Paris Saint-Germain will be looking to win the Coupe de France for the sixth time in seven years when they face Monaco in the final on Wednesday at 8:15pm (UK time).
The Parisians are the most successful team in Coupe de France history, winning it 13 times in total, while Monaco are five-time champs.
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Scoreline prediction: Monaco 1-2 PSG
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Monaco vs PSG build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
Monaco will require a lot of good fortune to win Ligue 1 at weekend, but on Wednesday they could secure their first piece of silverware since the 2016/17 title. Les Monégasques have endured a strange few seasons since winning that title, looking close to relegation on occasions, but under Niko Kovac things have been turned around. One of the positives has been Monaco reaching the Coupe de France Final for the first time since 2010 and just the second time this century. They last won the competition in 1991 but have seen off Grenoble, Nice, Metz, Lyon and fourth-tier Rumilly en route to this year’s final.
For PSG, meanwhile, Wednesday represents the chance to win the first of a potential Double. With one game left in the Ligue 1 title race, PSG are a point behind leaders Lille and are very much in with a chance of keeping their French dominance going. In the cup this season they have been practically perfect, beating Caen, Brest, Lille and Angers without conceding before overcoming Montpellier on penalties in last week’s semi-final.
- Monaco (vs Rennes): Lecomte; Sidibe, Maripan, Badiashile, Caio Henrique; Martins, Tchouameni, Fofana, Golovin; Volland, Ben Yedder.
- PSG (vs Reims): Navas; Dagba, Marquinhos, Kehrer, Bakker; Pereira, Herrera; Di Maria, Neymar*, Draxler*; Mbappe.
Monaco remain without Sofiane Diop and Pietro Pellegri, while Stefan Jovetic faces a late fitness test after a calf injury. Neymar is suspended for PSG through suspension after his yellow card in the semi-final win over Montpellier, with Julian Draxler joining him on the sidelines.
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Player to watch: Kylian Mbappe (PSG)
Who loves a subplot in a football match? We do, and the biggest one in the Coupe de France final will be a Kylian Mbappe-shaped roadblock for Monaco in their quest for glory.
So, it isn’t a new subplot, as everyone knows the story of Mbappe’s emergence through the Monaco youth system to be a key part of their Ligue 1-winning side in 2017, but it’s an interesting one. Ever since Mbappe left Monaco for PSG in the summer of 2017, officially on a year-long loan before signing permanently the next summer, the Frenchman appears to have made it his personal goal to hurt his former side.
In eight games against Monaco across all competitions, Mbappe has scored seven times and added a further four assists. This season, he has already scored twice against Monaco, though they did get the last laugh as his two strikes came in a 3-2 win for the principality side. Monaco then kept Mbappe quiet in the most recent game, a 2-0 win for them, and he was booked late on.
Mbappe, and PSG, will be looking for revenge.
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