After having defeated FC Barcelona in the knockout stages of the Champions League, it is another cador of European football who stands in front of PSG in the quarter-finals of the competition. And the capital club will have a lot to do since it is Bayern Munich that is on the program. PSG is clearly expected at the turn at the Allianz Arena this Wednesday evening. This duel between two European mastodons who clashed a few months ago in the C1 final (Bayern’s 1-0 victory) is inevitably eagerly awaited. This shock is also the clash between the French armada of the Bavarian club namely Lucas Hernandez, Benjamin Pavard and Kingsley Coman and the infernal trio of PSG Mbappé-Di Maria-Neymar. And for this first leg of the quarter-finals of the Champions League, the Ile-de-France club will have to do without Marco Verratti and Alessandro Florenzi (positive for COVID) and without Layvin Kurzawa and Mauro Icardi, injured. Leandro Paredes will be suspended. The Munich club is not much better off since Corentin Tolisso, Robert Lewandowski and Douglas Costa are injured while Serge Gnabry is also positive for COVID.
Without his two main offensive assets, the German coach of the Bavarian club Hansi Flick should line up a 4-2-3-1 with Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting. The former Parisian will be supplied with balloons by the late Coman-Sané tandem. On the side of PSG, Mauricio Pochettino will also line up a 4-2-3-1 with an offensive quartet of the late Di Maria-Neymar-Mbappé-Kean. Without Verratti in the midfield, Paris will try to control the midfield thanks to his doublet Danilo Pereira-Idrissa Gueye while the Marquinhos-Kimpembe pair will protect the wall cages Keylor Navas. One thing is certain, it is a great match which is expected tonight at the Allianz Arena in Munich.
And as you have been used to for several months, you will have to, once again, continue to shake up your habits, because this meeting will not be broadcast on the usual channels, namely on Canal Plus, Telefoot The Channel Or on bein Sports. Remember that the rights of the most prestigious European competitions on the French market are still the property of SFR until June 2021 before the return to the market of the encrypted channel and the Qatari channel. Since the end of the chain of Mediapro, it will therefore be necessary to follow the match between Bayern and PSG on RMC Sport 1 this Wednesday evening at 9 p.m. Suspense and spectacle guaranteed on the meadow for this decisive meeting on the future of the formation chaired by Nasser al-Khelaïfi in the cup with big ears.
Watch the Bayern-PSG football match streaming
If your internet service provider is not SFR, you will only be able to enjoy this quarter-final first leg of the former European Cup of Champions Clubs by streaming. Indeed, the television channel which belongs to the group Altice struggles to find distribution agreements with the main French players such as CanalSat for this European competition organized by UEFA for more than 60 years. To follow this match in streaming, you will have to register on the OTT site of SFR (link below at the end of the article) and choose the most suitable solution, the place where you will watch this new Franco-German clash or your equipment. The stream, available in high quality via the application RMC Sport, will thus be accessible from your computer (desktop or laptop), your tablet without forgetting your smartphone anywhere on the sole condition of having a good 4G connection.
Your subscription will be active immediately, so you can enjoy this football night at the last minute or the Champions League multiplex with the other Anglo-Portuguese confrontation FC Porto vs Chelsea.
How to watch Bayern-PSG streaming tonight in HD?
For those who have an Android TV or a ChromeCast, you will be able to stream this Bayern Munich vs PSG directly on your TV and thus enjoy this prestigious meeting installed quietly on your sofa, as long as you have good WiFi or a efficient 4G connection. A European shock which will be refereed by the experienced Antonio Mateu Lahoz. The 44-year-old Spanish referee is a regular in the Champions League and has crossed paths with the Parisian club on several occasions. If the last two matches of PSG refereed by the Spanish man in black ended in a defeat (against Dortmund and against Manchester United), the supporters of the reigning French champion will no doubt appreciate the fact that Lahoz was at the whistle during PSG’s 3-0 victory against Bayern in 2017. The Neymar gang is necessarily hoping for the same outcome tonight around 11pm.