It has been a long time since the French first division championship was so undecided. For this new Sunday meeting at 9 p.m., what could be better than a new L1 clash between two historic French clubs, namely AS Monaco and Olympique Lyonnais. Two formations which bring together 15 titles of champion of France. And the theater of this match which smells of powder will be the Louis II stadium in Monaco.
For this poster of the 35th day between the 3rd and the 4th of L1, Niko Kovac will line up a 3-2-4-1 with the Maripan-Disasi-Sidibé trio in a three-way defense, the magic doublet Tchouameni-Fofana in front of the defense, Ballo Touré and Aguilar in piston on the sides and a Caio Henrique-Ben Yedder-Volland trio in attack since Diop and Jovetic are injured while Golovine and Gelson Martins are absent due to COVID-19. On the side of Rudi Garcia, we should align a classic Lyon team aligned in 3-4-1-2.
On the Rhone side, it is a defensive triplet made up of Marcelo-Denayer (who is back) and De Sciglio. And the French technician will be able to count on a very dense environment made up of Guimaraes-Caqueret-Cornet-Dubois placed just behind Lucas Paqueta. All these beautiful people will be responsible for supplying balloons to the Toko-Ekambi-Depay tandem. Good news for the spectacle which inevitably promises to be there in the Principality.
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AS Monaco, which has impressed for a few weeks in Ligue 1, will have to be wary of a Lyon formation which is always incisive in major meetings and which won it a few months ago at the Parc des Princes against PSG. But in the game of statistics, it is the club of the Rock which leads largely in its enclosure, with 31 victories against 10 draws and 13 successes of the OL in Monaco in 54 oppositions. This poster, which is therefore clearly in favor of ASM in recent seasons, smells of powder and not only for the title race and even for the podium of the French championship. And the TV broadcast of this duel of titans will be on the channel Canal + in France, this Sunday evening at 9 p.m. but will also be available in Streaming in a 100% legal way and in HD. If you are a supporter of the Marseille club or the Rhone club and you do not have access to your television, know that it is possible to follow this Monaco vs OL in live streaming and completely legally.
You are not unaware that Telefoot, the group’s channel Mediapro, stopped broadcasting for a few weeks, and the LFP was able to reach an agreement with Canal + to broadcast the whole of Ligue 1 until the end of the season. To follow this match in streaming broadcast on Channel, you can opt for the OTT subscription MyCanal which will allow you to follow tonight’s match legally and for a small fee with the current offer. The stream, available in high quality via the application MyCanal, 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, enough to take advantage of this football night at the last minute, and the next days of Ligue 1 (including the last two days in multiplex), Canal + now having the rights to the entire French championship now, and the Champions League next season!
How to watch the Monaco – OL streaming tonight in HD on your TV?
For those who have an Android TV or a ChromeCast, you will be able to stream this poster between the training chaired by Dmitry Rybolovlev and the one directed by Jean-Michel Aulas (broadcast on Canal Plus and MyCanal) directly on your television and thus enjoy this prestigious meeting installed quietly on your sofa, as long as you have good WiFi or a quality 4G connection. You can take advantage of the offers Channel from only € 20.99, without obligation, enough to watch the whole of Ligue 1 until the end of the season and to cancel your subscription according to your wishes. And for those under 26, Channel lowers its price to € 10.49, still without obligation! It will cost you barely € 31.47 until the end of the championship, so you might as well not be deprived.
And what better than to start with a Monaco-OL at the top which will be refereed by the very experienced Clément Turpin. The 38-year-old French referee is an old veteran of Ligue 1 and major European competitions with more than 442 matches to his credit, including 223 in the French first division. He will be assisted by Nicolas Danos and Cyril Gringore. The substitute referee will be Éric Wattellier. At VAR and video refereeing, we will have Benoît Bas-tien and Frédéric Haquette.