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Zlatan Ibrahimovic-PSG's Star Man
With the strongest team in the league on paper and by far France's richest club, it is PSG's title to lose despite the fact that they currently sit in five points behind leaders Lyon after a disappointing run of form.
Although their lack of cohesion has cost them at times in this campaign, Carlo Ancelotti's men have more than enough talent to take the title come season end. Individual talents such as Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Thiago Silva, Ezequiel Lavezzi and Jeremy Menez will eventually gel into a unit, even if it's not quite tight-knit.
Ancelotti is a proven champion and his players will not be allowed to take their eye off the title with no continental commitments to consider until early next year.
The big issue right now with PSG is their defence, who despite having been given a multi-million Euro makeover in the past two years, still continue to leak goals.
There is plenty of depth at centre-back with Silva, Alex and Mamadou Sakho all vying for starting berths. The lack of balance comes rather from the sides where full-backs Maxwell, Christophe Jallet and Gregory van der Wiel often spend too much time in attack.
Once Ancelotti can get to grips with this, PSG will become a more formidable opponent than they already are. Communication, which is the capital club's other big vice, will come with time.
Star Man: Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Predicted finish: First
Money talks, or so they say. One thing is for sure: it has been able to acquire PSG some of football's best talents over the past 24 months.
Lucas Moura will arrive in January, the latest in a line of talented young Brazilians to break through at international level. His addition could be a catalyst for Ancelott's side.