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FRENCH LIGUE 1

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 PSG 22 3 0 69
2 Monaco 12 9 4 45
3 Nice 11 6 8 39
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PSG won't risk Ibrahimovic and Silva vs. Lille ahead of Chelsea clash

Laurent Blanc is happy to remain in Paris after signing a two-year contract extension with PSG.

The moment has almost arrived for Paris Saint-Germain, with the return of Champions League action on Tuesday when Chelsea visit Parc des Princes in the round of 16. However, before that, the Ligue 1 leaders must take care of Lille OSC in the capital.

Les Parisiens' 2-1 win at Olympique de Marseille in Le Classique last weekend stretched their record unbeaten streak to 34 matches and that tally could be under threat against Les Dogues on Saturday.

With Chelsea just around the corner, Laurent Blanc...

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Paris St Germain enter a defining period of their season with Saturday's home Ligue 1 fixture against Lille under pressure to juggle their resources ahead of Tuesday's Champions League meeting with Chelsea.

Despite requests to league officials to rework their congested schedule to allow them more than two full days to prepare for the home leg of Tuesday's round of 16 tie, PSG have experienced only frustration with their efforts.

A week after hosting 15th-placed Lille, comfortable league leaders PSG...

 By Mark Rodden

Paris man racially abused by Chelsea fans speaks of 'nervous breakdown'

Paris Saint-Germain head coach Laurent Blanc reveals that the club have offered him a new deal.

The Parisian commuter who was shoved off a train and racially abused by visiting Chelsea fans last year says he is slowly recovering from the "nervous breakdown" that he suffered after the incident.

Soulemayne Sylla was repeatedly prevented from entering a Paris metro last February by a group of Chelsea supporters -- in the French capital for the Champions League tie with Paris Saint-Germain -- who also taunted him with racial chanting.

Five Chelsea fans have since been given football banning orders...