TV: OL – PSG, at what time and on which channels to watch the Coupe de France final?

TV: OL – PSG, at what time and on which channels to watch the Coupe de France final?
TV: OL – PSG, at what time and on which channels to watch the Coupe de France final?

The last big meeting of the season in France will be the final of the Coupe de France between Olympique Lyonnais and Paris Saint-Germain. A shock for history on the Lyon side, and for honor on the Parisian side.

What time for OL – PSG?

Relocated to the Stade Pierre Mauroy in Lille, knowing that the Stade de France is already in Olympic Games mode for next summer, this final of the 107th edition of the Coupe de France will be played this Saturday May 25 at 9 p.m. between OL and PSG. The referee of this match will be François Letexier, a whistle present during the next Euro 2024.

On which channels can I watch OL – PSG?

Like every big Coupe de France meeting since the start of this season, this gala final between Lyon and Paris will be broadcast on two channels: France 2 And beIN Sports 1.

The probable line-ups of OL – PSG:

Author of a simply fabulous second half of the season, OL will approach this final without the pressure of the European Cup. Since at the end of a last crazy match and a victory against Strasbourg last Sunday (2-1), Lyon achieved the feat of finishing in sixth place in L1. Already qualified for the group stage of the Europa League, a ticket that OL could also have had by winning this final, Lyon will therefore have only one objective in Lille on Saturday evening: to win a first trophy since 2012. Unable to enrich its record for more than ten years now, OL want to write their history in the North of France. For this match, Pierre Sage will be able to count on a complete group determined to take revenge on PSG after the 1-4 suffered at the Parc in April.

The probable composition of OL: Perri – Mata, O’Brien, Caleta Car, Tagliafico – Caqueret, Mantic, Mangala – Cherki, Lacazette, Benrahma.

A little freewheeling since its elimination in the semi-finals of the Champions League against Dortmund at the beginning of May, the club from the French capital wants to end its season on a good note. Champion of France without trembling, PSG therefore aims to regain its Coupe de France after two years of drought, with the coronations of Nantes in 2022 and Toulouse in 2023. But to achieve the L1 – CDF double, Luis Enrique will have to hand over his group in the moment while some are already thinking about the holidays or the Euro which is coming.

The probable composition of PSG: Donnarumma – Hakimi, Marquinhos, Beraldo, Nuno Mendes – Zaire Emery, Vitinha, Ruiz – Dembélé, Mbappé, Barcola.

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