RB Leipzig - PSG: how and where to watch - times, TV, online
All the information you need on how to watch the Champions League Group H game between RB Leipzig and PSG on Wednesday 4 November 2020.
RB Leipzig - PSG: Champions League preview
Last season’s semi-finalists meet again with both teams in fine form domestically. Hosts Leipzig have won all but two of their last five league games while PSG have been beaten just once and top the Ligue 1 standings with 21 points from the first nine games. The last time these two teams met back in August, the French side proved much too strong, winning a one-legged semi-final 0-3. However, the circumstances are very different this time...
But in this season's tournament, they had experienced similar fortunes as we reach the halfway stage of the group phase. Both are level on 3 points with a win and a defeat from the first two matchdays. Leipzig started off well, beating Istanbul Basaksehir 2-0 but then crashed to a 5-0 defeat to Manchester United. PSG lost at home to United on matchday 1 then won 0-2 on the road in Istanbul. If Solskjaer's team come away with another win from their trip to Turkey on Wednesday, claiming second place in the group could turn very complicated for either Leipzig or PSG - if one of them loses at the RB Arena - especially as the French side still has to visit Old Trafford on Matchday 5.
🗣 Head coach Julian #Nagelsmann ahead of #RBLPSG:— RB Leipzig English (@RBLeipzig_EN) November 3, 2020
"We're all really looking forward to what's in store for us tomorrow. We can't shy away. If we put in a top performance like we did against Atlético Madrid, then we have a chance of winning."
🔴⚪ #RBLeipzig #UCL pic.twitter.com/lCvmjIL3tv
Julien Nagelsmann has recovered Nordi Mukiele but the Congolese defender is only just back from a thigh strain and unlikely to feature in the starting XI. Tyler Adams and Marcel Halstenberg will both undergo late fitness tests but the home team will not be able to count on Lukas Klostermann who underwent surgery on his knee a fortnight ago.
Visiting coach Thomas Tuchel has slightly more worrying problems considering this is a game his team needs to win. He has taken a 22-man squad to Germany but there was no place for Neymar, who picked up a groin strain in last week's game against Istanbul or for Kylian Mbappé who has been sidelined with a hamstring problem; Ángel Di María has made the trip but is not match fit after serving a suspension. Tuchel only limited himself to saying that El Fideo "is a key player for us" in his pre-match press conference without divulging whether the Argentinean will play. PSG are also without Julian Draxler, who is nursing a hamstring injury as well as Mauro Icardi (thigh) and Marco Verrati (knee).
What time does RB Leipzig - PSG kick off?
The Champions League Group H Matchday 3 game between Leipzig and Paris Saint-Germain will kick off at the RB Arena, in Leipzig, Germany on Wednesday 4 November 2020 at the local time of 21:00 hours (CET).
That's 20:00 in the UK, 15:00 in New York, 12:00 in Los Angeles and 22:00 in Qatar.
How can I watch RB Leipzig - PSG?
In Spain, the United Kingdom, the United States and Qatar the following television channels and online services will be broadcasting Leipzig vs Paris Saint-Germain:
Spain: Movistar Liga de Campeones 6, Mitele Plus, Movistar+
UK: BTSport.com, BT Sport App, BT Sport ESPN
USA: TUDNxtra, CBS All Access, TUDN App, ZonaFutbol, TUDN.com
Qatar: beIN Sports HD 6, beIN Sports HD 12, beIN SPORTS CONNECT
If you’re elsewhere in the world you can find out who will be broadcasting RB Leipzig - PSG here.
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