PSG remain without midfielder Javier Pastore ahead of the Friday clash due to a calf injury, and defender Presenel Kimpembe is unavailable for selection through suspension.
Head coach Unai Emery could make one change for the trip to Lille, with Blaise Matuidi set to start in place of Marco Verratti.
Meanwhile, the hosts are set to name an unchanged eleven from their 2-1 home win to Bastia, with Portuguese forward Eder starting upfront who was amongst the scorers last weekend.
On the injury front, Les Dogues are missing a number of players which includes midfielders Rony Lopez and Mounir Obbadi, both recovering from hamstring injuries.
Paris St Germain continue their pursuit on runaway leaders Nice, when they face off with Lille in the Friday night kick-off at the Stade Pierre-Mauroy.
The defending champions have already endured two defeats in the league this season, after away losses to Toulouse and Monaco, which puts the Parisians third in the table trailing six points behind the Ligue 1 leaders.
Despite this, Unai Emery’s men remain unbeaten in their last six matches in all competitions, including a comfortable 3-0 home win over Swiss side Basel in the Champions League last week.
As for Lille, they welcome the reigning champions following back-to-back home wins over Bastia and Nancy. However, Les Douges endured a tough start to their campaign, suffering six defeats in the opening eight matches, which leaves them lingering dangerously above the relegation zone in 16th place.
PSG will be tipped favourites for victory on Friday, who’ve won their last three visits to Lille with a second half Lucas Moura strike sealing a 1-0 victory last season.
Enyeama (GK), Beria, Soumaoro, Civelli, Corchia, Sankhare, Amadou, Mavuba, Sliti, Bissouma, Eder
Areola (GK), Maxwell, Silva, Marquinhos, Aurier, Matuidi, Rabiot, Motta, Lucas, Di Maria, Cavani