Paris - Paris Saint-Germain will be missing a trio of key players for Saturday's visit of Toulouse, coach Laurent Blanc said on Friday.
Italy midfielder Marco Verratti (ankle), defender Marquinhos (hamstring) and playmaker Javier Pastore, who is lacking match fitness, will all sit out the clash at the Parc des Princes.
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Pastore has missed the last three matches due to a contagious eye infection and has yet to regain full fitness, said Blanc.
Marquinhos injured his hamstring during training last week ahead of the Ligue 1 leaders' trip to Rennes, while Verratti was forced off during Tuesday's 1-0 Champions League defeat at Real Madrid.
The Italian could be out for a month, according to French newspaper l'Equipe.
Unbeaten PSG have a 10-point lead over second-placed Lyon after just 12 matches, 10 of which they have won.