Clermont vs PSG live stream: Ligue 1 predictions, TV channel, how to watch online, time, news & odds

Clermont vs PSG live stream: Ligue 1 predictions, TV channel, how to watch online, time, news & odds

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Paris Saint-Germain start the new Ligue 1 season away at Clermont Foot 63 without star man Kylian Mbappe who has an adductor issue after missing the Trophee des Champions success against FC Nantes due to domestic suspension. Christophe Galtier will be looking to make a quick start in Le Championnat before the start of the UEFA Champions League, but the Frenchman will know that success is not guaranteed as Mauricio Pochettino found last campaign.

Here are our storylines, how you can watch the game & more:

How to watch & odd

  • Date: Saturday, August 5 | Time: 3 pm ET
  • Location: Stade Gabriel Montpied — Clermont-Ferrand, France
  • television: beIN Sports | Live stream: FuboTV
  • Option: CF63 +1100; Draw +550; PSG -450 (via Caesars Sportsbook)

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Clermont: The club is in crisis after the acrimonious departure of director Jerome Champagne and the revelation that owner Ahmet Schaefer wants to sell the club at an exorbitant price. This summer has been difficult with star youth academy graduate Mohamed Bayo moving on to Lille OSC and the losses of Salis Abdul Samed, Cedric Hountondji and Akim Zedadka and mostly free transfers such as Maxime Gonalons coming in to replace them. With four teams relegating each other this term, Clermont is one of the favorites to drop back into Ligue 2.

PSG: Parc des Princes has been the epicenter of extraordinary positivity this summer as Les Parisiens embark on a squad and general overhaul. Luis Campos is working hard to move unwanted players such as Gini Wijnaldum, who is now at Roma, and Idrissa Gueye, back to Everton, while the Portuguese have been after Galtier the likes of Vitinha, Renato Sanches, Hugo Ekitike and give Nordi Mukiele to Galtier. rebuild the starting XI. With Lionel Messi and Neymar more focused than ever. A few months before the FIFA World Cup, things seem to be aligning for PSG to enjoy a strong season.


pick: PSG will win this comfortably. Expect Galtier’s men to follow up their easy win over Nantes with an impressive scoreline here. We saw how the capital outfit started strongly last campaign and basically put a lot of distance between themselves and the popular pack for the rest of the term. Ligue 1 is not enough for the Champions and the Coupe de France is also expected to be successful, but a comfortable early margin will make it easier for Galtier to get his players in peak condition to start the Champions League.

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