PSG – Nice. Without Neymar and Ramos, the probable compositions. Sport

Three days after his success on the lawn of Geoffroy-Guichard against Saint-Etienne (1-3), PSG receives OGC Nice on Wednesday evening at Parc des Princes. A duel against a contender for the Champions League that makes your mouth water. For this poster, Mauricio Pochettino, the Parisian coach will have to deal with several absences of weight.

Ramos back, Verratti back

First of all, Neymar is obviously not available since he seriously injured his ankle on Sunday against Saint-Etienne. The Brazilian will be absent between 6 and 8 weeks in the fields and hope to be back for the knockout stages of the Champions League. The capital club also decided to leave Juan Bernat to rest, who has only played five matches, including four as a starter, since his return, in October. But also Sergio Ramos who also came back from a long unavailability, which for his first apparition under the jersey Parisian, played the entire match at Saint-Étienne.

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That’s not all since PSG will be deprived of four other players: Julian Draxler (care), Leandro Paredes (gastroenteritis), Georginio Wijnaldum (knee) and Layvin Kurzawa (choice of coach) are also lacking.

On the other hand, Marco Verratti, absent Sunday in Saint-Étienne due to an injury to the quadriceps, is indeed part of the group selected for the match against the Aiglons. Just like Lionel Messi, Monday winner of the Ballon d’Or for the seventh time, yet absent from training on Monday. Mauro Icardi will be back after muscle discomfort. Mauricio will therefore have to be creative but he still has a very qualitative eleven on paper.

Probable compositions

PSG: Donnarumma – Hakimi, Marquinhos, Kimpembe, Kehrer, Nuno Mendes – Gueye, Paredes – Di Maria, Messi, Mbappé

Nice : Benitez – Atal (or Lotomba), Todibo, Dante (cap.), Bard – Stengs (or Boudaoui), Lemina (or K. Thuram), Schneiderlin, Kluivert (or H. Kamara) – Delort, Gouiri

Referee: Clément Turpin

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