The Red Devils have been in fine form of late, winning 10 of their first 11 outings under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to salvage their season after previously struggling under the dark and dreary management of Jose Mourinho.
Manchester United have already been handed two boosts ahead of the PSG game, with the Ligue 1 giants without Neymar and Edinson Cavani.
Thomas Meunier, arguably the best right-back of the World Cup in Russia, has also been sidelined for tonight’s game.
However, Yahoo Sport France claim to have seen to the PSG side who will line up against United.
It is said that, in the final training session before the game, they lined up in a 4-2-3-1 system.
Gianluigi Buffon, who is dreaming of winning the Champions League before retiring at the end of the season, was in goal.
Thilo Kehrer, Presnel Kimpembe, Thiago Silva and Juan Bernat were then supposedly the players fielded in defence.
In midfield, Marco Verratti featured in a major plus for the visiting side.
The Italy international has been a doubt for the United fixture but, with just hours until the game to go, he appears in line to play.
Verratti was fielded alongside Marquinhos in the middle of the park – perhaps with a view to stopping influential United star Paul Pogba.
In a surprise twist, PSG have gone with try Dani Alves on the wing.
The Brazilian veteran remains one of the best full-backs in world football but it appears a new role now awaits him.
And PSG also picked Julian Draxler out wide with Angel Di Maria behind Kylian Mbappe up top.
United have a great shot at beating PSG given their injury crisis – with Neymar and Cavani both missing out.
But the Ligue 1 giants look to be doing everything to stop United from clocking up another key win.
Tuchel, meanwhile, praised Pogba and Marcus Rashford ahead of the clash against United.
“Neymar is one of our best players and one of the best players in Europe. We will miss him a lot. And now Cavani is out.
“Would Man Utd miss (Paul) Pogba or (Marcus) Rashford? Of course.
“Obviously we’re going to be missing a couple of key attackers, but you don’t change your identity for that reason.
“We have a tradition, we play attacking football and that is how we’re used to playing – to create chances.
“It’s in our DNA. That’s how we play. To change it is really difficult.”