Is there likely to be a Real Madrid and PSG clash this season?

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Real Madrid and PSG have been meeting for the past two consecutive seasons but this time around found each other in separate groups of the UEFA Champions League.

But looking at the position of both teams at the moment, this meeting might not be possible. PSG is currently second in Group H of the Champions League after defeating Manchester United 3-1 at Old Trafford on Wednesday – revenge for their 2-1 loss at home om day 1 one the group game.

There is a likelyhood that they might not qualify for the next round if they fail to win their last game as they are level with the Red Devils and Leipzig on 9 points.

Neymar celebrates goal against Manchester United as PSG won 3-1 at Old Trafford

Madrid on the other hand is third in Group B. All Madrid must ensure is a win against Monchengladbach in their last game to get 10 points that will help them scale to the next round of the tournament and top the group.

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Should in case both teams win their game, PSG might likely top the group and qualify as well. So, finishing in first or second place in their respective groups could bring about another meeting between both clubs.

Real Madrid v PSG live

I know you will be wondering when the game will hold. This could be said to be a projection of their likely meeting.

Madrid currently occupies the Di Alfred Di Stefano Stadium as the renovation work continues at the Bernebeu. So, there meeting could hold here while PSG will welcome Madrid at Le Parc des Princes.

How to watch Real Madrid v PSG

The last clash between Real Madrid and PSG  met was a UEFA Champions League 2019-20 Group A fixture which was played at the Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid on Tuesday 26 November 2019.

The game kicked off at 21:00 CET, which is 12:00 in LA, 14:00 in Dallas and 15:00 in New York.

Who won PSG vs Real Madrid

The last game ended in a 2-2 draw. Madrid was on the verge of a 2-0 win before Paris Saint-Germain served up late drama to a draw and top spot the group.

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The two lates strikes were from Kylian Mbappe and Pablo Sarabia.

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