The possible starting XI's of Real Madrid vs. PSG this Wednesday

On the eve of the match, it is already possible to predict the team line-ups for Real Madrid vs. PSG.

The Parisian starting eleven should see some changes from the last match in Nice, including the return of Kylian Mbappé, and full-backs Hakimi and Nuno Mendes.

For this match, Mauricio Pochettino should not have a great absence. Although everyone was worried this Monday afternoon about Mbappé after a blow received in the ankle, L'Équipe says that he will start. Achraf Hakimi, down against Saint-Étienne and preserved against Nice, should return to the right-back position, like Nuno Mendes at left-back.

PSG's possible line-up against Real Madrid according to L'Équipe: Navas - Hakimi, Marquinhos, Kimpembe, Mendes - Gueye, Danilo, Verratti - Messi, Mbappé, Neymar.

Leandro Paredes, who has just returned from injury, would be replaced by Idrissa Gueye. Only Sergio Ramos, who played 16 years in Madrid, will not be available for the Parisian coach. Mauricio Pochettino could then line up his usual 4-3-3, as in recent weeks; although Gianluigi Donnarumma played the first leg, for the second leg Keylor Navas should start; the classic defense made up of Achraf Hakimi, Marquinhos, Presnel Kimpembe and Nuno Mendes; in the middle of the field Danilo, Marco Verratti and Idrissa Gueye; and finally the attacking trio Neymar, Kylian Mbappé and Lionel Messi.

On the Real Madrid side, Carlo Ancelotti would also line up with a 4-3-3. The Italian coach will be deprived of Casemiro and Ferland Mendy, suspended after receiving a yellow card in the first leg.

The possible line-up of Real Madrid against PSG according to L'Équipe: Courtois - Carvajal, Militao, Nacho, Alaba - Modric, Kroos (or Camavinga), F. Valverde - Asensio, Benzema, Vinicius.

Toni Kroos, injured last week, is also very uncertain. A decision will be made for the German midfielder on Tuesday, otherwise Eduardo Camavinga should replace him as Federico Valverde is already replacing Casemiro.

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