PSG vs Troyes | PSG will host Troyes at the Parc des Princes on Saturday in an effort to widen their advantage atop the Ligue 1 standings.

PSG utterly beat Maccabi Haifa 7-2 in their most recent encounter at Parc des Princes to earn their berth in the Champions League on Tuesday night.

Despite the off-field scandals, the Parisians are currently at the top of the league standings and are in terrific form. Christophe Galtier’s club is one of just two in the top five European Leagues without a loss in any tournament.

The superstar frontline of Messi, Neymar, and Mbappe (MNM) unquestionably had a major role in their recent success.

In fact, the formidable three have scored 25 of PSG’s 32 league goals this season together.

With 10 victories and a few draws, PSG is the only undefeated team in the French top division, but they only have a five-point lead over Lens and will be looking to extend it when they take on an uncertain Troyes team on Saturday.

Troyes is now positioned 11th in Ligue 1 after racking up 13 points in its first 12 games. They lost their first three games of the Ligue 1 season, but have subsequently picked up wins in seven of their subsequent nine games.

Troyes is a fun team to watch since they score a lot of goals, but they are also quite weak defensively. Troyes typically scores goals on the road, doing so in five of their last six away games. Their top scorer this year has been striker Mama Balde, who has been in terrific form, with five goals and three assists to his credit.

Lineups for PSG vs. Troyes are known.

Vitinha, Verratti, Soler, Messi, Mbappe, and Neymar make up the PSG XI (4-3-3) along with Donnarumma, Mukiele, Kimpembe, Ramos, and Bernat.

Lis, T. Balde, Palmer-Brown, Porozo, Salmier, Conte, Lopes, Kouame, Chavalerin, Odobert, and M. Balde make up the Troyes XI (5-4-1) lineup.

The next games for PSG

Galtier and company will go to Turin to take on a shaky Juventus team to round up their Champions League group stage campaign after leading the way in Ligue 1. They will next restart domestic play against second-placed Lorient, who are currently flying high.