Monaco vs Lille Live Stream: Watch Ligue 1 Online, 14 May 2017

Monaco vs Lille

Monaco takes on Lille in the week 37 of the French professional football league Ligue 1 today. The game tips off at 3:00 PM EST in Stade Louis II and can be watched online live on FuboTV.

How to watch Monaco vs Lille Online:

Date and Time: May 14th, 2017 3:00 PM EST

Venue: Stade Louis II

TV: beIN SPORTS 9 (US)

Online Stream: FuboTV (US) – (Subscription required click here to start your free fuboTV trial and watch this event live, you can cancel at any time.)

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Monaco Team News

Dominating the league with 86 points, winning 27 games team Monaco seems unstoppable.

Head coach Leonardo Jardim has named 19 players in his squad for Sunday’s  game:

GOALKEEPERS: SUBASIC Danijel and DE SANCTIS Morgan

DEFENDERS:  JORGE, MENDY Benjamin, DIALLO Abdou, GLIK Kamil, JEMERSON, RAGGI Andrea, SIDIBÉ Djibril, and TOURÉ Almamy

MIDFIELDERS: FABINHO, LEMAR Thomas, BAKAYOKO Tiemoué, MOUTINHO João, and SILVA Bernardo

FORWARDS:  GERMAIN Valère, CARRILLO Guido, FALCAO Radamel, and MBAPPÉ Kylian

Lilie Team News

Lilie sits 11th in the league table with 43 points which saw 12 wins.

Defender Franck Beria is out due to a lower-back injury. Also,  goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama and forward Yassine Benzia are sidelined due to injuries.

 

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