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Paris Saint-Germain vs Metz live 20/12/2023

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Kylian Mbappé scored from the penalty spot to give the hosts the lead in the 66th minute and Jonathan David scored a last-gasp equalizer for Lille in injury time. Metz suffered their third league defeat on the spin on Sunday, suffering a 1-0 loss to Montpellier. Interestingly, they have failed to score in their last three games as well. Following that home defeat to Montpellier on Sunday, they have dropped to 16th place in the league standings. PSG are currently sitting top of the Ligue 1 table, rejoicing in the glory of an unbeaten run over their last 11 games. On the other hand, FC Metz finds themselves positioned 14th, with a recent struggle of three consecutive defeats and a lack of goals. In their last head-to-head battle, during the 2021-2022 season, PSG displayed their superiority with a 5-0 victory over Metz at the Parc des Princes. Today: PSG v Metz live watch 20 December 2023 13 hours ago — The match starts at 7:00 PM on September 16th, 2020. Catch the latest Paris Saint-Germain and FC Metz news and find up to date Ligue 1 standings ... In addition to these ongoing recovering players, two starters from the recent match against Lille have been ruled out. Forward Ousmane Dembele will forfeit this upcoming game with a hamstring issue, and Arnau Tenas is out with a minor right shoulder injury sustained in the same match. PSG will at least have GK1 Gianluigi Donnarumma back from his two-game suspension. Otherwise, the Parisian would have been forced to use their fourth-string goalkeeper on Wednesday. On top of that, Presnel Kimpembe, who has been dealing with a long-term injury, trained with the group ahead of the game and should/could get some minutes against Metz. PSG did not provide updates on Goncalo Ramos and Carlos Soler, who have been out with a non-COVID illness not clarified by the club as of this writing, making their availability uncertain for tomorrow's matchup. The lead over Monaco is now at six points, with no other team having more than 27 points through Saturday's games. PSG's lead could be further widened in their upcoming match against Lille on Sunday evening, as PSG can move seven points clear of the second place. However, as Luis Enrique introduced fresh legs onto the scene in a bid to see the game out, one PSG substitute inadvertently helped a fellow Lille replacement to snatch a point from the jaws of defeat, as Marco Asensio's poor pass out from the back ended with Jonathan David heading home the equaliser four minutes into added-on time. Perhaps nursing a minor European hangover from their Champions League last 16-clinching draw with Borussia Dortmund in midweek, where Les Parisiens were once again left to rue wastefulness in the final third, Les Parisiens were grateful to see Monaco and Nice fail to capitalise on their dropped points to remain comfortably clear at the summit. Unbeaten in 11 top-flight contests - winning eight on the spin before being forced to accept a slice of the spoils at Lille - PSG boast a five-point advantage over Nice in first place and will not be back in Ligue 1 action for almost a month once Wednesday's game is done and dusted; Trophee des Champions and Coupe de France commitments take precedence in the early weeks of January. David's last-gasp Lille leveller at the weekend means that PSG host Metz having only kept one clean sheet from their last six outings across all competitions, but each of their last five Ligue 1 contests at the Parc des Princes has ended in victory for the champions, who have a whopping 17 goals to show from that quintet of matches. While the runaway champions may find the back of the net for fun in the capital, Metz's frailties in the final third once again came to the fore during Sunday's visit of Montpellier HSC, who condemned Les Grenats to a third successive scoreless defeat since the start of the month. The return of defensive pieces such as Achraf Hakimi and Milan Skriniar will give Paris more strength at the back, fortifying the team's defense. PSG will be without Gianluigi Donnarumma because of suspension and also with an injury list featuring players like Fabian Ruiz, Nuno Mendes, Keylor Navas, Arnau Tenas and Ousmane Dembélé. On the other side, FC Metz comes to the match without Oscar Estupinan and Ababacar Lo. Their strategy will probably be a 4-3-3 formation and will try containing PSG's offensive power. The match between the two at the Parc des Princes will be an interesting battle. PSG will try and close out the year on a high and continue their streak while Metz will try to emerge from their recent struggles. Paris Saint-Germain v Metz live streaming 20 December 19 hours ago — Paris Saint-Germain v Metz live streaming 20 December 2023 Live HD Match coverage * All dates and times are in your local timezone. PSG vs Metz: Where to Watch Live and Game Time Today 7 hours ago — The match between PSG vs Metz can be watched live on ESPN 4 and Star+, starting at 5 PM (Brasília time). PSG leads Ligue 1 with 11 wins, 4 ... Paris Saint-Germain - Metz live watch 20.12.2023 Where to li 6 hours ago — Viewers in the United States can watch a live stream of the game on fuboTV (free trial available). PSG vs Metz: TV channel, live stream, team ...


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