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Man United vs PSG headlines Matchday 5 of the UEFA Champions League: live streaming and TV listings to watch worldwide

November 30, 2020 By Ali M.
The Red Devils will host the Ligue 1 champions in what should be a mouthwatering showdown while Bayern Munich are gearing up to visit Atletico.

Headline fixture of Matchday 5 – Man United vs PSG

Several interesting games are taking place on Matchday 5 of the 2020/21 UEFA Champions League group stage, including a juicy showdown between two European giants Atletico Madrid and Bayern Munich. Then why is Man United vs PSG our pick and not that fixture? The answer is simple: it is due to the permutations and what is on the line.

The Red Devils currently top the table with nine points, sitting three points ahead of the French giants in second and RB Leipzig in third. While Solskjaer's side did beat Les Parisiens in their first encounter, the English club's form at home has been unconvincing. This means that if Neymar and Co. were to come away with a win at Old Trafford, the Ligue 1 champions would move level on points with the league leaders. Furthermore, should RB Leipzig beat İstanbul Başakşehir that same day, the Bundesliga outfit would also move level on nine points, setting up a three-way tie ahead of the sixth and final round.

However, for that to occur, PSG must first win at the Theatre of Dreams, but given their current form, confidence may not be on their side. Tuchel's men have been poor as of late, winning only once in their last three matches and twice from their last five fixtures across all competitions. In that run, there was a 2-1 loss to RB Leipzig in this competition, a 3-2 comeback defeat against Monaco, and – most recently – a disappointing 2-2 draw with Bordeaux over the weekend.

As for Solskjaer's side, they simply need a point from the remaining two games to secure a spot in the last 16. Since the embarrassing 2-1 defeat to İstanbul Başakşehir, Man United have won four on the trot and will be keen on completing the double over PSG. Make sure to catch this game!


Match details, result and original broadcast info

Manchester United 1 - 3 PSG

December 2, 2020 3:00pmOld Trafford (Manchester)

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Key talking points ahead of Matchday 5

Sevilla and Chelsea battle it out for top spot – who will win?

Another interesting match-up on Matchday 5 is Sevilla vs Chelsea. Both teams have booked their spots in the knockout stage but what has not yet been decided is the group winner. As a result, their Wednesday showdown could decide who enters the round of 16 draw seeded. The Blues boast the advantage, sitting ahead of the Spanish club due to a superior goal difference, which means a draw could work out in their favor.

Atletico to end Bayern Munich's record-breaking UCL winning streak?

Bayern Munich are the title holders and currently boast a record-breaking winning streak in the UEFA Champions League, winning their last 16 matches in a row. Those 16 triumphs include four victories in this season's group stage, with the defending champions boasting a perfect record so far. However, their next match is a trip to Atletico and with Flick's side not only securing progression but also winning the group, the German giants might take their foot off the gas and rest key players. Could this spark the end of their winning streak?

Team news

Here are the key players who are definitely missing due to injury, suspension, or could be in doubt due to fitness or other issues and thus could miss out on upcoming matches for their respective sides heading into matchday 5:

Chelsea: Gilmour (doubtful – knee)

Liverpool: Van Dijk (knee), Gomez (knee), Thiago Alcántara (knee), Oxlade-Chamberlain (knee), Milner (hamstring), Alexander-Arnold (calf), Shaqiri (muscular); Keïta (doubtful – hamstring)

Barcelona: Piqué (knee), Roberto (hamstring), Ansu Fati (meniscus), Lenglet (ankle); Araújo (doubtful – match fitness), Umtiti (doubtful – match fitness)

Juventus: Buffon (doubtful – thigh), Demiral (doubtful – groin), Chiellini (doubtful – thigh)

Man Utd: Shaw (hamstring); Bailly (doubtful – muscular), Lingard (doubtful – illness), Pogba (doubtful – ankle), McTominay (doubtful – fitness)

PSG: Bernat (knee), Draxler (thigh), Kehrer (groin); Kurzawa (doubtful – unspecified), Marquinhos (doubtful – groin), Navas (doubtful – unspecified)

Atletico: Costa (deep vein thrombosis), Vrsaljko (knee); Sánchez (doubtful – thigh), Torreira (doubtful – illness), Suárez (doubtful – illness)

Bayern: Davies (ankle), Kimmich (knee), Tolisso (muscular), Roca (suspended), Neuer (did not travel), Lewandowski (did not travel), Goretzka (did not travel), Tillman (knee); Boateng (doubtful – muscular), Richards (doubtful – calf)

Inter: Vidal (suspended); Nainggolan (doubtful – calf), Kolarov (doubtful – illness), Pinamonti (doubtful – ankle)

Real Madrid: Odriozola (match fitness), Ramos (thigh), Valverde (hamstring), Hazard (muscular)

Man City: Agüero (knee)

Matchday 5 listings

Below are the fixtures set to take place on matchday 5:

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