Football Ligue 1 – TV: Reims – PSG, what time and on which channel?

Unbeaten this season in both the Champions League and the competition, Paris Saint-Germain will try to continue on the grass at Reims on Saturday, without Lionel Messi, injured in the calf against Benfica.

What time for Reims – PSG?

Placed between two complicated Champions League matches against Benfica, this match between Reims and PSG will be important for Paris. Under pressure from OM, second by two lengths, the capital club is not entitled to missteps this season. Suffice it to say that PSG will be looking to win this Saturday, October 8 at 9 p.m. at the Stade Auguste-Delaune in Reims. This match is whistled by Pierre Gaillouste.

On which channel to follow Reims – PSG?

Like all Saturday evening matches, this meeting between Reims and Paris will be broadcast on Canal+ Sport 360, a new dedicated channel launched this season by the Canal Plus group.

Reims – PSG’s likely lineups:

Relegated by seven points in nine days, Reims has not won a game since August. Suffice it to say, the hour is starting to get serious for Oscar Garcia’s team, who are hoping to put in a small feat by taking PSG down in front of their crowd for the first time this season. But for that, the SDR Foket, Ito and Sierhuis will be taken away.

The probable composition of Reims: Diouf – Grind, Agbadou, Abdelhamid – Van Bergen, Matusiwa, Cadjus, Locko – Flips – Ito, Balogun.

As the author of a great start to the season, PSG are looking to continue their impeccable performance in the league to maintain their leadership position for OM. For this meeting, Christophe Galtier will certainly rotate his team a bit, while he will have to deal with the absence of Messi, Kimpembe, Mendes, Pembele or Renato Sanches.

PSG’s likely lineup: Donnarumma – Ramos, Kimpembe, Danilo – Hakimi, Verratti, Vitinha, Bernat – Ekikike, Mbappe, Neymar

Christophe Galtier (PSG coach)

The calendar is hellish with the order of the games. There was the international break, only four players did not leave the selection, so we have little recovery time. It is the first time in the Champions League groups that there are only six days between the two matches. There are many things around the players to avoid fatigue, muscle problems, they are also well surrounded on their side. But this order is dangerous for the physical state of the players. Players can say to themselves: “Oh if I’m injured now I’m not going to the World Cup”… Everyone has that in mind, all coaches think this schedule is insane Β»