Lens-Nice live: Surprises in the lineups


By: Manu Tournoux

Follow live commentary on the clash of the 26th day of Ligue 1 between RC Lens and OGC Nice, this Saturday evening (9 p.m., live on a Canal+ group channel).

Live game




Lens: The attacking trio renewed

After two victories in a row (against OL and Brest) which allow it to find itself tied with Losc in 4th place, RC Lens should play with the same team and in particular an unchanged attacking trio, composed of Florian Sotoca and David Pereira da Costa in free electrons in support of Elie Wahi. Adrien Thomasson and Wesley Saïd are the first offensive options on the bench. Only Deiver Machado is missing and Franck Haise is currently using Przemyslaw Frankowski on the left at the expense of full-back Jhoanner Chavez.

The probable composition of Lens: Samba – Gradit, Danso, Medina – Aguilar, Mendy, Al Aynaoui, Frankowski, Diouf – Sotoca, Pereira da Costa – Wahi.

Nice: Moffi rather than Guessand?

OGC Nice is catastrophic at the moment. After four defeats and a draw in one month, the Aiglons were eliminated in the semi-finals of the Coupe de France on Wednesday evening by PSG. They are sixth in the standings under threat from OM and Rennes (who face each other on Sunday afternoon). Francesco Farioli should not change his plans, however. The young Italian technician is deprived of Melvin Bard, who will be replaced by Romain Perraud, and Terem Moffi could regain his place at the forefront at the expense of the generous Evann Guessand.

The probable composition of Nice: Bulka – Lotomba, Todibo, Dante, Perraud – Sanson, Rosario, Thuram – Laborde, Moffi, Boga.

On which channel to watch Lens-Nice?

Each day of Ligue 1, the Saturday evening poster, scheduled for 9 p.m., is broadcast by Canal+, more precisely on Canal+ Sport 360, a channel available with the basic Canal+ offer (no need to subscribe to the Sport pack) .

How much does Canal+ and Canal+ Sport cost?

Although the majority of Ligue 1 matches are broadcast by Amazon Prime Video, Canal+ still offers the broadcast of two key matches each day of the championship. If you don’t have a Canal+ subscription, but you want to watch a match, here are the packages available from this broadcaster.

The Canal+ offer in summary:

  • The basic Canal+ package includes Canal+, Canal+ Grand Écran, Canal+ Sport 360, Canal+ Séries, Canal+ Docs, and Canal+ Kids;
  • This pack is offered at different prices: €22.99 per month with a two-year commitment, €27.99 per month without commitment, and a reduced rate of €13.99 per month for those under 26;
  • This subscription allows you to watch some matches.

The Canal+ Sport offer in summary:

  • Includes the basic pack plus Canal+ Sport, Canal+ Foot, beIN Sports, Eurosport, and MultiSports;
  • The prices for this offer are €34.99 per month with a two-year commitment, €45.99 per month without commitment, and a preferential rate of €22.99 per month for those under 26.

(affilizz-publication id=”mo6gsx9yc”)

Leave a Comment