All you need to know: Paris - Manchester City!
The stats, the stakes and the history ahead of Tuesday's UEFA Champions League group stage game.
A LITTLE HISTORY...
Paris Saint-Germain are meeting Manchester City for the sixth time in European competition: there was a UEFA Cup group game in Manchester on 3 December 2008 (0-0), a UEFA Champions League quarter-final (2-2 at the Parc des Princes on 06/04/16, and 0-1 in Manchester on 12/04/16) and last season's semi-final (1-2 on 28/04/21, 0-2 on 04/05/21)
It's the Club's 26th competitive meeting with an English club (Chelsea 8 matches, Arsenal 4, Liverpool 5, City 5, Manchester United 4) for seven wins, 8 draws and 10 defeats.
Six players have featured for both teams: Nicolas Anelka, Ali Benarbia, Djamel Belmadi, Sylvain Distin, Alioune Touré and George Weah.
Paris Saint-Germain is participating in its 30th European season since making their continental debut in 1982/83.
It will be Paris Saint-Germain's 129th UEFA Champions League game (69 wins, 24 draws and 35 defeats). It's the capital club's 241st European match* with 125 wins, 54 draws and 61 defeats so far.
It's Paris' 10th group stage participation since 2012. Only 5 other clubs have achieved that feat: Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, FC Barcelona, Juventus and Manchester City.
Along with Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and FC Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain are one of four clubs to have always qualified for the knockout stages since 2012/13.
Paris Saint-Germain have finished top of their group in the last four UEFA Champions League campaigns.
KEYS TO THE match...
Paris have scored in their last 33 group stage matches since a 1-0 defeat to Real Madrid on 3 November, 2015.
The capital club has won their last six competitive home games since losing 2-1 to Manchester City on 28 April.
*The stats include the European Super Cup but not the Intertoto Cup.