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Hoping to extend their buffer at the top of the table when they return to Ligue 1 duties on Sunday night, PSG will be desperate to put their midweek frustration behind them when they travel to the Stade Pierre Mauroy.
Crashing out of the Coupe de France at the hands of a high-flying Nice following a dramatic penalty shootout, Mauricio Pochettino's men still have the feel of a side seeking some stability, despite holding a commanding buffer over the chasing pack.
Heading into the brief winter break with a worrying 2-0 loss against Brest on the road, Lille have largely failed to build off of what was a hugely impressive end to 2021 and will know that they face another stern test on home soil here.
Although Les Parisiens might hold a fearsome reputation from across Europe for the attacking power that they have in the final third, Lille vs PSG could turn out to be a cagey affair on Sunday night.
Drawing a line under their back-to-back defeats against the defending Ligue 1 champions with a 2-1 victory when PSG welcomed Lille to the capital back in October, it should be noted that each of their previous seven meetings have finished with under 3.5 goals.
Likewise, with four of PSG's last five matchups away from the Parc des Princes finishing in an identical outcome, it should be highlighted that under 3.5 goals can be found priced at 2/5 with bet365 this weekend.
Shocking almost everyone across Europe last season as they lifted their first Ligue 1 title since 2011, it was no secret that Lille were always going to be in an uphill battle to defend their domestic crown.
Watching former boss Christophe Galtier leave the Stade Pierre-Mauroy last summer along with a host of stars, Les Dogues have had somewhat of a rebuilding job on their hands this time around.
Despite signing off 2021 with a real flurry as they booked their spot in the knockout stage of this year's Champions League, they have once again shown some issues over recent weeks.
Last seen getting hit with what was a worrying 2-0 defeat away at Brest, Lille have now won just one of their last four matchups across all competitions and are only just clinging onto their spot in the top-half.
Despite their extended issues at the back, current manager Jocelyn Gourvennec does have one attacking talisman enjoying a stellar free-scoring run this season.
Returning from international duties with Canada, 22-year-old Jonathan David has already racked up 12 Ligue 1 strikes so far and currently sits second in the race for this year's Golden Boot.
While PSG might make their return to Ligue 1 action this weekend holding a commanding 11-point buffer at the top of the table, it is fair to say that they have struggled to find top gear with much stability this season.
With growing speculation over recent months that Head Coach Mauricio Pochettino could already have his heart set on a move away from the French capital, Les Parisiens will be looking to put their midweek heartbreak behind them here.
Crashing out of the Coupe de France at the hands of Nice and coming under more scrutiny, the former Tottenham boss has seen his side show some issues on the road.
Including having to grab a last-gasp point away at Lorient last month, PSG have played out a stalemate in each of their last three Ligue 1 appearances away from the Parc des Princes.
However, while Brazilian superstar Neymar might once again miss out here due to an ankle injury, Pochettino does have a host of stellar attacking options to call upon.
Along with seven-time Ballon d'Or winner Lionel Messi, Real Madrid target Kylian Mbappe has racked up 10 Ligue 1 strikes so far this season and will lead PSG's charge this weekend.
A decade on since Les Parisiens' blockbuster takeover by Qatar-based Qatari Sports Investment, Lille vs PSG is undoubtedly one of Ligue 1's standout meetings.
However, while Lille might have lifted the Super Cup back in August thanks to a 1-0 win against Sunday's heavyweight opponents, it should be noted that over recent history PSG hold a hugely impressive record at the Stade Pierre-Mauroy.
In fact, Mauricio Pochettino's men have lost just one of their last 10 straight trips to the defending French champions, a run that stems all the way back to 2012.
Unable to fully appreciate their stunning Ligue 1 title success last season with a packed house the Stade Pierre-Mauroy, there is no doubt that those restrictions have hindered Lille this year.
With it announced back in December that tighter measures were being introduced all across the country, Lille are still only allowed a maximum limit of 5,000 spectators in their iconic home stadium.
However, looking to pull off a real upset on Sunday night and end what has been an extended blip against PSG on home soil, Lille boss Jocelyn Gourvennec has made it clear just how much they will need those 5,000 fans here.
Watching their Coupe de France adventure come to an end against Nice in midweek, there is no doubt that PSG and Pochettino will be demanding an immediate response on Sunday night.
Still holding a commanding 11-point buffer over the chasing pack and romping their way to this year's Ligue 1 crown, Les Parisiens will be hoping to cash in on a Lille side that have once again shown their own issues since opening 2022.
Last seen getting hit with that downbeat 2-0 loss away at Brest and with just a single win from their last four matchups across all competitions, the defending champions will be more than aware that they will face another heavyweight task this weekend.
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