It is a Parisian group with no real surprises that will challenge Olympique de Marseille this Sunday evening (8:45 p.m.) at the end of the 6th day of Ligue 1. As expected, Lucas Hernandez, who was injured during the last match against Borussia Dortmund, is indeed fit to play the first Clasico of his career.
The few absent from this evening are Presnel Kimpembe, Nuno Mendes, injured for a long time, Marco Asensio, injured in the foot, and Kang-In Lee, summoned with South Korea to participate in the Asian Games. It should also be noted that Hugo Ekitike was not called by his coach, as was the case against Olympique Lyonnais and OGC Nice.
As for Olympique de Marseille, the bad news of the morning came from Geoffrey Kondogbia. Announced uncertain in recent hours after missing the training session on Saturday, the midfielder is indeed out of the match due to adductor discomfort. Absent during the last two meetings of his team, Ismaïla Sarr is also absent from the group called by coach Jacques Abardonado who can count on a good part of his strength.
The probable compositions:
PSG: 99. Donnarumma – 2. Hakimi, 5. Marquinhos (cap), 37. Skriniar, 21. Lucas Hernandez – 33. Zaire-Emery, 4. Ugarte, 17. Vitinha – 10. Dembele, or 9. Branches), 7. Bappe
OM: 16. Lopez – 7. Clauss, 99. Mbemba, 4. Gigot, 12. Renan Lodi – 21. Rongier (cap.), 27. Veretout – 29. Ndiaye, 8. Ounahi, 11. Harit – 10. Aubameyang . . . .