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PSG look to extend lead against Lyon
PARIS scored eight goals between them in the two matches they have played together.
Sunday’s match on paper is PSG’s biggest test of the league season so far, with an unbeaten Lyon going to Paris off the back of a 1-1 Europa League draw with Apollon Limassol in Cyprus.
But Unai Emery’s side are on a 35-match unbeaten streak at home in all competitions, having not lost at the Parc des Princes since a 2-0 defeat by Monaco in March 2016.
Worryingly for their Ligue 1 and European rivals, the Spanish coach believes that his team will only get better after the thrashing of Celtic.
Reigning champions Monaco suffered a 4-0 humbling at Nice last time out, before putting in a vastly-improved display during a 1-1 midweek Champions League draw at RB Leipzig.
The thumping by their Cote d’Azur rivals ended a Ligue 1 record of 16 consecutive wins for Leonardo Jardim’s men, although they did lose 4-0 at Nice last September before going on to win the title.
The principality outfit will be