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PSG vs. Rennes live with Messi: schedules and TV channels to watch the game

The PSG from Lionel Messi, Neymar, Kylian Mbappé and company go for their ninth consecutive victory in the League 1 when they visit the Stade de Rennes on Day 9 of the French tournament. The Parisian team, who defeated Manchester City in the UEFA Champions League in the middle of the week, are devastating every rival that gets in front of them and have already taken six points ahead of their closest pursuer, Lens, and ten points ahead of Marseille which ranks third. Here we bring you the complete guide to watch the game with schedules and TV channels around the world.

PSG vs. Rennes

  • Spain: 1:00 p.m.
  • Peru: 06:00 hours
  • Colombia: 06:00 hours
  • Ecuador: 06:00 hours
  • Argentina: 08:00 hours
  • Chile: 08:00 hours
  • Uruguay: 08:00 hours
  • Mexico: 06:00 hours
  • United States (East): 7:00 a.m.
  • United States (Pacific): 04:00 a.m.

PSG – Rennes: transmission channels

  • Argentina | Star+, ESPN
  • Bolivia | Star+, ESPN
  • Brasil | Star+, ESPN
  • Colombia | Star+, ESPN
  • Central America | ESPN
  • Ecuador | Star+, ESPN
  • United States | beIN SPORTS CONNECT, beIN SPORTS in Spanish, beIN SPORTS
  • Mexico | Star +, ESPN
  • Paraguay | Star+, ESPN
  • Peru | Star +, ESPN
  • Spain | Star +, ESPN
  • Venezuela | Star+, ESPN

Match history PSG vs. Rennes

The first time they collided was in 2012 and on that occasion the victory went to Stade de Rennes by 1-2. However, from then on the record has been favorable for the Parisians with 8 victories in favor, one draw and one defeat.

Last five PSG games

PSG 2-0 Manchester City | Champions League

PSG 2-0 Montpellier | League 1

Metz 1-2 PSG | League 1

PSG 2-1 Lyon | League 1

Bruges 1-1 PSG | Champions League

Last five Stade de Rennes games

Speed ​​1-2 Rennes | Europa League

Bordeaux 1-1 Rennes | League 1

Rennes 6-0 Clermont | League 1

Marsella 2-0 Rennes | League 1

Rennes 2-2 Tottenham | Europa League

PSG vs. Rennes: possible alignments

PSG: Navas; Hakimi, Marquinhos, Kimpembe, Nuno Mendes; Herrera, Verratti, Gueye; Messi, Neymar, Mbappé.

Rennes: Gomis; Traoré, Badé, Aguerd, Truffert; Bourigeaud, Santamaría, Tait, Tchaouna; Laborde, Guirassy.

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