StarTimes Nigeria is set to thrill subscribers with scintillating live matches of Ligue 1 league at Monacoâ€™s Stade Louis II stadium on Sunday by 8pm on StarTimes World Football (Channel 254 and 245).
The league leaders Paris Saint-Germain with 35 points from 13 games will be traveling down to Stade Louis II stadium to play second place, Monaco, who have gathered 29 points from 13 games.
PSG lost the French league title by eight points to Monaco last season but the tables have been turned this season, as Monaco now lags behind with six points difference. PSG is very much in the dominance; Monacoâ€™s season threatens to unravel after early elimination from the Champions League and a tough start to its title defence.
In the league, PSG has netted 43 goals in 13 games and it is on course for 126 goals tally which would crush Monacoâ€™s formidable tally of 107 from last season. A win at Monacoâ€™s Stade Louis II stadium on Sunday night will move league leader PSG nine points clear of second-place Monaco. This will place PSG in prime position to reclaim the title it won four seasons in a row before Monaco ended the run last season.
The Parisian club will unleash its three fearsome attack of Mbappe, Neymar, and Cavani (MNC) on Monaco that is far too dependend on top scorer Radamel Falcao.
Edinson Cavani is now arguably the most lethal striker in Europe and took his tally to 21 in 18 games after netting twice against Celtic.
According to the Brands and Marketing Director, StarTimes, Mr. Qasim Elegbede, â€œThe live telecast of these matches reflect the firm’s commitment to provide the best sporting action to its subscribers at a very affordable cost. Football lovers can enjoy the thrills and action of these games such as the Serie A, Bundesliga, French Ligue 1 and Chinese Super League. The matches can also be viewed on StarTimes Mobile App on all smart devises, he added.