Kimpembe, Diallo; Pereira, Gueye; Di Maria, Verratti, Mbappe; Kean.
  • Lille (vs Nimes): Maignan; Celik, Fonte, Botman, Mandava; Weah, Xeka, Andre, Bamba; Yilmaz, David.

This game looks to have come too early for Marco Verratti (thigh), Thilo Kehrer (muscle), Mauro Icardi (thigh) and Pablo Sarabia (hip). Juan Bernat isn’t expected to return from his ACL injury until at least mid-May while Alessandro Florenzi is also out.

Jeremy Pied has an ankle injury but appears to be Christophe Galtier’s only absentee. Timothy Weah and Jonathan David should be fresh and well-rested after being denied the chance to go on international duty with the United States and Canada, respectively. 

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Players to watch:

  • PSG: Though he didn’t manage to score during the international break, Kylian Mbappe has been on fire for PSG recently. The 22-year-old has 10 goals in his last seven club games across all competitions, extending his total to 30 for the season, while he hit back-to-back braces in his last two matches before jetting off with France — one against Lyon and the other against this weekend’s opponents in the French Cup. In nine career appearances against Lille, Mbappe has four goals and seven assists, and has only lost twice. Given his current club form, there’s every chance he’ll improve those numbers across the board this weekend.
  • Lille: With nine Ligue 1 goals, Burak Yilmaz is level with David as Lille’s top scorer this season, though he failed to score in his final three games before the international break. That time away with his country has worked wonders for his confidence, though, with Yilmaz scoring four goals in three games, including a hat-trick in a memorable 4-2 win over the Netherlands. Only Jonathan Bamba has more Ligue 1 assists (9) for Lille this season than Yilmaz (4) and given he’s now 35 years old, few would have expected him to be quite so influential for Galtier. Getting service to him will be vital if Lille are to leave Paris with a victory on Saturday.

Ligue 1 2020/21 recent form:

  • Lille: LDWDW

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