- Djibril Sidibé and Thomas Lemar remain doubts through injury, and look to be joined by Stevan Jovetic.
- Almamy Touré seems to have lost the trust of Leonardo Jardim this season, but could be given a chance here.
- If Jardim opts to match PSG’s 4-3-3 system with his own, Rachid Ghezzal should be preferred to Rony Lopes owing to his success in that system at Lyon.
- Yuri Berchiche and Thomas Meunier should come back into defence, per Unai Emery’s habit of rotating his full-backs.
- Javier Pastore could start in central midfield, with Julian Draxler also an option.
- Kylian Mbappé didn’t make an appearance in the win over Nantes, but should start here after scoring in midweek.
Monaco have won 15 of their last 16 home matches (Ligue 1).
PSG have won 11 of their last 13 matches (Ligue 1).
PSG have scored at least 2 goals in 13 of their last 15 away matches (Ligue 1).
There have been over 2.5 goals scored in PSG‘s last 6 games (Ligue 1).
Monaco have been winning at both half time and full time in 6 of their last 8 home matches (Ligue 1).
PSG have been winning at both half time and full time in their last 3 matches (Ligue 1).
Monaco have seen over 2.5 goals in their last 4 home matches against PSG in all competitions.
PSG have won their last 3 matches against Monaco in all competitions.
PSG have scored at least 2 goals in their last 3 matches against Monaco in all competitions.
- A hotly anticipated match a month ago, Monaco’s recent stumbles have taken some of the lustre off of this encounter. Injuries have played their part, but the defence has also looked suspect at times, with Jemerson’s own goal against RB Leipzig punctuating a downturn in form from the Brazilian.
- Paris Saint-Germain continue to cruise after demolishing Celtic 7-1 in midweek, but could suffer from fatigue given their lack of options in midfield.