Paris Saint-Germain will be aiming to capitalise on some weary legs when they take on Monaco at the Stade Louis II on Sunday. Leonardo Jardim's men secured an unexpected 3-1 first-leg win away at Arsenal in their UEFA Champions League round-of-16 tie on Wednesday, but Les Monegasques were stretched to their limit by injuries and a suspension. Defending French champions PSG will be looking to exploit the fatigue incurred during that heroic performance, as Laurent Blanc's men have had a whole week...
Monaco return to domestic matters after their stunning Champions League win over Arsenal with a huge match against Paris St Germain.
Leonardo Jardim's side have one foot in the quarter-finals of Europe's premier competition following a 3-1 first-leg victory at the Emirates.
Now Monaco must focus on trying to close the gap to the top three in Ligue 1.
PSG sit second, two points behind Lyon and nine ahead of Monaco, but the Parisians have won on just three of their 38 Ligue 1 visits to the Principality.
PARIS -- Paris Saint-Germain winger Lucas will be out for a minimum of four weeks after an operation to treat a right hip muscle injury, ruling him out of at least six matches.
Lucas has been sidelined since limping off against Caen on Feb. 14, and missed last week's home leg against Chelsea in the last 16 of the Champions League.
The club said he had a successful operation in Qatar.
Lucas misses the return leg against Chelsea on March 11, a further four French league games -- including Sunday's...
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Atleti prep for Cavani purchase
The Vicente Calderon is going to be a busy place this summer, if a report from the Daily Star is to be believed. The publication reported Atletico Madrid are planning a 45 million pound bid for Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani, which at first glance sounds like quite a lot of money for the historically hard-up Atletico.
Lens fans will be banned from travelling to watch their side play Paris Saint-Germain in the capital on March 7 after crowd trouble last weekend.
The LFP's disciplinary committee announced the punishment on Thursday evening after Lens' 4-1 defeat to Caen on Saturday was interrupted by crowd trouble.
The match was delayed for 15 minutes in the 85th minute after a number of Lens fans invaded the pitch.
"The Commission has decided as a precautionary measure to impose a ban on the travel of Lens supporters...