PSG vs Nantes Live Stream: Trophée des Champions Predictions, How to Watch Online, TV, Start Time, News, Odds

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Defending Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain face off in the Coupe de France France Holders F.C Nantes In the French season’s curtain raiser in Tel Aviv on Sunday. The Trophy des Champions is the first piece of recognized silverware to be achieved this domestic campaign and will be Christophe Gaultier’s competitive debut as Les Parisiens’ new head coach. Former PSG Boss Antoine Komboer and his Canaries side stand in his way, with Kylian Mbappe also out due to domestic suspension.

Here are our stories, how you can watch the match and more:

Viewing method and difficulties

  • History: Sunday, July 31 | Time: 2 p.m. ET
  • Location: Bloomfield Stadium – Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Television: beIN Sports | Live Stream: fuboTV(try it for free)
  • Difficulties: PSG-300; draw +450; FCN +700 (via Caesars Sportsbook)

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PSG: New signature Noordi Mokili is in the squad for this weekend’s clash, but fellow recent arrivals Hugo Eketake Will have to wait for your debut. Another summer signing, And alone, has been involved during the preseason and should make his full start here. With Mbappe banned, Lionel Messi And Neymar The Paris attack must be led by indigenous youth. Arnaud Clemento And Warren Zaire Emery has received admiring glances during the visit. Japan.

Nantes: star man Alban Lafont, Ludwig Blass (who can move after that game) and Moses Simon All are in Kamboer’s traveling party while in debt. Evan Gissand And Mustafa Muhammad should fill the gap left. Randall Colo Mewani who departed Entracht Frankfurt this summer. Moussa Sissoko adds experience to the group as he returns to the Stade de la Beaujoire for the first time in European football since 2004. Keep an eye on the 20-year-old French youth international Quentin Merlin who is the latest Maison Jaune Youth Academy graduate to come out of its famous Joneliere base.


Choose: PSG should win this one, but Nantes will make them work hard for their win. It would not be surprising if it was tight to the end and then the men from the capital retreated. lose to Lily OSC had a poor start to the campaign here last season and although the home results overshadowed it, it was ultimately a sign of failure to come. Gaultier will want to avoid following in Pochettino’s footsteps so expect both teams to score, but PSG will prevail in the end.