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PSG vs Juventus: Is game on TV? Channel and live stream

Ben King

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PSG vs Juventus: Is game on TV? Channel and live stream

The Champions League has finally returned for the 2022/2023 season and European giants PSG and Juventus will face-off in game-week one.

The Italian side, who haven’t won the competition since 1996, will be eager to avenge their poor showing last year, which saw them get knocked out in the round of 16 by a resilient Villareal side.

Juventus head into the clash with an unbeaten record in Serie A after five games, but 3 of these results have been draws.

PSG have had a seriously impressive start to the season, sitting in first place after the first five games, and their deadly attacking trio of Mbappe, Neymar and Messi already boast a collective record of 17 goals and 12 assists so far this campaign.

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Despite achieving domestic success year on year, the Parisians are yet to win Europe’s biggest competition, with their only appearance in the final ending in a 1-0 loss to Bayern Munich in 2020.

Christophe Galtier will be hoping his team can finally win the trophy that has continued to evade them.

Here's everything you need to know about PSG vs Juventus

Is PSG vs Juventus on TV? Channel and live stream

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UK viewers will be able to watch PSG vs Juventus on BT Sport 5, with the game kicking off at 8pm BST.

The fixture will also be streamed on the BT Sport app.

PSG vs Juventus Team News:

Galtier has almost a fully fit squad to choose from, with only Julian Draxler and Timothee Pembele unavailable for selection due to knee injuries.

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Neymar, Ramos and Renato Sanches were all rested from the start in their win against Nantes at the weekend, but it is likely they will come straight back in the starting line-up for this high profile clash.

Juventus cannot boast the same healthy squad, and the Italians are missing some key names, with the likes of Pogba, Chiesa, Szczesny and Rabiot all out injured.

Allegri may welcome Bonucci into the side to bring some experience to the squad, and Di Maria is in contention to start against his former club.


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Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus, Champions League

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