After losing both their opening games, Thomas Tuchel’s side won the next eight on the trot, but have lost steam once again, winning only twice from their last six encounters.
Despite their inconsistent form, PSG may feel confident after seeing Strasbourg mired in struggles of their own, languishing 17th in the table and just two points above the relegation zone.
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The biggest miss for PSG will be star forward Neymar, who picked up an ankle injury last week, and won’t return before January.
Pablo Sarabia is out with a hamstring injury, while Juan Bernat is the only long-term absentee. The left-back is still recovering from the ligament rupture he sustained in September.
Centre-back Presnel Kimpembe is on four yellow cards and risks suspension from the trip to St-Etienne in the next game if he’s booked again this week.