The warming of the Parisians in pictures
Start of this Classic in less than 20 minutes at the Parc des Princes!
A perfectly balanced record in Ligue 1
The other challenge of this meeting for the two teams will be to take the lead in the head-to-head record in the league. In 84 Ligue 1 games, PSG and OM have won 32 times each, separating by 20 draws.
The Marseilles whistled
In spite of the Strike of cheers from Parisian supportersThe entrance of the Olympic athletes to the field for warm-up was accompanied by whistles coming from the stands.
Start of heating
The goalkeepers of both teams appeared on the pitch of the Parc des Princes to start warming up 40 minutes after kick-off. Soon the field players will follow.
Paula is here
PSG legend Pedro Miguel Pauleta traveled to the Parque de los Príncipes to attend the Clásico. The former Portuguese striker played 211 games for the Parisian club between 2003 and 2011, scoring 109 goals.
The eleven of the OM, López preferred Mandanda
After playing the last three OM games, Mandanda gives way to López in goal. Sampaoli decides to field Payet in the number 9 spot and therefore leaves Dieng and Bakambu on the bench, while Milik is absent.
The composition of l’OM: Lopez – Rongier, Saliba, Caleta Car, Peres – Gerson, Kamara, Guendouzi, Gueye – Ünder, Payet
substitutes: Mandanda, Kolasinac, Lirola, Harit, Targhalline, Henrique, Dieng, Bakambu, Ben Seghir
The composition of PSG with Mbappé, Neymar and Messi
No big surprises in the eleven lined up by Pochettino. Back from injury, Navas and Di Maria are only substitutes unlike Kimpembe. Messi, Mbappé and Neymar team up again in attack.
The composition of PSG: Donnarumma – Hakimi, Marquinhos, Kimpembe, Nuno Mendes – Danilo, Verratti, Gueye – Messi, Mbappé, Neymar
substitutes: Navas, Ramos, Bernat, Kehrer, Wijnaldum, Dina Ebimbe, Simons, Icardi, Di Maria
The Parc des Princes prepares
There is only one hour left until the Clásico begins!
The CUP arrives quietly
The Collectif Ultras Paris arrived at the Parc des Princes quietly, without songs or smoke.
Parisians arrive at the Parc des Princes
1h15 before the start of the Clásico. The compositions of the two teams will soon fall.
Good environment in front of the park
If the CUP plans a mood strike this afternoon, the atmosphere is currently friendly around the Parc des Princes, with songs being heard. The Parisian fans begin to enter the stadium. There are still plenty of them outside, in the bar just in front of Porte Auteuil.
What is Sampaoli preparing?
The Marseille coach’s tactics will once again be the subject of intense scrutiny, when he managed to choke reigning runner-up France in a first leg match in which PSG had been outnumbered for half an hour (0-0).
Despite a title that seems promised to PSG, this Clasico will not be without its challenges. This will be an opportunity for the Parisian public to express their anger and attend the last big poster of the season. The sporting rivalry between the two teams also seems intact, while OM are yet to secure their place as runners-up.
Without Milik, with Marquinhos
OM’s Polish striker is still recovering from his injury contracted in the national team and will eventually miss the Clásico, along with Balerdi, De la Fuente and Álvaro. On the Parisian side, Mauricio Pochettino can count on the return of Marquinhos, Di María and Navas although he still does not have Diallo, Kurzawa, Herrera, Paredes and Dagba.
good night all
Welcome to RMC Sport to follow the Clasico between PSG and OM live at the end of matchday 32 of Ligue 1. The kick-off for this clash between the top two in the championship will be given at 8:45 p.m. princes