Lens vs Monaco: TV channels, live streams, team news & previews

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That League 1 season ends this week. Lens and Monaco will meet on Saturday in a match where a lot is at stake, as there is still room for a lot of movement at the top of the table.

Watch Lens vs Monaco on fuboTV (free try)

The last meeting these teams met was a 2-0 win for Lens in August, with Ignatius Ganago and Simon Banza each scoring in games that saw both sides red cards.

Before the match, TARGET has details on how to watch on TV, online streaming, team news and more.

TV channels, live streams & how to watch

In the United States (US), Ligue 1 matches can be watched live and on demand with fuboTV (free trial).

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News & team rosters

Lens still have a chance to finish in the top five and progress to the UEFA fixture, but the team will have to beat Monaco to have any hope of doing so. Due to the vast difference in goal difference, the team also needed a defeat at Strasbourg, as a draw meant Lens would have to beat Monaco by too many goals to make it realistic.

Lens have been in good form of late, winning three of their last five games. That included a 3-1 win over Troyes on the most recent matchday, with Kevin Danso, Arnaud Kalimuendo and Jonathan Clauss all scoring, which allowed the team to overcome an early 1-0 deficit.

Lens Prediction from XI: Medina, Danso, Gradit, Frankowski, Fofana, Doucouré, Clauss, Costa, Sotoca, Kaimuendo; farinez

Monaco currently sit second in the league table, which will qualify directly for the UEFA Champions League group stage. But the team could fall as low as fourth with a loss, depending on how Marseille and Rennes do. That could knock him all the way to the Europa League.

In the team’s last game, Wissam Ben Yedder scored three goals, one before half-time and the other two right after half-time, to beat Brest 4-2. Kevin Volland also added a goal.

Monaco have now won nine games in a row, turning around a slightly disappointing season.

Monaco starting XI predictions: Aguilar, Disasi, Badiashile, Henrique, Fofana, Tchouaméni, Vanderson, Volland, Golovin, Ben Yedder; Nubel

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