The fact that there are only two games left and their position is ranked 3rd in the standings, making Paris Saint-Germain threatened to be thrown into the Europe League, if they fail to win in the remaining two matches in the European Champions League group phase. First, the tough challenge for Neymar CS is to face the host, Liverpool on 5th Matchdays. The match itself will take place on Thursday morning, November 29, 2018 at Stade Parc Des Princes, Paris.
Paris Saint-Germain is currently in 3rd place, those who are actually more favored won in the match later, given the composition of the players they have only been able to win one victory from 4 matches that have taken place in the group phase, and only collected 5 points only as a result, Tomas Tuchel’s Les Parisiens is ranked 3rd in the standings with 1 point behind Liverpool and Napoli, who are the first and second respectively.
That is to say, Paris Saint-Germain had to win in the remaining two games, especially the fact that Crvena Zvezda who was ranked bottom was only 1 point behind.
On paper, Paris Saint-Germain is actually more convincing than Liverpool, as in their last five matches in all competitions, they managed to win 4 wins and only hold a draw once. While Liverpool’s direction Jurgen Klopp packed 3 wins in their last five games and lost once.
Paris Saint-Germain are also more favored because they will play at home in the match later.
Head to head Matches – Paris Saint-Germain vs. Liverpool:
09/19/19 Liverpool 3-2 PSG
Paris Saint Germain’s Last 5 Matches:
12/11/18 Monaco 0-4 PSG
11/07/18 Napoli 1-1 PSG
03/11/18 PSG 2-1 Lille
29/10/18 Marseille 0-2 PSG
10/25/18 PSG 2-2 Napoli
Liverpool’s Last 5 Matches:
11/11/18 Liverpool 2-0 Fulham
11/07/18 Crvena Zvezda 2-0 Liverpool
04/11/18 Arsenal 1-1 Liverpool
10/27/18 Liverpool 4-1 Cardiff
10/25/18 Liverpool 4-0 Crvena Zvezda
Paris Saint-Germain: Buffon, Thiago Silva, Marquinhos, Meunier, Juan Bernat, Verratti, Kehrer, Di María, Neymar, Draxler, Mbappé.
Liverpool: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Matip, van Dijk, Robertson, Milner, Lallana, Wijnaldum, Mané, Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah.