Angers SCO vs Paris Saint Germain: All you need to know about this Ligue 1 fixture

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Paris Saint Germain will visit Angers in a clash where the League leaders will face the mid-table side, Angers SCO.
The hosts have only lost two of 11 matches so far in Ligue 1, This is because they drew as many as seven outings. The head coach Stephane Moulin would certainly be thrilled to see his men sharing the spoils once again this weekend, but it will be one hell of a task against the current leaders PSG.

Match Details

Date: 4th November 2017
Kick off at 16:00 UK / 17:00 CET / 21:30 IST
Venue: Stade Raymond Kopa (Angers)
Telecast: SONY TEN 1,beIN Sports,TV5MONDE
Livestream: SONY LIV, JIO TV

Team News


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Les Scoistes play a very attractive football packed with goals and they’ll come into the clash with the Parisians having scored at least two in all but one of their last six matches in all competitions.

They managed a second-half comeback at Strasbourg last weekend, but they allowed a late equalizer to return home with a point in the pocket.


The visitors kept cruising last Friday when they eased past Nice 3-0 at Parc Des Princes.

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The impressive run of form was continued in the mid-week’s Champions League fixture which saw Unai Emery’s men bag five past the Belgian champions Anderlecht.Interestingly, it was the match which saw Paris’ left-back Layvin Kurzawa complete a hat-trick. PSG will be missing Neymar in this fixture due to injury and Di Maria is also doubtful.

Probable Lineups

Angers (3-5-2): Michel-Pavlovic,Traore,Thomas-Manceau,Fulgini,Santamaria,Mangani,Andreau-Tait,Ekambi

PSG (4-3-3): Areola-Alves,Marquinhos,Kimpembe,Berchiche-Verratti,Rabiot,Draxler-Di Maria,Cavani,Mbappe

Head to Head

PSG have entirely dominated this match-up winning five and drawing one of their six meetings with Les Scoistes.

Their previous encounter was especially interesting as the two sides played for the title in the last term of Coupe de France.

The Parisians lifted the trophy at the end, but only after a late stoppage-time own goal (0-1).