Manchester United are set to welcome Paris Saint-Germain to Old Trafford in the Champions League on Wednesday night.
One point from our penultimate game will be enough to book our place in the round of 16 prior to next week’s trip to RB Leipzg.
We were 2-1 winners away to the French champions at the start of the group stage back in October.
Ahead of the game Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has spoken to the media at this pre-match press conference and given a team news and injury update.
Our biggest concern is arguably David de Gea after the Spaniard went off at half-time in our win over Southampton over the weekend, after colliding with the post.
Ole’s update on our goalkeeper to MUTV:
“David trained well today, as did the rest of the group. It was a good session.”
Luke Shaw is only recently back in training, and although Ole has today said the left-back isn’t far away from making his return, you have to expect Alex Telles to start this one.
The defender has missed our three games with a hamstring injury following the international break. The boss said:
“Luke is probably the biggest doubt but the rest of them are holding their hands up saying: ‘I’m ready’. Luke isn’t too far away so let’s see what we do with him for tomorrow.”
The only confirmed absentee is Phil Jones. The centre-back has been out for a while now.