It’s been a perfect season for PSG so far, after winning the title in Ligue1, Coupe de la Ligue, reaching the final of Coupe de France and the later stages of Champions League.
PSG are more convincing in performances since there is no pressure of the results anymore. They are creating more chances and are scoring more goals after winning the title.
They scored an average of 4.66 goals in the last three home games, and most probably we will once again see a very impressive performance. They will be crowned Champions at the end of the game, and it will be a perfect moment if they will once again score 4 times.
Ibrahimovic suffered a light injury in the midweek game against Bordeaux, but it seems there is nothing serious. This may be the last game for Ibrahimovic at PSG, and it should be a memorable performance.
Hosts may welcome back midfielder Matuidi after injury.
Nantes dominated last week against Caen, but players seemed exhausted and couldn’t find any solutions to apply the finishing touch (Caen won 2-1).
For about two months already Nantes have considerably reduced efforts, and won only 4 points in the last 7 rounds. Nantes was actually the first Ligue1 team to enter vacation mode.
They missed a couple of important players last week, two of whom will return to the lineup this round, defender Vizcarrondo and attacking midfielder Bammou.
Nantes don’t stand a chance away at PSG, not the way they performed recently. The only question is how many goals will PSG score, and taken in consideration the circumstances (last game of the season and great form recently), a trashing should be expected. PSG – 1.75 at 2.00
UPDATE: PSG will miss only midfielder Verratti. Nantes will again miss midfielder Bammou, this time due to injury
PSG: Douchez , Sirigu – Aurier, David Luiz, Kurzawa, Marquinhos, Maxwell, Thiago Silva, Van der Wiel- Thiago Motta, Stambouli, Rabiot, Di Maria, Pastore, Matuidi – Lucas, Ibrahimovic, Cavani
Nantes: Dupé, Braat, Dubois, Sabaly, Djidji, Cana, Vizcarrondo, Lenjani, Kwateng, Thomasson, Adryan, Gillet, Gomis, A. Touré, Bedoya, Audel, Sala, Rongier.