PSG Feminine: End of season schedule

Ashley Lawrence, PSG feminine
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Multiple Paris Saint-Germain Feminine players have completed their international duty with their nations and now will return to their club to put all of their focus and concentrate on the end of the season.

The team has already been eliminated from this year's UEFA Women's Champions League after losing out to Wolfsburg in the quarter-finals a few days ago. However, the players from PSG Feminine still have a French cup and first-division title ahead of them and up for grabs if they can complete the job.

There aren't many games left for the Paris side's schedule, but each of those will hold the same amount of importance if PSG want to claim their second-ever first-division title and their fourth French Cup.

PSG Feminine: Schedule for the final games of the 2022-23 Season

Guingamp vs PSG - Away, Apr. 16th (First division)

PSG vs Paris FC - Home, May. 7th ( First division)

Lyon vs PSG - Neutral , May. 13th ( French cup final)

Soyaux- Charente vs PSG - Away, May. 27th (First division)

The remaining games will be played without Kadidiatou Diani (if she can't return in time for the final match), who right now is Paris' top scorer this season.

Even missing some players, we have to still expect the team to achieve both honors (or at least one) without their star strikers, as both Diani and Marie Antoinette-Katoto are banged up. If they can't return, though, the achievement would be quite impressive than it would be with them available.

Grace Geyoro will hope to continue the form she is on, as she had an impactful time with her country, France. She scored two goals and provided one assist during her two games through the last break.

Geyoro has always been an asset to PSG, but now, she'll be one of the most important players in head coach Gerard Precheur's plans for the remainder of the season.

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It is safe to say the end of the season will be something to watch.