PSG vs OM: A day very poor in content on the social networks of the players on this Saturday, September 12, 2020. The club has published more, by providing a live for the press conference before the match, concerning the classic PSG / OM of this Sunday. We can also enjoy the last training session before the confrontation. The rest of the news posted will concern the signing and first session of Alessandro Florenzi, as well as the one in the direction of the departures of Loïc Mbe Soh.

Just like the quarter finals, the semi-finals in this Champions League denouement in Lisbon are also about one game. Leipzig managed to eliminate Atlético Madrid last week and PSG beat Atalanta thanks to goals in the final minutes. Dutchman Björn Kuipers will be the referee on Tuesday.

Leandro Paredes, Mitchel Bakker, Abdou Diallo, Layvin Kurzawa, Kays Ruiz-Atil, Colin Dagba, Julian Draxler, Arnaud Kalimuendo Muinga, Marcin Bulka.
PSG (4-3-3): Sergio Rico; Alessandro Florenzi, Thilo Kehrer, Presnel Kimpembe, Juan Bernat; Idrissa Gueye, Marco Verratti, Ander Herrera; Pablo Sarabia, Angel Di Maria, Neymar.
Thomas Tuchel’s defending champions PSG were beaten 1-0 at newly-promoted Lens last time out, forced to field a reserve side after a host of first-team players tested positive for Covid-19. Andre Villas-Boas and Marseille fared better at Brest, winning 3-2 after a topsy-turvy encounter.
Hello and welcome to our live coverage of this huge clash in Ligue 1, as Paris Saint-Germain host Marseille in Le Classique!

Remarkable fact: both semi-finals are between a German and a French team. On Wednesday evening, Bayern Munich and Olympique Lyon will play for the second place in the final. The final battle is Sunday, August 23. Both duels can also be seen on SBS6 and Ziggo Sport.

RB Leipzig – Paris Saint-Germain can be seen live on Tuesday 18 August at 9 p.m. on SBS6, Ziggo Sport, Ziggo Sport Select and the livestream of The preview starts at 8:30 PM. The goals and summary of Leipzig – PSG follow on

The classic PSG-OM of the French Championship has been one-sided for the past ten years. It has been ten years since Olympique de Marseille won at the Parc des Princes against Paris. And the broadcast on television of this Classico “made in France” will be on the Telefoot channel in France, this Sunday evening at 9 pm. If you are a supporter of the City of Light club or the Canebière club and you do not have access to your television, know that it is possible to follow this PSG vs OM match in live streaming and live anytime. quite legally. Indeed, it should be known that the holders of TV rights multiply the OTT offers and retransmissions directly on computer, tablet or even mobile phone.

The Telefoot channel, which belongs to the Mediapro group, offers offers for the stream of this poster, which is still very prolific in goals (30 goals in the last 10 matches between the two teams, or 3 goals per match) between the formation chaired by Nasser Al -Khelaïfi and that of Jacques-Henri Eyraud. With a subscription that will allow you to watch both Ligue 1 and the Champions League, it is now possible to watch soccer streaming without breaking the bank! So ideal for those who are far from home or who want to watch this shock of the French Championship between North and South in complete discretion.

A decimated workforce, amputated by 7 players, came to be surprised in Lens for the resumption of Ligue 1 (1-0). Not the best way to start the championship for PSG, which will have to bounce back this Sunday evening during the Classic against OM, with good news. Thomas Tuchel records 4 returns following the end of the health protocol (Neymar, Di Maria, Paredes, Navas), and a new recruit, Alessandro Florenzi, qualified for this meeting.

On the other hand, Marquinhos, Mauro Icardi and Kylian Mbappé remain at the dock, with a later return date. According to L’Équipe, the first two should return to the Parisian group for the next meeting, scheduled against Metz this Wednesday (to be followed live on Foot Mercato). For the French international, we will have to wait a little longer, he who tested positive less than a week ago