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UEFA Champions League, 5th. Gameday
Old Trafford, Manchester
Manchester United v Paris Saint-Germain kick-off at 9:00 p.m. CET (8:00 p.m. GMT)
Paris Saint-Germain (six points) have a chance to compete with Group H leaders Manchester United (nine points) when they face the Red Devils at Old Trafford on Wednesday. However, Neymar knows that after disappointing performances, his side need to improve their game in their last three games. Worrying signs
In the last two league games they gave up two goals to lose 3-2 to Monaco and 2-2 to win against Bordeaux. In the 1-0 win on 4. Matchday against Leipzig they scored an Elymar penalty even though they are dominated by the German side, who are tied with them.
Coach Thomas Tuchel was abseilable after his team allowed Bordeaux some of the points with a lukewarm performance at Parc des Princes on Saturday and it seems the dressing room is on the same wavelength as the possibility of stuck in the first The group stage looms in the Qatar era.
« We know how important Wednesday’s game is, » Neymar told Canal after the Bordeaux draw. Knowing that PSG’s fate is out of their hands should they lose at Old Trafford. « We have to improve certain details, play more as a team and organize ourselves better, otherwise it will be very difficult. « . « »
However, PSG could also qualify for the round of 16 if they can beat Manchester by two or more goals or at least three goals and RB Leipzig is needed to tie against Basaksehir.
Tuchel is still struggling with a number of injuries (Pablo Sarabia, Julian Draxler, Mauro Icardi) in the squad. He has to make some changes but should opt for a 4-3-3 with Angel Di Maria on the right. Kylian Mbappé replaces Moise Kean in the middle and Neymar on the left. Danilo Pereira would start in his preferred midfield role, letting captain Marquinhos defend alongside Presnel Kimpembe.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side, unbeaten in six games and in all competitions in the EPL, are in strong shape, especially with PSG legend and all-time top scorer Edinson Cavani, who won the 3-2 3-2 win in the EPL versus Southampton this weekend. Likely teams
Manchester United: Henderson; Wan-Bissaka, Lindelöf, Maguire, Telles; Fred, McTominay, Van de Beek; Fernandes (c); Cavani, Rashford Paris Saint-Germain: Navas; Florenzi, Marquinhos (c), Kimpembe, Kurzawa; Paredes, Pereira, Verratti; Di Maria, Mbappé, Neymar
Krasnodar Stadium, Krasnodar
FK Krasnodar – Stade Rennais FC – Kick-off at 18:55 CET (17:55 GMT)
In the meantime, everything is all or nothing for Rennes as they look for a first Champions League win – away to Krasnodar – to secure third place in the group and the associated final 16 spots in the Europa League.
Rennes, without a win in all competitions since the end of October, has made it tough and a tough challenge without main striker Serhou Guirassy (ankle, two months off), key stopper Nayef Aguerd and talented winger Martin Terrier (both COVID).
Nevertheless, coach Julien Stéphan remains cautious.
« In the first game against Krasnodar [1-1 in Rennes on Matchday 1] we had a lot of chances to win, but we just couldn’t find the second goal that would have changed everything, » he said. « Almost all teams from all leagues playing in Europe are currently having problems, including the big clubs. « Likely teams
FK Krasnodar: Gordon; Smolnikov, Martinovitch (c), Kaio, Ramirez; Gazinski, Olsson; Souleimanov, Cabella, Claesson; BergStade Rennais FC: Gomis Stock Image Traoré, Da Silva (c), Nyamsi, Truffert; Bourigeaud, Nzonzi, Léa-Siliki; Documentary, Hunou, Del Castillo
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