Competition: Champions League Date: Tuesday 6th December 2016 Venue: Parc des Princes Kick-Off: 19:45 GMT
Marco Verratti misses PSG’s final group clash through injury but is suspended anyway, with Adrien Rabiot, Thiago Motta and Javier Pastore also unlikely to be risked.
Serge Aurier will return to the defence after missing the 2-2 draw with Arsenal two weeks ago.
Ludogorets are expected to name their strongest possible XI in their visit to the French capital, with the Bulgarian champions having no injury worries to contend with.
A 2-2 draw with Arsenal at the Emirates has put Paris Saint-Germain in the driving seat to secure top-spot of Group A and a victory will see them progress as group winners. Up against Ludogorets, they’ll be expected to do exactly that and have redemption on their mind after a surprise 3-0 defeat to Montpellier at the weekend.
Ludogorets, meanwhile, are on course to finish third and advance through to the Europa League, with the club set to secure that passage if they match Basel’s result. Having taken the lead against PSG in the reverse-leg, and also causing Arsenal a fright, Ludogorets have the capability to spring a surprise.
However, it should be a comfortable victory for Unai Emery’s side and the former Sevilla man will be looking for a result, having fallen short of early expectations during his reign in the French capital.
Areola, Kurzawa, Marquinhos, Silva, Aurier, Matuidi, Motta, Krychowiak, Moura, Cavani, Di Maria
Stoyanov, Minev, Moti, Palomino, Pimienta, Anicet, Dyakov, Misidjan, Marcelinho, Wanderson, Cafu
PSG have scored at least two goals in nine of their last 11 Champions League fixtures.
The French champions have lost just one of the 11 matches during that run.
Ludogorets have failed to win their last six matches in the Champions League.