Competition: Ligue 1 Date: Saturday 19th November 2016 Venue: Parc des Princes Kick-Off: 18:00 GMT
Paris Saint-Germain are without injured trio Adrien Rabiot, Layvin Kurzawa and Alphonse Areola.
Nantes have to cope without the injured Valentin Rongier, whilst Enock Kwateng, Emiliano Sala and Amine Harit are all suspended.
PSG’s win last time out has put them within touching distance of league leaders OGC Nice and the fact that Lucien Favre’s men play on Sunday gives the defending champions the chance to put Nice under intense pressure with a victory tomorrow.
Nantes, meanwhile, earned a much-needed draw right at the death last time out but need nothing short of a miracle in their travels to the French capital this weekend. Their woeful record against PSG doesn’t make for good reading for the travelling supporters, who are likely to endure another difficult day tomorrow.
PSG have won all of their league clashes with Nantes at the Parc Des Princes since 2002 and a continuation of that record will put them on good-stead for a crucial few weeks in the run-up to the New Year.
Trapp, Meunier, Marquinhos, Kimpembe, Maxwell, Verratti, Motta, Matuidi, Ben Arfa, Jese, Moura
Riou, Dubois, Djidji, Carlos, Lima, Thomsen, Gillet, Thomasson, Bammou, Stepinski, Kacaniklic
PSG have won 11 consecutive matches against Nantes.
PSG have only conceded in one of their last nine home games in Ligue 1.