Stade de Reims
After a poor outing last season where they finished in the 14th position with 42 points, just two points clear of the relegation zone, they have started off this season quite decently and are currently in the 12th position with three points after three matches. They have been pretty decent on the attacking front as they average 1.33 goals per match and their defense has been a little leaky as well. The midfielder Moreto Cassama has netted two out of the four goals that they have scored. Ilan Kebbal and Marshall Munetsi have scored a goal each. The manager Oscar Garcia will not be on the sidelines as he received a red card in the last match. Along with him, Moussa Doumbia, Kaj Sierhuis, Bradley Locko, Fraser Hornby, Arber Zeneli and Anastasios Donis are also out.
Paris Saint-Germain are sitting pretty at the top of the table with nine points from three matches and are on a quest to regain their silverware. Last season, Paris Saint-Germain finished just one point behind the winners Lille and would definitely want to do better than that. This aim was visible in the transfer window as they got in Sergio Ramos, Lionel Messi, Gini Wijnaldum and Gianluigi Donnarumma for free. They are averaging as many as 3.33 goals per match but have also conceded 1.67 goals per match. Paris Saint-Germain has a longer list of injured players than Reims including Sergio Ramos, Layvin Kurzawa, Mauro Icardi, Pablo Sarabia, Sergio Rico, Alexandre Letellier, Colin Dagba and Juan Bernat. Pochettino might consider getting in Angel Di Maria in place of the injured Mauro Icardi and Mbappe as the lone striker.