Without Lionel Messi, but with the support of his people. PSG vs Benfica LIVE and ONLINE TV this Tuesday, October 11 for matchday 4 of Group H of the Champions League. The match, which can define the passage of the Parisians to the knockout stages of the competition, will be played from 2:00 p.m. (Peruvian time) and will be broadcast on ESPN, Fox Sports, Directv GO, Star Plus, Movistar Champions League, among o ther channels, while you can watch it for free on Fútbol Libre. Check in the following lines for the best preview that only Depor can offer you.
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The actions will take place in the Parc des Princes in Paris and the English referee Michael Oliver will be in charge of dispensing justice. At the moment, the ‘Parisians’ are leaders of the table, with seven points; matched with Benfica; followed by Juventus, with three; and Maccabi Haifa, without scoring.
On which channel to watch PSG vs. Benfica match?
Argentina: Fox Sports Argentina, Star+
Brazil: HBO Max, TNT Brazil
Chile: Star+, Fox Sports 1 Chile
Colombia: ESPN, Star+
Ecuador: Star+, ESPN
Mexico: TNT Sports, HBO Max
Paraguay: ESPN, Star+
Peru: ESPN, Star+
Spain: Movistar Champions League 4, Movistar+
United States: Paramount+, VIX+
Uruguay: Star+, ESPN
Venezuela: Star+, ESPN
What time to watch PSG vs. Benfica match?
United States – 12.00 p.m. Los Angeles time
Mexico – 1.00 p.m.
United States – 2.00 p.m. Texas time
Peru – 2.00 p.m.
Ecuador – 2.00 p.m.
Colombia – 2.00 p.m.
United States – 3.00 p.m. Miami time
Bolivia – 3.00 p.m.
Venezuela – 3.00 p.m.
Paraguay – 4.00 p.m.
Chile – 4.00 p.m.
Uruguay – 4.00 p.m.
Argentina – 4.00 p.m.
Brazil – 4.00 p.m.
England – 8.00 p.m.
Spain – 9.00 p.m.
Italy – 9.00 p.m.
PSG must win at home to get closer to the knockout stages of the Champions League, but coach Christophe Galtier will suffer from a major loss in his squad: he will not have Lionel Messi. The Argentine still has pain in his calf and, as against Reims (0-0) at the weekend, in Ligue 1, he will not be called up.
If there is no major surprise, Pablo Sarabia will be in charge of covering the place of the ‘Flea’, sharing roles with Kylian Mbappé and Neymar. It is worth mentioning that the Frenchman started last Saturday in the local championship; while ‘Ney entered in the second part.
Recall that Paris Saint-Germain already played a duel at home in the Champions League and ended favorably: ‘Kiki’ scored the two goals for the 2-1 win over Juventus. Precisely, the striker is the top scorer of the club in the current international competition, registering three goals (he was present in the 3-1 over Maccabi Haifa).
For its part, Benfica is going through an impressive season and has not known defeat in the 16 official matches played in the different competitions. Even the ‘Incarnates’ only gave up points in two matches: 0-0 against Vitoria Guimaraes, in the Portuguese League, and 1-1 against PSG.
Coach Roger Schmidt has managed to get the best football version of his squad and now he will look to add to get closer to the knockout stages. The main weapon of the team will be the striker Goncalo Ramos, who already has 10 goals in 15 presentations, between Primeira Liga and the Champions League.
PSG vs. Benfica: possible line-ups
PSG: Donnarumma; Ramos, Pereira, Marquinhos; Hakimi, Verratti, Vitinha, Bernat; Sarabia, Neymar and Mbappé.
Benfica: Vlachodimos; Bah, Silva, Otamendi, Grimaldo; Florentino, Fernandez; Neres, Rafa, Joao Mário and Ramos.
PSG vs. Benfica: match history
Since March 2011, the matches PSG vs. Benfica played seven times, leaving a favorable balance for the ‘Incarnates’: they won three times and lost twice.
05-10-2022: Benfica 1-1 PSG – Champions League
18-07-2015: Benfica 2-3 PSG – International Champions Cup
10-12-2013: Benfica 2-1 PSG – Champions League
02-10-2013: PSG 3-0 Benfica – Champions League
15-07-2011: Benfica 3-1 PSG – Amistoso
17-03-2011: PSG 1-1 Benfica – Europa League
10-03-2011: Benfica 2-1 PSG – Europa League
Paris Saint-Germain 2-1 Benfica
Both teams are undefeated across all competitions this campaign. Such a streak is anticipated from a giant like PSG, but Benfica are making a name for themselves as a real dark horse in Europe this term. And the Portuguese giants are strong contenders to qualify from this group along with their opponents here, ahead of the Italian giants Juventus.
This one is likely to be tight again and should feature both sides scoring. And it may require a moment of magic to decide this contest between two unbeaten giants. Lionel Messi provided that with a trademark curler a week ago, but it will be interesting to see who steps up in the Argentine’s absence to grace the game in Paris.
PSG’s backline is prone to occasional lapses in concentration. But Neymar and Kylian Mbappe are renowned for conjuring up game-changing moments in the heat of the moment. And The Hard Tackle expects the reigning French champions to edge a close battle at Parc des Princes.