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Tight security for French 'clasico'

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Marseille and Paris Saint Germain clash on Sunday in the latest installment of French football's stormiest rivalry with security so tight that only 150 fans will travel from the capital to the Mediterranean coast. 

Paris Saint Germain's (from L) Nene, Diego Lugano and Alex take part in a training session, on October 5, at the Camp des Loges, PSG club training center in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, west of Paris. Marseille and PSG clash on Sunday in the latest installment of French football's stormiest rivalry with security so tight that only 150 fans will travel from the capital to the Mediterranean coast.

Marseille go into the game at their Stade Velodrome home on top of the table with a three-point lead over PSG while Carlo Ancelotti's revamped PSG remain just one of three unbeaten teams in the league, along with Lorient and Bordeaux.

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