Live Soccer TV

Live Soccer TV App for iOS
Live Soccer TV App for Android
How to watch Man City vs PSG live

Man City vs PSG live on November 24, 2021: Cityzens seeking revenge over Ligue 1 giants in UCL rematch

November 24, 2021 By Ali M.
The Premier League and Ligue 1 giants are set to do battle at the Etihad Stadium this Wednesday in a highly-anticipated showdown.


It's finally here: the rematch of Man City vs PSG is upon us as the two European giants gear up to do battle on Wednesday on the fifth and penultimate Matchday of the UEFA Champions League group stage campaign. The Etihad Stadium will be the venue for this 3 p.m. ET clash as the visitors look to snatch Group A's no.1 spot away from the Premier League side.

Les Parisiens surrendered the lead after drawing 2-2 away to RB Leipzig in their last UEFA Champions League outing. The Ligue 1 giants were not brilliant, but given their amazing firepower, many expected Pochettino's side to overcome the Bundesliga outfit, which they unfortunately failed to pull off. 

In fact, this has been the story of PSG since the arrival of Lionel Messi. While the Argentine has scored three in three in Europe, La Pulga is yet to develop a great relationship with Neymar and Mbappe, meaning the Paris outfit have relied heavily on individual moments of brilliance – and everyone BUT the front three defending – in order to win games.

This was visible when they hosted Man City earlier this season. The Cityzens dominated the possession and were, for the most part, the better team. However, Kimpembe and Co. defended deep and pulled off a clean sheet, while two spectacular goals from Gueye and Messi sealed them the three points.

Leo finally got over the mark in Ligue 1 over the weekend, scoring his first French top-flight goal in the 3-1 win over Nantes, and will thus head into this tie with confidence, which will worry any team. Furthermore, the 2019/20 runners-up are unbeaten in their last seven games, meaning form is on their side. However, the aforementioned lack of chemistry and the doubt surrounding Pochettino's future – the Argentine has been linked with a move to Man Utd – could weigh negatively on the team's shoulders.

Man City, meanwhile, have two tasks. One is to maintain the no.1 spot, meaning a draw would suffice for the English side. However, their other goal is to inflict revenge on PSG after losing 2-0 at the Parc des Princes despite being the better side. While the Ligue 1 side have struggled to generate chemistry among their star-studded attackers, the Cityzens issue is quite the opposite: they lack world-class goal scorers.

The gap left by Sergio Aguero's departure wasn't filled over the summer, meaning Guardiola's side are always at risk of failing to score regardless of how well they perform due to the lack of a proper no.9. Phil Foden, Raheem Sterling, Ferran Torres, and Bernardo Silva have shared the goalscoring burden this season, but when moments of magic are needed, Pep boasts no magician who he can rely upon.

The Premier League champions suffered upsetting back-to-back defeats late last month, losing on penalties to West Ham in the Carabao Cup before going 2-0 down at home to Crystal Palace in the English top-flight. However, Foden and Co. have since bounced back, with the Manchester giants winning the following three games while conceding only one goal, including the 2-0 victory over city rivals Man United.

Since leaving Barcelona, Pep has not enjoyed most of his reunions with Lionel Messi. Wednesday will present another opportunity for the Spanish manager to get the better of a team containing the six-time Ballon d'Or winner. Can he pull it off? This remains unknown, but what is certain is that fans will be treated to an interesting fixture.

Team news

Man City: The hosts will be without Kevin de Bruyne (coronavirus) while Jack Grealish (injury) remains a doubt. Ruben Dias and Riyad Mahrez, who were absent in the recent victory over Everton, are likely to return to the starting eleven. The question is whether Cole Palmer will get another start or whether the youngster will make way for Gabriel Jesus.

PSG: Sergio Ramos has made the trip to Manchester, but whether the iconic Spaniard will get game time remains unclear. Kimpembe and Marquinhos, however, should return to the starting eleven.

Key stats

  • PSG were winless in their first five encounters Man City prior to beating them 2-0 in their Parc des Princes encounter.

  • Les Parisiens have won two of their last three away games against English opposition, with those two victories coming in Manchester (vs Man United).

  • The Cityzens have scored 15 goals this term, with only Bayern Munich (17) netting more often this season.

Broadcast listings


Match details, result and original broadcast info

Manchester City 2 - 1 PSG

November 24, 2021 3:00pmEtihad Stadium (Manchester)

This match has ended. Below are the original Live broadcast details for this match.
For upcoming replays, please select Watch Again or On-demand tab. For upcoming on-demand broadcasts, please select On-demand tab.

Live TV coverage and streaming in United States

Univision USA
Univision NOW

Upcoming re-broadcasts in United States

Nov 26 4:00am
CBS Sports Network
Nov 26 4:00am
Dec 111:00am
*60 minute highlights
Dec 111:00am
Official live stream link will be available 30 minutes before the broadcast.
*Authentication required through TV/ISP provider
Dec 111:00am
Dec 111:00am

Manchester City vs PSG On-demand Coverage

Available: Nov 24 5:00pm
Expires: Dec 112:00am

Newsletter Signup »

Email: Why Signup?

Upcoming Top Matches »

ChelseaNov 28
Manchester United
Real MadridNov 28
WatfordDec 1
Real MadridDec 1
Athletic Club
EvertonDec 1
Manchester UnitedDec 2
West Ham UnitedDec 4
Wolverhampton WanderersDec 4
BarcelonaDec 4
Real Betis
Borussia DortmundDec 4
Bayern München
TV Schedules and Live Streaming Listings
Live Soccer TV App
Download the Live Soccer TV App for
iPhone and Android
Live Soccer TV App for iOSLive Soccer TV App for Android