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Everywhere else across the world is fine to watch Monaco vs Lyon – including the United Kingdom & Ireland. NOTE: Please be aware that you will need an active Bet365 account to watch Monaco vs Lyon live streaming. Bet365 are showing every single Ligue 1 & Ligue 2 match for the 2018/2019 season, on the same geos as instructed above.The Ligue 1 curtain raiser this season pits against each other two sides with a remarkably even record in French football. Their 69 meetings in all competitions have seen 26 wins apiece and 17 draws.

Monaco finished last season in 17th place, 2 points ahead of 18th placed Dijon, in the relegation play-off zone. Their opponents on Friday, Lyon, finished the season in 3rd place, 3 points behind runners-up, Lille. As a result, this earned them qualification into the UEFA Champions League qualifiers.

This Friday’s match will mark Sylvinho debut in management following his appointment by Lyon in July. He replaces Bruno Génésio, who departed in the summer to take charge of Beijing Guoan in the Chinese Super League.Liverpool will hope to put their pre-season struggles behind them on Wednesday when they take on Ligue 1 side Lyon at the Stade de Geneve in Geneva, Switzerland.

The European champions have not managed a win in their last four games, and Wednesday’s fixture is their final friendly before the Community Shield clash with Manchester City on Sunday.

Lyon head into game fresh from a 2-1 pre-season friendly win over Arsenal in the Emirates Cup thanks to two goals from Moussa Dembele.Liverpool have named a 29-man squad ahead of the game against Lyon and have been boosted by the return of several key players.

Brazilian duo Alisson and Roberto Firmino are back in the fold after helping the Selecao win the 2019 Copa America. Talisman Mohamed Salah is also involved after his exploits at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, while Naby Keita and Xherdan Shaqiri are back from injury:Full-back Andy Robertson said the Reds need to improve after the defeat to Napoli on Sunday, per James Ayles for MailOnline:

“It wasn’t good enough. We were miles off it. We were outplayed. At times we looked foolish by not pressing as a team. And we need to look at it and improve as our season starts in a week and it doesn’t get any harder than Man City. We need to be a hell of a lot better than this.”

Lyon will provide quality opposition despite losing key players such as Tanguy Ndombele and Nabil Fekir over the summer.

The Ligue 1 side have a squad packed full of quality, and talented attackers Memphis Depay, Bertrand Traore and Dembele are all capable of causing Liverpool problems:After a lengthy summer full of transfer rumours, club football is right around the corner, and teams across Europe are gearing up for action.

The Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A and Ligue 1 don’t all kick off at the same time, but don’t worry about that, because we’ve got you covered.

Here’s when all the action from the top five leagues kicks off and how you can watch it.
The wait for the ​Premier League season is nearly over. Fans of English football will be able to sit back and watch the action on Friday 9 August, when ​Liverpool take on newly promoted ​Norwich City at Anfield.

There will then be a full round of fixtures over the weekend as every team begins their new season.​La Liga action is right around the corner, but will begin on the later date of Friday 16 August. The first game of the season will see defending champions ​Barcelona travel to San Mames Stadium to face Athletic Club. Like the Premier League, there will be a full round of fixtures over the following weekend, and even two games on Monday 19 August.