PSG vs Toulouse – Ligue 1: TV channel, team news, lineups, and prediction
Paris Saint-Germain will play against Toulouse in a Ligue 1 match. Both teams recently won their games, with PSG winning 3-1 against Montpellier and Toulouse winning 4-1 against Troyes. However, Toulouse hasn’t defeated Paris Saint-Germain since 2016.
Paris Saint-Germain is in first place in the league, five points ahead of Marseille. They recently won 3-1 against Montpellier. Toulouse, who is called “Les Pitchouns”, has not lost a game this year and won 4-1 against Troyes.
PSG will be missing their top player, Kylian Mbappe, who is trying to recover in time for an important match in the Champions League against Bayern Munich. This is a tough situation for PSG as they play against Toulouse who have been doing well lately. Toulouse has won four of their last five league games.
Lionel Messi vs Toulouse
The absence of star forwards, Mbappe and Neymar, presents a new challenge for the World Cup champion. This is an opportunity for some of the younger forwards to step up and show their skills. Alternatively, the champion themselves could rise to the occasion and score a few magnificent goals, single-handedly securing the win for their team.
Paris Saint-Germain Ligue 1 form:
Toulouse Ligue 1 form:
How to watch PSG vs Toulouse on TV and live stream
- BT Sport
- beIN SPORTS
- fuboTV Canada
- beIN SPORTS
Where to watch PSG vs Toulouse?
You can catch the exciting match between PSG and Toulouse by tuning in to beIN SPORTS in the United States and Canada, or TV5 in Canada. In the United Kingdom, the match can be viewed on BT Sport. For those who prefer to stream, the match is available on fuboTV Canada.
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Paris Saint-Germain’s possible starting lineup:
Donnarumma; Mendes, Pembele, Marquinhos, Hakimi; Verratti, Pereira, Vitinha, Soler; Ekitike, Messi
🔜🏟 #PSGTFC pic.twitter.com/cb99eCAxno— Paris Saint-Germain (@PSG_English) February 3, 2023
Toulouse’s possible starting lineup:
Dupe; Desler, Rouault, Nicolaisen, Suazo; Aboukhlal, Spierings, Van den Boomen; Chaibi, Dallinga, Onaiwu
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