After a super start to the season, RC Lens will be looking to capitalize and look to finish in the top six if not the top four. They have slightly faded away as they have just one win in the last four matches. They are coming into this fixture with a hard-fought draw against Angers over the weekend. As a result, they are in fifth place of the French Ligue 1 with 25 points from 15 matches, including seven wins, four draws, and four losses. They have the third-best home record in the league with 15 points from eight home games. In the 15 matches, they have scored 27 goals and have conceded 20 goals. Przemyslaw Frankowski, Weslyey Said, and Arnaud Kalimuendo are the leading goal scorers for Lens with four goals each. Deiver Machado and Wesley Said are out due to injuries ahead of the match against Paris Saint-Germain.
Paris has a six-match unbeaten record in Ligue 1, with five victories and one draw, entering into this encounter. As a result, they lead Ligue 1 with 40 points from 15 games, including 13 victories, one tie, and one defeat. With six victories, one tie, and one loss on the road, they hold the best away record in the league. They have scored 35 goals, the most of any side in the league, and have only surrendered 15 goals. Kylian Mbappe, a French wunderkind, is the team’s leading goal scorer with seven goals. He also has the most assists on the team, with seven. Mauro Icardi and Marco Veratti are both questionable for the game against Lens, while Neymar, Georginio Wijnaldum, Ander Herrera, Alexandre Letellier, and Julian Draxler are all out.