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Ligue 1 preview: Will PSG dominate?


Layvin Kurzawa returns to Monaco as PSG look to open gap over title rivals

Paris Saint-Germain coach Unai Emery previewed his team's UCL draw and his side's Ligue 1 trip to Monaco.

Even though it is only the third round of matches this season, Paris Saint-Germain already have the chance to open up a small gap ahead of expected title rivals Olympique Lyonnais and AS Monaco when they take on Les Monegasques in the principality on Sunday. Lyon's surprise 4-2 defeat at Dijon FCO and Monaco's 2-2 opening-day draw at home to EA Guingamp means that both have already dropped points this campaign.

If PSG can pick up all three for the second consecutive term this weekend, then the...

Salvatore Sirigu brought success and professionalism to Paris Saint-Germain

Paris Saint-Germain coach Unai Emery previewed his team's UCL draw and his side's Ligue 1 trip to Monaco.

Salvatore Sirigu's Paris Saint-Germain hell is at an end after the Italy international joined Sevilla on a season-long loan deal -- without an option to buy -- on Friday. Just more than 12 months since Kevin Trapp arrived at Parc des Princes and took his place as starting goalkeeper, Sirigu has finally found a way out of the French capital and now has a chance to resurrect his career in Spain.

The 29-year-old's move to Seville brings an end to his five-year spell with Les Parisiens. Four of...

Paris Saint-Germain favourites to edge Arsenal in winnable Group A

PSG will surely relish their draw, with Arsenal looking like the toughest group stage opponent.

Paris Saint-Germain have been drawn against Arsenal, FC Basel and PFC Ludogorets Razgrad in Champions League Group A. Here's a look at their European campaign.

General overview

The French champions will have wanted to avoid the likes of Manchester City, Atletico Madrid, Borussia Dortmund and Tottenham Hotspur pre-draw and they have done just that.

An Arsenal double-header is not the easiest of ties but it is also not the hardest that PSG could have faced.

Unai Emery's men could underestimate...

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PSG to fend off Arsenal for top spot in Champions League Group A

Take an in-depth look at the UCL draw and see how each of the teams will line up in this year's competition.

Now that the Champions League draw has been completed, here's a preview for Group A. Who do you think will go through?

Predicted finish

1. Paris Saint-Germain
2. Arsenal
3. FC Basel
4. Ludogorets Razgrad

Who will win Group A?

Paris Saint-Germain

Laurent Blanc was unseated as PSG manager last season despite winning Ligue 1 by 31 points. It all came down to losing 3-2 on aggregate to Manchester City in the Champions League quarterfinals, and now the pressure will be on new manager Unai Emery to go...

Juventus close in on PSG's Matuidi; Bale set for pay rise from Real Madrid

ESPN FC's Ross Dyer and Brian McBride break down the latest transfer rumours with just over a week to go in the window.

The summer transfer window is beginning to swing shut. Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse for the latest gossip ahead of deadline day. Follow our live blog below, and see the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: Juventus close in on Blaise Matuidi

Several reports in France are claiming that Juventus have stepped up their interest in Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Blaise Matuidi with the intention of him replacing Paul Pogba who departed for Manchester United in a world-record transfer deal.


PSG's Thiago Silva unlucky to be injured for Tite's first Brazil squad

PSG boss Unai Emery backs Edinson Cavani to be a success this season, but played down comparing him to Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
PSG defender Thiago Silva was not included in Tite's first Brazil squad for World Cup qualifiers.

Paris Saint-Germain captain Thiago Silva's wait to end his international exile continues after new Brazil coach Tite opted to leave the 31-year-old defender out of his squad for the upcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Ecuador and Colombia.

Silva has been out of the picture for his country for over a year and is currently recovering from a hip injury suffered during Les Parisiens' 3-1 International Champions Cup win over Real Madrid in Columbus, Ohio last month. He missed PSG's 3-0 win...