Follow the live coverage guide to watch Lyon vs Strasbourg Ligue 1 fixture live stream on tv channel and BT Sport
Lyon vs Strasbourg live stream:
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Where to watch Lyon vs Strasbourg on TV:
- UK: BT Sport 3
- US: beIN SPORTS
Scoreline prediction: Lyon 2-0 Strasbourg
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Lyon vs Strasbourg build-up & previous line-ups:
Since finishing 11th in 1995/96, Lyon have played 25 consecutive Ligue 1 seasons and have never once ended a campaign below seventh place. Across that quarter-century Les Gones famously won seven successive French championships and since their most recent success they’ve finished runner-up on three occasions. Peter Bosz has been tasked with improving on last season’s fourth place finish. Lyon subsequently began with five points accumulated from 12 available. An opening weekend draw against Brest was followed by a humbling 3-0 loss at Angers, the following week saw them snatch a point from the jaws of victory against Clermont before running out narrow 0-1 winns at Nantes prior to the recent international break.
It wasn’t only Lyon that returned to winning ways last time out. Strasbourg also claimed their first win of this campaign subsequently ending a four-game winless streak (two draws and two losses). The club that finished 15th in Ligue 1 last season will be looking to create a piece of history this weekend. On their previous 21 visits to Lyon they’ve returned home without a single win; the hosts claiming 15 victories and six games ending in a stalemate, against no other current top-flight team do they enjoy a better home run against. You have to go back to August 1979 (0-2) for the last time Strasbourg beat them on the road.
- Lyon (vs Nantes): Lopes; Dubois, Diomandé, Da Silva, Emerson; Caqueret, Guimarães; Paquetá, Aouar, Toko Ekambi; Dembélé.
- Strasbourg (vs Stade Brestois): Sels; Fila, Perrin, Djiku, Caci, Liénard; Thomasson, Bellegarde, Prcic; Ajorque, Gameiro.