As expected, PSG recorded this Friday the returns of Marco Verratti and Abdou Diallo, now negative for Covid-19 after a week of isolation. The two men do not present any after-effects after contamination with the coronavirus. The Italian community participated in the entire collective session scheduled for the morning. An encouraging state of form for Sunday’s clasico against OM.
Among the good news, Mauricio Pochettino can count on Marquinhos. Affected in the right adductors since the victory against Montpellier (4-0) on January 22, the Brazilian captain found his teammates after several days individually. Like Verratti, the defender is doing well and is applying for a starting place against the Phocaeans. They will be able to test themselves one last time on Saturday morning.
Keylor Navas will watch the clasico from his home. The doorman suffers from adductor pain after being hit in the ribs. He is forfeited for Sunday evening and will undoubtedly not return before the reception of Nice, on February 13, the last match before Barcelona. Ander Herrera continues his work of recovery in individual but should be too tight for Sunday. The training this Friday morning concluded under the eyes of Leonardo, present at the Camp des Loges.
On the Marseille side, interim coach Nasser Larguet told a press conference that it was “too early to say who will be fit, we are still waiting, we are two days away from the match”. The flagship recruit of the winter transfer window, Milik, remained indoors this Friday, just like Thauvin, Alvaro, Benedetto, Amavi and Ntcham. Like Paris, Marseille will continue its preparation this Saturday at the Commanderie.
The probable eleven of PSG: Rico – Florenzi, Marquinhos (cap.), Kimpembe, Kurzawa – Di Maria, Verratti (or Gueye), Paredes, Neymar – Mbappé, Icardi.
The probable eleven of OM: Mandanda (cap.) – Sakai, Alvaro, Caleta-Car, Lirola – Kamara, Gueye – Thauvin, Germain, Milik (or Benedetto), Payet.
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