The two sides were drawn against each other in what will arguably be the most intriguing encounter in the Champions League last 16 knockout stage.
The current Premier League leaders have recent history with PSG, knocking them out on away goals at the quarter-final stage last season before selling them David Luiz for a monster fee in the summer.
Les Parisiens aren’t having the best of seasons domestically, yet that hasn’t knocked their confidence as Brazilian ace Moura warns the West Londoners that they are much stronger this season.
“Of course [we can advance], we are stronger than last season. We changed a little during the recent break, we know it’s difficult to be in first place [in Ligue 1],” he was quoted as saying by Le10sport.com.
“Against Chelsea, it will be difficult, they are playing well in this moment. Last season we were eliminated, but we know that anything can happen in football.”
Laurent Blanc’s side currently lie in third place in the French top flight, four points behind league leaders Olympique Lyonnais after 21 matches.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic missed last season’s second-leg clash at Stamford Bridge through injury, with the tie ultimately swinging in the Blues’ favour thanks to a late Demba Ba goal.