Both Manchester City and PSG can qualify from Champions League Group A on Tuesday. That will be the case if Leipzig beat Brugge on the same evening. Manchester City come into this game top of the group, a point ahead of opponents PSG. City have won their last three games and have had great success in the Champions League this season. Two games have seen ten goals scored, though four have been conceded. That makes it seven in a row won at home at the Etihad in this competition. A win over PSG will see them into the knockout stages and a draw will be enough after two big wins over Brugges.
PSG beat Manchester 2-0 at home and another win will see them safely in the last 16. A loss could make life a little bit difficult if Brugges (their final opponents) were to beat Leipzig to go within a point of the French side. A lot of interest will be on Pochettino, who may well end up becoming the new Manchester United boss soon. PSG have won both of their home games in this group but have drawn both of their away fixtures. They lost at City last season and the tip here is for a home victory.