Manchester United take on Paris Saint-Germain at Old Trafford in one of the week’s biggest Champions League fixtures.
The Red Devils sit top of Group H having won three of their four matches, including an impressive 2-1 win in Paris on matchday 1.
Although Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side would qualify with a draw, the Norwegian boss knows a defeat could see both PSG and RB Leipzig go level with them with just one match to play.
United will head into the game full of confidence after a 3-2 comeback victory over Southampton at the weekend which extended their winning run to four matches in all competitions.
With qualification in sight, Solskjaer can’t afford to make too many changes in this one even with a tricky test at West Ham to come on Saturday night.
So which players will the United boss pick to try and secure that required point?
Here we predict the Manchester United’s starting XI to take on PSG at Old Trafford…
With United 2-0 down at St Mary’s, first-choice goalkeeper David De Gea was withdrawn at half-time due to an injury. That gave Dean Henderson the opportunity he’s craved and he didn’t disappoint as he took his place between the sticks to see his teammates turn the match on its head. Despite De Gea being available for this one, Solskjaer could well stick with the England ‘keeper and hand his his second Champions League start.