Emmanuel Riviere is still a doubt after being injured late last year. Umut Bulut finished the year well and should continue up front.
Toulouse will be without Cheikh M’Bengue, Aymen Abdennour and Mohamed Fofana as they are playing at the African Cup of Nations.
A very interesting match-up for Carlo Ancelotti to start his Ligue 1 campaign. If the Christmas tree remains it will see an intriguing three on three battle in the midfield and two lone strikers probably becoming very frustrated.
With the players at his disposal there is no need for Ancelotti to play with three defensive midfielders, especially at home. Kevin Gameiro has lacked a partner all season, and that looks like continuing in 2012.
Alain Casanova deserves some plaudits for the way his side played in 2011 but it wasn't perfect. Defensively the team is well drilled and disciplined but at times they lack ideas going forward.
No doubt a tough test for PSG in the Parc des Princes, the capital club should have enough but Toulouse could cause a shock.
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