PSG will play at the Stade Velodrome for the second time this month game on Sunday when they will be traveling to Marseille to face OM in the return Classique at 20:45 on the night for the 25th game of the Ligue 1 campaign.
The team keeps recovering players from injuries but at the same time, other performers are still suffering from nagging health problems they are carrying from the World Cup and might be fit enough to start. The stakes are huge, though, so expect a risky XI choice.
Christophe Galtier will have to prove he can manage a team that is inching closer to entirely turning against him. He might have already lost the confidence of the sporting director of the club and, most importantly, of the president of PSG. The seat is heating up!
Here we take a look at how PSG could line up for the game against Olympique Marseille on Sunday as part of the 25th match day of the Ligue 1 season.
Goalkeeper: Gianluigi Donnarumma
Gigio turned 24 years old on Saturday, which at the same time is 1) great because he's still super young and 2) bizarre because he's been around for the last 35 years at the very least. Donnarumma is the no. 1 goalie in Paris for the remainder of the season (nearly literally after Keylor Navas' exit) so there aren't many alternatives here, let alone better than the Italy international.