Here is the latest on the form and team news for both teams:
Monaco Form and Team News
Monaco occupy the 8th position on the log, six points behind Strasbourg, who occupy the final European place. Phillippe Clement’s men have been inconsistent this season, once again failing to find the heights that helped them to the Ligue 1 trophy some seasons ago.
In their last 5 league matches, they have managed 2 losses, 2 draws, and 1 win while recording 4 losses, 4 wins, and 2 draws in their last 10 games in all competitions. With 11 wins, 8 draws, and 9 losses in 28 games, they have scored 40 goals and conceded 30. Wissam Ben-Yedder remains the brightest spot in their league campaign with 15 goals and 4 assists.
For injuries and suspensions, Krèpin Diatta and Jean Marcelin remain on the sidelines for Monaco.
PSG Form and Team News
Paris Saint Germain exited the Champions League in the knockout stages, even after a busy summer. Marquee signings like Lionel Messi, Sergio Ramos, Donnaruma, and a host of others failed to inspire the Parisiens to glory. They were roundly booed by supporters in their last league outing, even though they won by 3 goals to nil.
They sit atop the Ligue 1 table, 15 points above Marseille, in second place. With 20 wins, 5 draws, and 3 losses in 28 games, PSG are well on their way to another league title. With 3 wins and 2 losses in their last 5 games, they are experiencing something close to a dip in form, although they have enough quality to get past any team in Ligue 1.
For their team news, PSG do not have any injuries or suspensions at the moment and will go to Monaco with their full squad available.