PSG predicted XI vs Brest: Nordi Mukiele to make first start of the season

PSG will be looking to follow up their 3-0 victory against AC Milan in the Champions League with another positive result on Sunday lunchtime as they travel to the Stade Francis Le Blé to face Brest. A win will take Les Parisiens one point behind Nice at the top of the table. 

L’Équipe reports that Luis Enrique is set to make some changes from his side’s successful outing in European competition during midweek. The most notable change being the first start of the season for French right back Nordi Mukiele. This will see Achraf Hakimi switch flanks to left back in replacement of Lucas Hernández. 

Danilo Pereira getting a start will also spell change in central defence with Marquinhos unavailable due to injury. The Brazilian’s absence should see Kylian Mbappé captain the side and be partnered in attack by Gonçalo Ramos in place of Randal Kolo Muani. The midfield duo of Manuel Ugarté and Warren Zaïre-Emery should keep their starting berths. However, Vitinha is expected to drop to the bench with Bradley Barcola handed a start. 

PSG likely XI vs Brest:

Gianluigi Donnarumma – Nordi Mukiele, Danilo Pereira, Milan Škriniar, Achraf Hakimi – Ousmane Dembélé, Manuel Ugarté, Warren Zaïre-Emery, Bradley Barcola – Kylian Mbappé, Gonçalo Ramos

GFFN | Liam Wraith

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