Wednesday, December 5th, 2012
PSG return to French league football after a 2-1 win over Porto in the Champions League that saw them top the group, but unless they roll over Evian on Saturday evening the mega-wealthy Paris powerhouse will end this weke on a low note.
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Barely a day goes by without a glamour name in world football’s A-list being linked to Paris Saint-Germain, however away from all the stories linking the likes of Mourinho and Beckham to the French capital, the hard truth is that Carlo Ancelotti’s team current sit just 4th in the Ligue 1 table.
PSG will expecting to pick up three points against Evian this Saturday.
After the victory against Porto defender Thiago Silva told reporters: “To be honest, I was not thinking the match could go as well. It is not good from us, but we are more focused when we play big guns like Porto than modest Ligue 1 sides. We were playing with four forwards. It shows that we can do well if we all have give our best and apply the coach’s orders. We have to be more concentrated every day at training and in every game. We can’t expect Ibra to hand us the victory each and every time. This is not how it works.”
PSG will again be spearheaded by Zlatan Ibrahimovic against Evian, however many will be looking to Javier Pastore, Jeremy Ménez, Blaise Matuidi and Ezequiel Lavezzi to help the amazing Swede lead the team to victory.
At the back PSG will also be formidable with Alex, Silva, van der Wiel and Maxwell in their backline.
Evian, fourth bottom of Ligue 1 and one of the most unfashionable teams in the division, will be major outsiders to pick up a result at PSG. If they are to upset the apple cart, then Swiss forward Saber Khelifa (five goals in seven games) is surely the player who they’ll be looking to to make that happen.
Sidney Govou, now 33, should start on the wing for Evian, however it’s at the back, where Evian have conceded 23 goals in just 15 games, where the visitors will have to work on if they are to claim at least a point at PSG.