Paris Saint-Germain and OGC Nice They will meet on Friday in Ligue 1 with unbeaten records since the start of the season in France. Luis Enrique’s beaten men Olympique Lyonnais 4-1 just before the international break in September, while Francesco Farioli’s team achieved their first victory under the Italian by beating RC Strasbourg Alsace 2-0. Kylian Mbappé scored twice at the Groupama Stadium and the French superstar was rested for Les Bleus’ 2-1 friendly defeat to Germany in midweek ahead of an extremely busy period before another international break. Marco Verratti completed his move away from the Parc des Princes this week, so an emotional tribute to the Italian international is expected before getting down to work with Nice, a good test for PSG ahead of Borussia Dortmund in the UEFA Champions League and the Olympique de Marseille in The Classic.
“Nice has a young but experienced coach, a team that plays well with and without the ball,” Nice’s Luis Enrique said on Thursday. “It’s going to be a complicated game, but we are at home and we have the support of our fans to be able to achieve victory, the three points are our goal. We want to impose our style of play.” , but our opponents will want to do it too. It will be up to us to make sure we keep the ball. We only think about the Nice match.
“We don’t think about future games. We recovered the players little by little after the break and we have been preparing for the game against Nice. Since I have been a coach I know that weeks of three games are important moments. We are used to this type of situations. Our squad has two or three players in each position, so it is very important to be able to rotate players if we want to achieve our objectives throughout what will be a long season. A balanced team, in all areas of the game, with top-level players.”
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How to watch and odds
- Date: Friday, September 15 | Time: 3 pm Eastern Time
- Location: Parc des Princes – Paris, France
- TELEVISION: beIN Sports | Live broadcast: fubo (Try it for free)
- Odd: PSG-225; Draw: +360; Nice +550
PSG: Mbappe missed France’s loss to Germany but should be fit to play here after training. MarquinhosManuel Ugarte and Keylor Navas They were relatively slow in returning to Paris for what has been a brief recovery period from the game. Lee Kang In, Presnel KimpembeNuño Mendes and Nordi Mukiele They have been working to get back into shape. Marco Asensio He is out until the end of the month after suffering an injury with Spain, while his compatriot Fabián Ruiz also suffers a thigh problem. Randal Kolo Muani could make his debut if Luis Enrique considers him ready, although it is perhaps more likely that Gonçalo Ramos will start up front.
“He felt some discomfort, so tomorrow we will discuss whether he will be able to play against Nice, but I think he will be ready,” Luis Emrique said about Mbappé’s condition. “We will have Marco (Verratti) present in tomorrow’s game, so it will be an opportunity to pay tribute to him, he is a player who has left his mark on the history of the club. We will be able to say goodbye to him. As he deserves, he will be a great moment for him and his family.
Potential PSG XI: Donnarumma; Hakimi, Pereira, Skriniar, Hernández; Zaire-Emery, Ruiz, Vitinha; Dembélé, Ramos, Barcola.
Nice: Melvin Bardo He is injured by the time summer arrives. Romain Perraud could come in while Khephren Thuram is a doubt and Alexis Claude Mauricio as well as Antonio Mendy they are likely to miss it.
Nice XI Potential: Bulka; Atal, Todibo, Dante, Perraud; Boudaoui, Ndayishimiye, Sanson; Laborde, Moffi, Diop.
PSG should be strong enough on paper to win this, but Nice have been tough to beat. This one is expected to be tough, but for the champions to do enough in a tune-up before a big week against Dortmund and then Marseille. Choose: PSG 2, Nice 1.
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