A top three clash is on the cards as PSG take on Monaco at the Parc des Princes on Friday, November 24th.

After yet another interruption due to another international break, Ligue 1 fans can celebrate once again as club football returns with a bang on Friday. League leaders PSG will kick off proceedings with a home clash against third-placed Monaco as the capital-based club aim to further consolidate their grip on top spot.

Les Parisiens have won all of their last five Ligue 1 matches, including a resounding 3-0 win over Reims to ensure that Luis Enrique's side remain on top of the table. It was also the perfect response following their shock 2-1 loss to AC Milan in their Champions League tie, but at home, PSG have been quite solid. In fact, coming into this tie, the ambitious club have won their last five home matches across all comps without conceding a single goal.

The 3-0 win over Reims was the Kylian Mbappe show, as the French star netted all three goals to bring him to eight hat-tricks in Ligue 1 - breaking the seven previously set by retired Swedish ace Zlatan Ibrahimovic. It's safe to say that he will be eager to add more to his tally, which currently stands as 13 goals and puts him well ahead of the chasing pack in the race to be Ligue 1's top goal-scorer.

Meanwhile, Monaco have won three of their last five Ligue 1 matches, but Adi Hutter's side faced a much tougher battle than expected against newly promoted Le Havre. Les Rouges et Blancs were quite poor in the match, and in fact, were quite fortunate that shot-stopper Philipp Kohn was able to save a penalty kick that surely would have resulted in an embarrassing 1-0 defeat for Monaco.

Monaco have had some luck when it comes to playing PSG, and in fact, come into their upcoming match unbeaten in their last three meetings with Les Parisiens. However, given how they did struggle against Le Havre, combined with PSG's mostly dominant showings in Ligue 1, it is hard to see the visitors being able to maintain that steak when the two familiar foes renew acquaintances in Paris on Friday evening.

Team news: PSG vs Monaco

PSG: The hosts are still dealing with a huge number of injuries, with Nuno Mendes, Marco Asensio, Danilo Pereira, Keylor Navas, Marquinhos, Sergio Rico, Presnel Kimpembe, and youngster Warren Zaire-Emery all set to miss this game due to varying issues.

Monaco: Youssouf Fofana will miss this game due to a suspension, while Caio Henrique, Myron Boadu, Eliesse Ben Seghir, and Mohammed Salisu are all expected to miss out due to injuries. Takumi Minamino, Folarin Balogun, and Guillermo Maripan were all involved in international matches over the break, and Minamino and Balogun could miss this game due to fatigue and a late arrival to re-join the squad.

Match facts: PSG vs Monaco

  • Monaco are unbeaten in their last three meetings with PSG
  • PSG have won their last five Ligue 1 games

Broadcast info: PSG vs Monaco

How can I watch PSG vs Monaco live?

USA: Viewers in the USA have plenty of options to watch PSG vs Monaco live, which kicks off at 3 pm EST (12 pm PST).

The game will be shown on TV on beIN SPORTS and live-streamed via beIN SPORTS CONNECT.

Spanish speakers can check out beIN SPORTS en Español or Fanatiz USA.

In addition, fuboTV and Sling TV will provide live-streaming coverage in English and Spanish.

France: Fans in France not traveling to the Parc des Princes to watch the match in person can live-stream it via Amazon Prime Video.

UK: PSG vs Monaco will be shown on TV on TNT Sports 3, while viewers can live-stream it using either discovery+ or the discovery+ App.

Canada: The match will be shown on TV on beIN Sports Canada and live-streamed on beIN SPORTS CONNECT Canada

Spanish-language coverage will be via beIN SPORTS en Español or Fanatiz Canada.

fuboTV Canada will also be offering live-streaming of PSG vs Monaco in a variety of languages.

Australia: Fans in Australia can watch PSG vs Monaco live on TV on beIN Sports 1 or live-stream the match via beIN Sports Connect

Live elsewhere? Here is how you can watch PSG vs Monaco live from wherever you are based:


Match details, result and original broadcast info

PSG 5 - 2 Monaco

November 24, 2023 3:00pmParc des Princes (Paris)

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