The Parc des Princes side will hope they can take another step forward towards the league title to quiet the displeasure of their fans
Paris Saint-Germain will hope they can weather another storm of their own making when they make the trip to face Monaco at Stade Louis II in Ligue 1 on Sunday.
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A dramatic Champions League exit has sparked scenes of chaos amid the Parc des Princes outfit, with star players roundly booed and confronted by supporters – but they’ll hope they can take another step forward towards the league title to quiet their displeasure.
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Knocked out of the Europa League by Braga last time out, it has been a trying season for Monaco this term, with Philippe Clement’s side unable to capture the form that pushed them to third last term.
They need a win to boost their own European prospects – and against a visiting side that always seems to be in doubt of its own potential, they may fancy their chances.
Predicted Monaco starting XI: Nubel; Aguilar, Disasi, Maripan, Henrique; Martins, Fofana, Tchouameni, Golovin; Ben Yedder, Volland.
Last weekend’s win over Bordeaux arguably delivered a superstar nadir for Mauricio Pochettino’s men, with Neymar and Lionel Messi roundly booed and wantaway striker Kylian Mbappe warmly feted.
With the club embroiled still in fan discourse almost as haphazard as their ability to perform, the league leaders nevertheless have the individual talents to haul them through.
Predicted PSG starting XI: Navas; Hakimi, Marquinhos, Kimpembe, Mendes; Paredes, Pereira, Verratti; Messi, Mbappe, Neymar.
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