Manchester United host Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League tonight and Thomas Tuchel's men will be out for revenge.

Last time out the Reds produced yet another night to remember in Paris, stunning the Ligue 1 giants.

Marcus Rashford's late strike sealed victory once again for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and now, three games later, his side sit top of the group with the chance to progress.

A win against PSG will secure safe passage to the knockout stages with a good chance of United also finishing top.

Solskjaer couldn't have asked for a better squad to complete his task with nearly every player available.

"The training group today was a big one, everyone wants to be involved and everyone has held their hands up for selection," said the United boss ahead of the game.

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Van de Beek responds after Fernandes shuts down myth

Donny van de Beek has admitted it’s “fine” playing alongside Bruno Fernandes - just days after the Portuguese dispelled the myth that they couldn’t.

Van de Beek has found minutes in the Premier League hard to come by since making a £35million switch to Manchester United in the summer transfer window.

Many suggested the Dutchman’s lack of game time was down to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer having to pick between him and Fernandes.

But the 23-year-old midfielder started his first league game for the Red Devils in the win over Southampton on the weekend, and played well alongside Fernandes.

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Cavani has 'learned the hard way'

Solskjaer says Edinson Cavani has “learned the hard way” as he waits to discover if the FA will charge him over a controversial Instagram post.

After a follower congratulated Cavani on his two-goal match-winning display in Manchester United’s 3-2 win at Couthampton, he replied with the message “Gracias negrito”, which translated means “thanks black [person]”.

Although the term is used commonly in South America, it is unacceptable here, and Cavani deleted the comment when he told of the offence it had caused.

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Kick-off time

Kick-off at Old Trafford is at 8pm tonight.

The other game in United’s group - Istanbul Basaksehir vs RB Leipzig - kicks off at the earlier time of 5.55pm.

TV channel information

United’s game against PSG will be shown on BT Sport 2.

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