Manchester United began their Champions League group stage campaign with an away match against Paris Saint-Germain, who lost in the final of last year's tournament.
Eighteen months ago, these two teams seemed to be heading in different directions, as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, in one of his first matches for United, planned a brilliant comeback against the French giants.
While United finished the 2019-20 season hard during Project Restart, there have been some unconvincing performances yet this period, and they will be desperate to beat the French heavyweights.
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Paris Saint-Germain began the season with a disastrous home loss to longtime rivals Olympique Marseille 1-0 in a match overshadowed by a massive brawl and three red cards for Thomas Tuchel.
However, it is fair to say that they have recovered strongly since then, with five successive first-division wins.
Perhaps the most alarming thing for United is that they scored 16 goals during that period, conceding only once, in their 6-1 win over Anger.
United have already started this season, in particular by losing 3-1 to Crystal Palace in the opening match, then being on the wrong side with a score of 6-1, this time against Tottenham Hotspur.
However, after falling to Newcastle United on Saturday, there were concerns that they were ready for another bad result, but the quality shone and they were left without winners 4-1 after a late rise.
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Edinson Cavani and Harry Maguire are not named in the United squad, as the former lost the opportunity to play his former team in his debut with the Red Devils.
Mason Greenwood is also absent due to injury, while young Facundo Pellistri was included in the travel group.
If the new kid of £ 9m appears, it will be his debut as a United shirt.
Paris Saint-Germain will miss Leandro Paredes and Marco Verratti in the fight, both of whom will be absent due to injury.
However, Julian Draxler and Marquinhos are set to return to Paris Saint-Germain, which is a huge boost for Tuchel's side.
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The last-16 meeting between the two clubs in the 2018-2019 season was the only previous performance between them, and on that occasion, United was finally laughing.
After Paris won 2-0 in the first leg, Marcus Rashford's penalty kick in the 90th minute secured United's 3-1 victory at the Parc des Princes and sent Solskjaer's side into the quarter-finals. .
What worries United is that Paris Saint-Germain has an excellent home record in the Champions League, losing only seven of the 53 Champions League matches in the French capital.
Prediction: Paris Saint-Germain 1-1 Manchester United