Manchester United will deploy a near full strength squad as PSG roll into town for the Champions League Round of 16 tonight.
The Red Devils have struggled with long injury lists all season but nearly all of their first-team stars are ready and raring to go.
However, several fringe players could miss out, restricting Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s defensive options from the bench if he loses any key players.
United will feel confident approaching the game with PSG’s superstar duo Neymar and Edinson Cavani both missing from the visitors’ side.
Neymar suffered a fractured metatarsal in January that will keep him out of both legs of the tie.
Cavani has a hip problem while Thomas Meunier joins them in the physio room with concussion.
United will be determined to gain an early lead in the tie with a big display on home soil – but who won’t be there to help achieve their aim?
Express Sport rounds up the latest Manchester United injury news ahead of the Champions League clash.
Man Utd vs PSG – who is out?
United are running short of defenders ahead of the game tonight.
Victor Lindelof picked up a knock last week and was rested for the weekend encounter with Fulham.
He could return to the match day squad to face PSG but it remains to be seen whether he is fit enough to start against PSG hot-shot Kylian Mbappe.
Antonio Valencia, Marcos Rojo and Matteo Darmian are all ruled out of the game through injury though none would have been expected to start the big game.
Speaking at a press conference ahead of tonight’s clash, Solskjaer was mainly quizzed on PSG absences rather than his own team’s injury list.
He said: “Of course any team which are missing players like Meunier or Cavani are feeling the affect.
“But it will give their other players a chance.
“It makes it more unpredictable for us, this time around we are guessing a bit how they are going to come.”