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Here is how you can watch the match and what to know:
- Date: Wednesday, Sept. 22 | Time: 3 p.m. ET
- Location: Stade Saint Symphorien -- Metz, France
- TV: beIN Sports USA
- Live stream: fuboTV (try for free)
- Odds: FCM +900; Draw +450; PSG -333 (via Caesars Sportsbook)
Winless this season along with Stade Brestois 29 and AS Saint-Etienne, Metz are currently bottom of the pile with the joint-worst defensive record in the league of 13 goals conceded. Frederic Antonetti could soon be facing the sack if results do not pick up, but six goals scored averages out at one per game so far which will give them hope if they can tighten up defensively.
Six wins from six and although it was not totally convincing against Lyon, Pochettino's changes and his players just about got the job done. On paper, Metz should be more straightforward, even with Messi missing, so expect rotation from the Argentine with several squad members in need of minutes before the UEFA Champions League returns.
Les Parisiens to ease past Les Grenats after some initial resistance. Metz will probably keep their scoring run going, but PSG will have too much for them with Kylian Mbappe and Neymar in need of some fine-tuning here and against Montpellier HSC this Saturday. Pick: FCM 1-3 PSG
It was another excellent weekend of Serie A action on Paramount+ with the top dogs of our rankings changing places once again as champions Inter Milan got back to winning ways and Jose Mourinho's Roma came undone. Hellas Verona and Cagliari were under new bosses this weekend, and both got immediate reactions from their new sets of players against Roman opposition. Meanwhile Napoli are now the only team in the league with a 100% record after their Monday night masterclass against Udinese.
Our rankings after the fourth round of games:
1 - Napoli (+2)
Luciano Spalletti's men are now the only side in Serie A with four wins from four and have taken a two-point lead at the summit heading into the midweek slate of games. The Partenopei blew a previously solid Udinese side away with Victor Osimhen, Amir Rrahmani, Kalidou Koulibaly and Hirving Lozano all scoring. The feeling has always been that Napoli have the quality to challenge for the title and perhaps not the depth and they are making that quality felt in the early weeks of the season under new leadership.
2 - Milan (-)
Stefano Pioli's men remain unbeaten but are no longer in possession of a 100% winning return after their 1-1 draw with Juventus. Sandro Tonali provided for Ante Rebic's later equalizer. Drawing away from home against Juve would almost always be an acceptable result, though given that the Old Lady currently, remarkably, sit in the relegation zone, perhaps Milan will feel they should have gotten more. Regardless, they now trail Inter on goal difference, +6 to +11 despite a tighter defense which has only conceded twice, tied with Napoli for the best defensive return in Serie A.
3 - Inter (+1)
The titleholders are back to their winning ways after a 6-1 thrashing of Bologna who had started the season in impressive fashion prior to this. Edin Dzeko scored twice in five second half minutes as Simone Inzaghi's men hit three goals in each half to briefly take back top spot in Serie A before Napoli's Monday win. Level on points with bitter rivals Milan, it seems a narrow midweek UEFA Champions League loss to Real Madrid did not damage their confidence.
4 - Roma (-3)
The feelgood factor surrounding Mourinho's arrival has taken something of hit after Igor Tudor enjoyed the new coach bounce after taking over at Verona as his new side came back from 1-0 down to win 3-1. Like Inter, it appears the Giallorossi's form in Europe, in their case a prolific start to their UEFA Europa Conference League campaign with a 5-1 win over CSKA Sofia, did not carry over domestically.
5 - FIORENTINA (+2)
Vincenzo Italiano's men are on the rise against after a 2-1 win over Genoa lifted them to fifth in the table with three wins from their four opening fixtures Riccardo Saponara and Giacomo Bonaventura each scoring once and setting the other up. Italiano's ability to get this talented but underperforming Viola side firing will not have gone unnoticed. Now, however the real challenge begins as they host Inter and Napoli either side of a trip to Udinese.
PSG and Metz will clash today for the Ligue 1. Check out how and where to watch or stream live online free the game in different parts of the world.
The most popular club of the past couple of weeks will take the road when Paris Saint-Germain faces off against Metz. This time, however, Lionel Messi won't take part in the matchup as he looks to heal an injury.
The French side shouldn't have much trouble getting past a Metz side that hasn't been able to keep up with the top-tier clubs in Ligue 1, especially considering they're the most stacked team in the competition.
So, even those who started following PSG just to watch Messi play will be in for a treat if they tune into this game. Here, we're going to let you know how to watch this clash from different parts of the world.
Argentina: 4:00 PM
Brazil: 4:00 PM
United States: 3:00 PM (ET) / 1:00 PM (PT)
Canada: 3:00 PM (EDT) / 1:00 PM (PDT)
Mexico: 2:00 PM
UK: 8:00 PM
Germany: 9:00 PM
France: 9:00 PM
Portugal: 8:00 PM
Spain: 9:00 PM
Argentina: Star+, ESPN Sur
Brazil: ESPN Brasil, GUIGO, NOW NET e Claro, Watch ESPN Brasil
United States: beIN SPORTS en Español, beIN SPORTS, beIN SPORTS CONNECT
Canada: beIN Sports Canada, beIN SPORTS en Español, beIN SPORTS CONNECT Canada