After a victory in the last minutes in Brest (2-3) last Sunday, Paris Saint-Germain is back at home this weekend where the capital club hosts Montpellier this Friday. A meeting which is very important for the Parisians before facing AC Milan in Italy this Tuesday. Against MHSC, Warren Zaire-Emery and his partners have the opportunity to seize provisional first place in Ligue 1 before Nice-Rennes this Sunday. For this poster, Luis Enrique will be deprived for this meeting of long-time absentees (Presnel Kimpembe, Nuno Mendes, Marco Asensio, Keylor Navas) and Danilo Pereira, injured for a month. At a press conference, the Spanish technician returned to the form of his team: “The team is doing things very well but we are still in an initial phase. We are still in a process of synergy to see which players get along best. I find that I have an incredible squad with quality players in each position. I am satisfied with my team as I said at the end of the transfer window but there is always room to improve. I try to make PSG unpredictable for the opponent but predictable for us. It’s a complex process that takes time to set up.”
On the Montpellier side, Michel Der Zakarian will have to do without Arnaud Nordin and Becir Omreragic. After the extra-sporting incidents with his coach, Mamadou Sakho will also be absent since he announced his departure from the club this Thursday in a press release. 11th in the ranking before the match, the MHSC intends to create a surprise even if the coach knows it will be tough as he confirmed at a press conference: “It’s always a special match against a big team that wants to be champions every year. Our challenge is to make the match difficult for them. We want to create a surprise. We play every match to win them. It’s up to us. to be good in all areas, you will have to be surgical.”
What time does PSG – Montpellier start?
The kick-off of the opening match of the 11th day of the French Championship between the Parisians and the Montpellier residents is scheduled Friday November 3 at 9:00 p.m. at the Parc des Princes in Paris (France). Ruddy Buquet will be responsible for refereeing the match.
On which channel to watch PSG – Montpellier?
Holder of Ligue 1 TV rights, PrimeVideo will broadcast the poster between Paris Saint-Germain and Montpellier.
How to follow PSG – Montpellier in streaming?
If you want to watch the Ligue 1 matchday 11 match between PSG and MHSC on your computer, smartphone or tablet, you will need to subscribe to PrimeVideo.
What are the probable line-ups of Paris Saint-Germain and Montpellier?
PSG: Donnarumma (G) – Hakimi, Marquinhos (cap.), Skriniar, L.Hernandez – Dembélé, Ugarte, Zaire-Emery, Vitinha (or Lee) – Kolo Muani, Mbappé.
Montpellier: Lecomte (G) – Sylla, Estève, Kouyaté, F.Sacko, – Ferri, Chotard – Fayad, Savanier (C), Tamari – Adams.
What are the predictions for PSG – Montpellier?
- Betclic: PSG: 1.23 / Draw: 6.20 / Montpellier: 10.50
- Bwin: PSG: 1.25 / Draw: 5.75 / Montpellier: 8.75
- NetBet: PSG: 1.25 / Draw: 6.30 / Montpellier: 10.00
- Unibet: PSG: 1.23 / Draw: 6.20 / Montpellier: 10.50