Manchester United mark their return to the Champions League with a tough opener against PSG in the French capital on Tuesday at 8pm.
After a one-year absence from Europe’s flagship competition the Red Devils begin their continental campaign against last season’s finalists.
On paper, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer faces arguably the toughest curtain raiser of any Premier League club, but the Norwegian enters this fixture on the back of an emphatic 4-1 win over Newcastle and boasts a psychological edge over the Parisians.
The last time these two sides faced off at the Parc des Princes, Man Utd pulled off an historic win in 2018/19, with a 94th-minute Marcus Rashford penalty sealing a remarkable turnaround for Solskjaer and his side.
Neymar was unavailable for that match but the Brazilian ace will make up a star-spangled XI for Thomas Tuchel this time round. PSG are in solid form domestically and have not lost a home game in the group stages since the start of 2012/13 (19 wins, five draws).
The visitors will be eyeing up another shock result across the Channel but Tuchel will be determined to exorcise the ghosts of two seasons ago.