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Ligue 1: PSG without Mbappé or Dembélé, Lyon with Lacazette and Cherki

Back to business as usual for PSG.

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Ligue 1: PSG without Mbappé or Dembélé, Lyon with Lacazette and Cherki

Back to business as usual for PSG. Five days after its 4-1 victory at Barcelona in the Champions League, the capital club is back in the league, against Lyon, this Sunday (9 p.m., live commentary), for the 30th day. A clash between the leader in the standings, Paris, and the team in good form at the moment, OL, which went from the bottom position at the start of the year to seventh place before this 30th round. Seventh place that Les Gones would regain in the event of victory at the Parc des Princes. Note that Luis Enrique's players cannot be crowned this Sunday. After the victory of Monaco - who have played 29 matches - in Brest (0-2), they currently have a lead of eight points (28 matches played).

Still, the Parisian coach is fielding a competitive but... largely reworked eleven for this “preview” of the Coupe de France final on May 25, with notably the absences of Lucas Hernandez (suspended) and Nuno Mendes ( household). Danilo Pereira and Lucas Beraldo will start in defense, with Marco Asensio in the middle and an attacking trio made up of Randal Kolo Muani, Gonçalo Ramos and former Lyon player Bradley Barcola. You will have understood, the man named Kylian Mbappé will start on the bench. Man of the match in Barcelona, ​​Ousmane Dembélé too.

On the Lyon side, four changes compared to the 11 which started against Brest (4-3) the previous day. We will first point out that it is Henrique who compensates for the absence of Nicolas Tagliafico, suspended, while Rayan Cherki and Ernest Nuamah are invited into the 11 in place of Corentin Tolisso and Malick Fofana. Duje Caleta-Car also regains his place in central hinge at the expense of Clinton Mata. Released at the very end of the match last week, after a clash with Marco Bizot, Alexandre Lacazette starts at the forefront of the attack for John Textor's club, which has won 11 of its last 13 matches in all competitions.

The 11 of PSG: Donnarumma – Hakimi, Marquinhos, Danilo, Beraldo – Vitinha, Zaïre-Emery, Asensio – Kolo Muani, Ramos, Barcola.

The 11 of the OL: Lopes - Maitland-Niles, O'Brien, Caleta-Car, Henrique - Matic, Caqueret, Cherki - Nuamah, Lacazette, Benrahma.

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