Metz – PSG: Mbappé deprived of farewell in Ligue 1!

Metz – PSG Mbappe deprived of farewell in Ligue 1

While he announced his departure from PSG at the end of the season, Kylian Mbappé is not in the capital club’s group to face FC Metz in the last league match.

For the 34th and final day of Ligue 1, Paris Saint-Germain travels to the FC Metz who wants to avoid direct relegation to the antechamber of the elite.

Save the roadblock place

16th in the League before the final day, FC Metz has one objective: to maintain its place in the standings, synonymous with play-offs against an L2 club. While the Garnets have a 96% chance of avoiding direct relegation, there is a cruel scenario. Indeed, if they lose 5-0 against the French champions and at the same time, Lorient wins 3-0 against Clermont, FC Metz will have to return to Ligue 2. To avoid a possible horrible evening, near 28,500 spectators will be present at Saint-Symphorien to applaud the Parisian stars and their players. More than 3,500 VIPs will also be at the stadium, a historic record for the Croix de Lorraine club. At a press conference, Laszlo Bölöni said he expected a good performance from his players: “We will approach this match with hope and courage. It is a match in which I am sure that we will have moments of enthusiasm, but also more difficult moments. We are aware that Paris Saint-Germain, It’s another world. But that doesn’t change what Mario Jardel said. In football, everything is possible. We will be kept informed.

No goodbyes for Mbappé

Absent from the Parisian group which faces FC Metz this Sunday, Kylian Mbappé will not play again in Ligue 1. Last Sunday against Toulouse, the striker who will leave PSG this summer played his last match in the league. After 246 Ligue 1 matches, for a total of 191 goals and 74 assists, Mbappé leaves the French championship. Marquinhos, Vitinha, Gianluigi Donnarumma, Fabian Ruiz and Ousmane Dembélé are also absent from the group. In Metz, PSG plays its last match in the league, less than a week before facing Lyon in the final of the Coupe de France. At a press conference, Luis Enrique sent the same message as before Nice-PSG on Wednesday: “It’s the same situation as last week. I think it’s important to have a good balance of minutes played by the players. Who played more, who played less. But in the end the goal, it’s the same, to be competitive and to win the match against Metz I think it’s a similar match of the League that we had here. They are going to play as a team. They are in the Play-. off and they need points and their goal difference is good. From my side, I want to see a great performance like the one against Nice. We want to fight until the end of the season in the best possible way.

What time does Metz – PSG start?

The kick-off of the match of the 34th day of Ligue 1 between Metz and PSG is scheduled Sunday May 19 at 9:00 p.m. at the Stade Saint-Symphorien in Metz. Gaël Angoula will be the match referee.

On which channel to watch Metz – PSG?

Holder of Ligue 1 TV rights, Canal+Sport 360 will broadcast the meeting between Messins and Paris Saint-Germain. DAZN will also broadcast the poster.

How to follow Metz – PSG in streaming?

If you want to watch PSG’s last Ligue 1 match this season in Metz on your computer, smartphone or tablet, you will need to take out a subscription on MyCanal or on the website DAZN.

What are the probable line-ups for Metz – PSG?

Metz: Oukidja (L) – Colin, Traoré, S. Sané, Udol – Ndoram, Camara, Jean Jacques – Van den Kerkhof, Mikautadze, Diallo.

PSG : Navas (or Tenas) – Hakimi, Danilo, Skriniar, N.Mendes – Mayulu, Zaire-Emery, Asensio – Kolo Muani, Ramos, Barcola.

What are the Metz – PSG predictions?

  • Betclic: Metz: 5.25 / Draw: 4.25 / PSG: 1.56
  • Bwin: Metz: 4.80 / Draw: 4.20 / PSG: 1.53
  • NetBet: Metz: 5.00 / Draw: 4.20 / PSG: 1.52
  • Unibet: Metz: 5.20 / Draw: 4.45 / PSG: 1.56