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Galvanized by the seventh Ballon d’Or of Lionel Messi but deprived of Neymar, injured, Paris SG tackles a duel at the top against Nice on Wednesday for the 16th day of Ligue 1, which also promises an opposition from Laborde-David scorers during Rennes -Lille.
The leader against the third: the PSG receives Nice on Wednesday at the Parc des Princes (9:00 p.m.) where the Parisian supporters hope to be able to acclaim Messi, winner on Monday of his seventh Ballon d’Or which isolates him a little more at the top of the prize list of the prestigious reward. But the Argentinian did not participate in training on Tuesday, having shown symptoms of gastroenteritis.
Messi uncertain, Paris could without two of the three members of his attacking trio since for this shock against the Aiglons, Neymar, victim of a sprained left ankle against Saint-Etienne on Sunday (3-1) and absent six to eight weeks according to his club, will not appear on the scoresheet.
With 14 points ahead of Nice, Wednesday’s match does not represent a threat in the standings for Paris. The Niçois Amine Gouiri and Andy Delort, who lost two of their three matches in November, including the last against the red lantern Metz (1-0), need points in the fight for the podium.
They are in the fight at the top of the scorers ‘standings: Rennes’ Gaëtan Laborde and Lillois Jonathan David are opposed Wednesday (9:00 p.m.) at Roazhon Park during the clash between the team in shape of the moment and the reigning French champion.
David is currently one step ahead with 10 goals against 9 for Laborde. The Canadian, already a scorer against other big pieces of the championship such as Marseille, Paris and Monaco, will have the opportunity to improve his stats against the current second in Ligue 1.
But the Lille scorer, currently behind in 13th place in L1, missed a penalty in the match against Nantes (1-1) on Saturday. Laborde remains him on a hat-trick in the Europa League Conference against Vitesse Arnhem (3-3) and a goal against Lorient on Sunday (2-0).
First relegation six days ago, Brest is now 12th, six points from the very uncomfortable place it occupied in mid-October. A comeback acquired thanks to a series of six games without defeat, including four wins in a row.
After hanging on to Lille at home 1-1, the Bretons beat Monaco 2-0, Lorient 2-1 at Moustoir and crushed Lens 4-0 at the Francis Le Blé stadium.
Sunday, the men of Michel Der Zakarian were still rife by overthrowing Bordeaux at home (2-1). Everything smiles in Brest before welcoming Saint-Etienne (7:00 p.m.), always last despite two victories in his last three matches.
Before receiving Reims (14th) Wednesday, Lyon (7th) was sanctioned with a closed session as a precaution after the throwing of a full plastic water bottle on Dimitri Payet during the match against Marseille, permanently arrested.
While waiting to be determined on its fate by the disciplinary committee on December 8, the Lyon club announced, through the voice of its president Jean-Michel Aulas in the columns of L’Equipe, to have seized the CNOSF for a conciliation on the decision to hold in camera, which has “no meaning” according to the leader.
Anyway, after his jump against Montpellier on Sunday (1-0), OL must confirm to continue their rise in the standings, while four points separate them from the podium.