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Match facts

Manchester United

  • This is the English club's 11th round of 16 tie (W6 L4), and their 18th participation in the UEFA Champions League knockout stages overall. Having lost their first two last-16 contests, United won all but one of the next seven before last season's defeat by Sevilla.
  • In 2017/18 United drew the first leg at Sevilla 0-0 but were beaten 2-1 in the home second leg. That ended a 21-match unbeaten run in Europe at Old Trafford (W17 D4), since a 2-1 reverse against Real Madrid in the 2012/13 UEFA Champions League round of 16 second leg.
  • Those defeats against Sevilla and Madrid mean United have lost two of their last three home games at this stage of the UEFA Champions League. Their overall last-16 record at Old Trafford is W6 D1 L3.
  • United also failed to win their first two home games in this season's group stage, drawing 0-0 with Valencia before a 1-0 loss against Juventus; they ended that three-match sequence without a victory by beating Young Boys 1-0 on matchday five.
  • Despite concluding Group H with a 2-1 defeat at Valencia, United have lost just five of their last 26 European matches, home and away (W16 D5).

Paris Saint-Germain

  • This is Paris's seventh successive UEFA Champions League campaign and they have reached the round of 16 on each occasion – although they are yet to match their 1994/95 achievement of reaching the semi-finals.
  • After four successive quarter-final appearances between 2013 and 2016, Paris have lost at this stage in each of the last two seasons. In 2017/18 they went down 5-2 on aggregate to Real Madrid (1-3 away, 1-2 home); 12 months earlier, they had looked set for the quarter-finals after a 4-0 first-leg defeat of Barcelona at the Parc des Princes, only to go down 6-1 in Spain – a UEFA Champions League record comeback.
  • Paris have won three of their six two-legged knockout ties against Premier League clubs although the most recent ended in defeat against United's local rivals Manchester City in the 2015/16 quarter-finals (2-2 home, 0-1 away). That second leg is also the last UEFA Champions League match in which Paris failed to score; they have found the net inall 22 matches since.
  • The French club have twice beaten English opposition at this stage of the UEFA Champions League, overcoming Chelsea in both 2014/15 (1-1 home, 2-2 away) and 2015/16 (2-1 home, 2-1 away).

Predictions

When the draw happened for this season's Champions League round of 16, not many people believed that Mourinho's United have any chances against mighty PSG.

However, change of management and United are currently unstoppable, on top of that PSG are missing two of their key players in Neymar and Cavani.

Manchester United should take an advantage of Paris' missing top guns and grab a narrow home win on Tuesday.

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18 Comments
mauricio2286 10 days ago
Barcelona, Peru 0 13
Hope United wins, Solksjaer is a great coach
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RealMadridKing 10 days ago
Real Madrid 0 64
2 - 1 united for the win psg is overrated
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MikeHawk 11 days ago
Arsenal, France 0 104
why are people writing off PSG (84-27). Mbappe is more than enough for that swiss cheese United defence
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donald18 11 days ago
0 6
Oh man you definitely need Mbappe cause you could not score against Villefranche, team from french third division in 90 min :)))))))) you had to bring Mbappe to finally score :))))
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neurop 10 days ago
Paris Saint Germain, France 0 255
This literally happens all the time, when you have 11 guys defending.
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AnacondaRifle 11 days ago
Chelsea, England 0 60
Really hope Di Maria scores a hattrick. Show the world how overrated a club like United actually is
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donald18 11 days ago
0 6
keep dreaming :))))
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rescue_secure 11 days ago
England 25 1265
even without cavani and neymar lucky utd wil lose this
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Marshall2118 11 days ago
Paris Saint Germain 4 61
I very much doubt that "Choupo-Moting" will play, he sucks lol... Paredes and Bernat will play also I think. Anyways, we lost Neymar and Cavani but we still have a very good squat. Bad luck yes, but no excuses here. A draw would be great result at Old Trafford. Very excited!
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_Pelle_ 10 days ago
Paris Saint Germain 61 5048
Agree he sucks! I have no idea why he is at PSG... PSG should maybe try for counterattacks with Di Maria and Mbappé. Play more of a 4-5-1 and make it messy and crowdy in the midfield to make it hard for Pogba and Co to be comfortable with the ball. Key players for PSG will be Marquinhos and Verratti. Meunier out in a game like this is also a big blow.
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neurop 12 days ago
Paris Saint Germain, France 0 255
I'm nervous already
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FoxMulder 12 days ago
Paris Saint-Germain, France 4 182
Meunier also is out for Paris....
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Lebonhommebanal 12 days ago Edited
Paris Saint Germain, France 0 283
Footyroom, it's a bit insulting to put Choupo-Moting in the starting XI. And Bernat will play, not Kurzawa.
It will be like this :

Buffon
Kerher - Silva - Kimpembe - Bernat
Verratti - Marquinhos
Alves - Draxler - Di Maria
Mbappé
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Footyroom, it's a bit insulting to put Choupo-Moting on the 11th.
It will be like this :

Buffon
Kerher - Silva - Kimpembe - Bernat
Verratti - Marquinhos
Alves - Draxler - Di Maria
Mbappé
Footyroom, it's a bit insulting to put Choupo-Moting in the starting XI.
It will be like this :

Buffon
Kerher - Silva - Kimpembe - Bernat
Verratti - Marquinhos
Alves - Draxler - Di Maria
Mbappé
Lacoste 12 days ago
Liverpool, England 4 228
LOL no it won't be! First of all, it's a "predicted line up" second of all, no matter what line-up it will be, United will win it anyway ...
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FoxMulder 12 days ago
Paris Saint-Germain, France 4 182
I would not start with Alves but Paredes, Alves played full match against Bordeaux and is not able at his age to start 3 days after a match of this importance,

---Marquinhos--Verratti-----
Draxler---Paredes---Di Maria
-----------Mbappé---------------
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Lebonhommebanal 12 days ago
Paris Saint Germain, France 0 283
United will win it anyway ? Do you remember how you were beaten tactically by us ? Don't underestimate us.
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Lebonhommebanal 12 days ago
Paris Saint Germain, France 0 283
@foxmulder, I prefer Paredes too. But is he fit enough ? He never played with Verratti. And they have exactly the same function.
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chelsea1960 12 days ago
Chelsea, Belgium 0 846
@lebonhommebanal they beat you as well remember 3-2 at anfield.
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