Football Ligue 1 - PSG, OL, OM… When and on which channels to watch the 38th day of L1?

Football Ligue 1 – PSG, OL, OM… When and on which channels to watch the 38th day of L1?

This weekend, the French championship will close its doors for a few months after a very good 2021-2022 season. The challenges of the 38th day will be numerous, and in particular for OM who will play for their place on the podium. PSG and OL will play for nothing with the ambition of finishing the season as well as possible.

When to see the matches of PSG, OL and OM?

Like last week, the 20 Ligue 1 clubs will all play at the same time, since the 38th day will be played this Saturday May 21 at 9 p.m. While OM host Strasbourg at the Stade Vélodrome, OL will travel to neighboring Clermont at the Stade Gabriel Montpied, while PSG will face Metz at the Parc des Princes.

On which channels to watch the 38th day of L1?

As often since the start of the season, Amazon Prime Video will be at the center of the debate on Saturday evening since the main broadcaster of the French championship will have the chance to broadcast PSG’s last match against Metz. A meeting at the end of which the Parisians will celebrate their tenth title of champion of France by lifting the Hexagonal.

Regarding Olympique Lyonnais, its match against Clermont Foot will also be broadcast on the Pass Ligue 1 application from Amazon. And for Olympique de Marseille, Marseille fans will have to tune into Canal+ Décalé, which will therefore have the chance to broadcast this shock for Europe.

The stakes and the probable compositions:

Champion for several weeks already, PSG will try to end their season in style in front of their public. With the help of Messi, Neymar or Mbappé, who could play his last match in Paris before potentially joining Real Madrid, the Ile-de-France club will not hesitate to send the Grenats to L2. To win this meeting, Mauricio Pochettino will have a fairly large group, without Dagba, Diallo, Draxler, Icardi, Kurzawa or Paredes, all injured.

The probable line-up of PSG against Metz: Navas – Hakimi, Marquinhos, Ramos, Nuno Mendes – Danilo, Verratti, Herrera – Neymar, Mbappe, Messi.

After having grilled a big joker against Rennes last weekend, OM no longer have the right to make mistakes. To finish on the L1 podium and return to the Champions League next season, Jorge Sampaoli’s group will have no other choice but to win against Strasbourg, a club which will also play for its place in the Top 5. at the Velodrome. Suffice to say that this meeting promises to be hot, especially since OM have left their second place to Monaco, who will play for their part in Lens. In any case, for this last big meeting of the season, OM will have to compose without Payet, Balerdi or De la Fuente.

The probable composition of OM against Strasbourg: Mandanda – Rongier, Saliba, Caleta-Car, Luan Peres – Guendouzi, Kamara, Gueye – Under, Milik, Gerson.

Completely behind in the race for Europe, with an eighth place five points from the Top 5, OL will therefore have nothing to play for in this last match. But following a complicated season, the Gones will still try to finish in style against Clermont, the promoted Auvergne saved. A match in which Peter Bosz will be deprived of Cherki, Denayer, Diomandé or Thiago Mendes.

OL’s probable line-up against Clermont: Lopes – Gusto, Da Silva, Lukeba, Emerson – Caqueret, Ndombele, Paqueta – Tete, Dembele, Toko Ekambi.

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