Paris Saint-Germain will be hoping to keep their Ligue 1 title hopes alive when they travel to Strasbourg on Saturday at 4pm (UK time).
Mauricio Pochettino’s men are three points behind league leaders Lille with seven games left to play, while Strasbourg will have one eye over their shoulders.
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Where to watch Strasbourg vs PSG on TV:
- UK: BT Sport 3
- US: beIN Sports
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Scoreline prediction: Strasbourg 1-2 PSG
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Strasbourg vs PSG build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
For Strasbourg, the final stretch of the Ligue 1 season will be about securing their spot in next season’s competition. Thierry Laurey’s side are currently 13th but sit just seven points clear of 18th-placed Nimes, a gap than still be covered if Strasbourg endure a poor run of form. Strasbourg have won just three of their past 11 league games, losing four and drawing four but in the past five games they have beat Monaco and drawn with Lille.
PSG will undoubtedly enter this game with Bayern Munich on their mind, knowing they are halfway to the Champions League semi-final thanks to their 3-2 first-leg win in midweek. But the desire will also be there for PSG to retain the Ligue 1 title and keep their domination of France going. Pochettino’s men dropped down to second last weekend with a 1-0 defeat to Lille, a high-tempered affair that went some way to reminding PSG they are not the only team in the Ligue 1 title race. However, they did bounce back with that impressive win over Bayern in midweek.
- Strasbourg (vs Bordeaux): Sels; Guilbert, Kone, Mitrovic, Caci; Liendard, Aholou, Sissoko; Thomasson; Ajorque, Diallo.
- PSG (vs Bayern Munich): Navas; Dagba, Marquinhos*, Kimpembe, Diallo; Gueye, Danilo; Di Maria, Neymar*, Draxler; Mbappe.
Strasbourg have no fresh injury concerns with RB Leipzig-bound Mohamed Simakan the only absentee. PSG, however, were hit by the injury of Marquinhos after his goal against Bayern in midweek. The extent of Marquinhos’ injury remains to be seen but he is likely to miss this weekend’s clash even if fit. Neymar is suspended after his red card against Lille.
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Players to watch:
- Strasbourg: If Strasbourg are to add PSG to their recent list of scalps in Ligue 1, they’ll be hoping Ludovic Ajorque can continue his good season. The 27-year-old French forward has scored 12 goals in Ligue 1 this season, his personal best for the a single top flight campaign, beating his previous high of nine in 2018/19. Ajorque is also the first Strasbourg player to score 12 goals in a single top-flight campaign since Mickael Pagis managed 15 in 2004/05. With seven games left to play, Ajorque will still have Pagis’ record in sight.
- PSG: With Neymar suspended, PSG will be even more reliant on the attacking exploits of Kylian Mbappe to drag them over the line. Even if PSG do rotate for the Bayern game, you can assume Mbappe will play his part perhaps alongside Moise Kean. As shown by his two goals in Germany in midweek, Mbappe has been an excellent away player this season, scoring 12 goals on the road in Ligue 1 alone. Adding in his three assists, no player has been directly involved in more away goals than Mbappe in Ligue 1 this season, while he is currently on a streak of scoring in three consecutive away league matches.
Ligue 1 2020/21 recent form:
- Strasbourg: WLLWD
- PSG: LWLWW
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