Things are complicated for Gazelec Ajaccio, who may survive in Ligue1 only because Reims also have a tough schedule ahead.
Ajaccio have conceded a total of 8 goals in the last 3 rounds, and it’s no wonder they have relegation woes.
Offensively they are doing fine, especially since veteran Pujol returned from injury. Pujol is in excellent form, and managed to score in the last three games.
Chances for Ajaccio to win any points in-front of PSG are really low, especially taking in consideration how they performed lately. Still, hosts will surely believe in their chance until the final whistle, and won’t stop trying to create problems for opponents.
Hosts may welcome back important attacking midfielder Larbi after injury.
The game against Rennes last week was just another training session for PSG (won 4-0).
They don’t have any motivation for the rest of the season (except for Coupe de France final), but now PSG seem more inventive and dangerous upfront. They scored a total of 16 goals in the last 4 rounds, which is really an impressive number, not only for Ligue1, but for every major tournament in Europe.
Guests will welcome back midfielder Rabiot after suspension.
Trying only to defend against PSG is not a good strategy, especially for a team threatened by relegation and with a loose defense. Most probably Gazelec Ajaccio will make their usual courageous home game, and it won’t be difficult for PSG to find the net, a couple of times. over 3 goals at 2.02
UPDATE: PSG will be without midfielders Matuidi, verratti and Pastore
Gazelec Ajaccio: not communicated yet
PSG: Trapp, Sirigu – Aurier, David Luiz, Kimpembe, Kurzawa, Marquinhos, Maxwell, Thiago Silva, Georgen – Thiago Motta, Stambouli, Di Maria, Nkunku, Rabiot – Lucas, Ibrahimovic, Cavani, Augustin