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((WATCH>>STREAMS!)) Paris Saint-Germain vs Metz Live Free Online Broadcast 20 December 2023


Paris Saint-Germain vs Metz live stream: How to watch French Ligue 1 online. PSG look to continue their domestic domination in Ligue 1 when they welcome a struggling Metz side to the French capital.


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PSG's run of eight consecutive victories in Ligue 1 was halted by Lille when the two sides shared a point last time out. Despite their stalemate, Luis Enrique's men are seeded at the summit of the French division and could bolster their position with another midweek victory.


Metz, on the other hand, are struggling in the bottom half of the table as they are on the back of three consecutive defeats as they face the reigning champions. Maxime Esteve scored the solitary goal last time out as Metz succumbed to Montpellier 1-0.


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PSG vs Metz kick-off time

Date: December 20, 2023

Kick-off time: 8:00 pm GMT

Venue: Parc des Princes


PSG will welcome Metz to the Parc Des Princes with kick-off scheduled at 8:00 pm GMT in the UK.


PSG will be boosted by the return of Italian shot-stopper Gianluigi Donnarumma who has served his suspension after picking up a red card against Le Havre as he's set to displace Arnau Tenas between the sticks.


The absentees for Luis Enrique's men are Ousmane Dembele (hamstring), Nuno Mendes (hamstring), Presnel Kimpembe (Achilles) and Fabian Ruiz (shoulder) while Portuguese forward Goncalo Ramos is tipped to return to the squad after recovering from his illness.


Metz will fail to call upon Aboubacar Lo and Oscar Estupinian with the duo nursing an unspecified and hamstring injury, respectively.


Other than that, Metz have a fully fit squad as they visit the French capital for an intriguing clash.


Luis Enrique’s men will try to keep adding victories in their Ligue 1 resume this season when they welcome Metz at Parc des Princes. As expected before the start of the campaign, PSG are leading the standings despite Lionel Messi and Neymar Jr.’s departures last summer.


Luis Enrique's side were pretty flat at Lille having secured their place in the Champions League round of 16 days prior, but they looked to be heading towards another Ligue 1 victory when Kylian Mbappe converted from the penalty spot in the second half.


However, Marco Asensio was made to pay for an inexplicable error and Jonathan David headed home a late equaliser for the European hopefuls.


Nevertheless, PSG will end the year at the top of Ligue 1 and be expected to coast past a poor Metz side that have lost their last three matches and sliding towards the relegation zone.


Enrique made several changes to his starting XI at Lille following Wednesday's draw in Dortmund. The Spaniard should return the likes of Achraf Hakimi and Milan Skriniar to his defence and revert to a back four.


Gianluigi Donnarumma is still suspended for the hosts and Randal Kolo Muani could replace Bradley Barcola in the frontline.


PSG's injury list is pretty extensive and Enrique could be without Carlos Soler and Goncalo Ramos in midweek due to illness. Presnel Kimpembe, Sergio Rico, Nuno Mendes, Fabian Ruiz, and Keylor Navas remain sidelined.


The visitors will be without Oscar Estupinan and Ababacar Lo on Wednesday night, but both should be able to return when Ligue 1 starts up again at the start of 2024.


PSG were potentially feeling the effects of a demanding trip to Dortmund against Lille, while Enrique's back three experiment failed to reap the desired rewards.


The Spaniard should revert to type against a Metz side the underlying figures suggest might be the worst in Ligue 1. Their open-play xG tally is the lowest in the division, as is their PPDA. They've also surrendered the third-most open play xG.


Last time out, PSG wound up with a draw by a score of 1-1 away from home against Lille OSC and was outshot by five in the match, 15 to 10. Kylian Mbappe netted the goal for his club in the match against Lille.


In its most recent game on December 17, FC Metz was handed a 1-0 home defeat to Montpellier HSC, while putting up 12 more shots than Montpellier HSC. While FC Metz didn’t score a goal against Montpellier HSC, Simon Elisor topped the club with two shots.

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