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Monaco v Paris Saint Germain: How to watch, TV channel, head-to-head stats & team news

Paris Saint Germain will look to continue their march towards the Ligue 1 title when they travel to Monaco on Friday evening.

Luis Enrique's men are 11 points clear of Brest and 13 ahead of Monaco, having won 16 of their 23 matches so far this season, and look on course to capture a third successive domestic crown.

How to watch Monaco v Paris Saint Germain and TV channel

Monaco v Paris Saint Germain is available to watch live on bet365's Live Streaming service.

The game will also be shown live on TNT Sports 2.

Monaco v Paris Saint Germain kick-off time, date and venue

Monaco v Paris Saint Germain will be played at Stade Louis II in Monaco, France and kick-off is at 20:00 GMT on Friday 1st March 2024.

Monaco v Paris Saint Germain stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

Paris Saint Germain undoubtedly head into the clash in a richer vein of form having won four and drawn two of their last six Ligue 1 outings.

Their last gasp equaliser against Rennes last weekend means they are now unbeaten in 18 league games - their longest run in the competition since the 2018/19 campaign.

Monaco by contrast, are winless in their last three and have taken just eight points from their last six games - six less than their opponents.

That said, they have won the last three Ligue 1 encounters on home soil with PSG; scoring three times on each occasion.

Monaco v Paris Saint Germain head-to-head record (H2H)

Monaco wins




Paris Saint Germain wins


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Monaco v Paris Saint Germain team news

Monaco team news

Krepin Diatta and Vanderson are unlikely to feature for Monaco after failing to overcome muscle issues, whilst Ismail Jakobs will also remain on the sidelines because of a hamstring problem.

Meanwhile, Denis Zakaria will miss out through suspension.

Paris Saint Germain team news

Presnel Kimpembe is expected to remain absent as he nurses a sore Achilles tendon, whilst Sergio Rico is likely to miss out with a head injury.

Boss Luis Enrique is also sweating on the fitness of Milan Skriniar and Layvin Kurzawa, with the two players rated as 50/50 to be available in time to feature.

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