Didier Deschamps will decide on Tuesday morning. The coach has made a number of changes to his starting XI to face Greece (20:45 p.m.). After a final training session, which did not allow any real lessons to be learned, the replacement of several players was confirmed. Starting with Dayot Upamecano, who is expected to play with Bayern Munich on Friday. On the other hand, the Basque coach will renew Kylian Mbappé when Paris face Monaco on Friday, too. "It's very likely," DD said at a press conference. His PSG team-mate Randal Kolo Muani, on the other hand, is expected to suffer from this choice as he starts again on the bench.
Olivier Giroud will lead the attack with Ousmane Dembélé on the right wing. Adrien Rabiot, who spoke to the media today, is expected to start in midfield, with Boubacar Kamara perhaps starting the starting line-up. This match is a great opportunity to see the Aston Villa player in action. It remains to be seen whether Antoine Griezmann will also start. One thing is certain, he will at least come on to play an 84th consecutive game in the French jersey.
The defence could be changed in its entirety with the return of Jules Kounde on the right and Lucas Hernandez on the opposite. The coaching staff could trust the partnership between Disasi and Saliba, which has been worked on during the week. Finally, Brice Samba will get his chance in the French goal, as announced by Deschamps. The Lens player will celebrate his second cap. It was also an opportunity for him to assert his status as number 2 compared to Alphonse Areola.
The possible composition
Samba - Koundé, Disasi, Saliba, L. Hernandez - Griezmann, Kamara, Rabiot - Dembélé, Giroud, Mbappé (capt.)