Manchester City are a win away from the Champions League semi-finals.
In qualifying for the quarter-finals, this is already Manchester City's best ever Champions League campaign.
And an excellent result in Paris last week means they are now only a win (or draw, if it's 0-0 or 1-1) away from reaching the last four.
As such, the Etihad Stadium is expecting its highest-ever attendance for a European fixture, with around 53,000 fans flocking to north east Manchester - more than double the amount that turned out the last time PSG were in town.
And Vincent Kompany and Raheem Sterling aside, they'll be treated to City's strongest possible XI, with danger man Kevin de Bruyne, who opened the scoring in Paris, sufficiently rested having sat out the first hour of Saturday's win against West Brom.
The Parisiens on the other hand, are without key men David Luiz and Blaise Matuidi through suspension, while Marco Verratti has failed to recover in time.
Having already been crowned Ligue 1 champions in March, Laurent Blanc's men have been able to focus all their attention on tonight's fixture.
Talisman Zlatan Ibrahimovic has scored in five consecutive Champions League matches for the third time in his career.
Here's how the two teams line up...
- Joe Hart
- Gaël Clichy
- Eliaquim Mangala
- Nicolás Otamendi
- Bacary Sagna
- Kevin De Bruyne
- Jesús Navas
- David Silva
- Sergio Agüero
Substitutes: Willy Caballero, Aleksandar Kolarov, Pablo Zabaleta, Fabian Delph, Yaya Touré, Wilfried Bony, Kelechi Iheanacho.
- Kevin Trapp
- Serge Aurier
- Thiago Silva
- Gregory van der Wiel
- Ángel di María
- Thiago Motta
- Adrien Rabiot
- Edinson Cavani
- Zlatan Ibrahimović
Substitutes: Presnel Kimpembe, Layvin Kurzawa, Javier Pastore, Benjamin Stambouli, Hervin Ongenda.