In a sentence: Paris Saint Germain host Real Madrid on Wednesday, hoping to overcome a two-goal deficit.
Last time: The reverse fixture saw a heavy win for Zinedine Zidane’s side. Despite Adrien Rabiot opening the scoring, a penalty scored by Cristiano Ronaldo brought the home side level, before the Portuguese forward added a second, and Marcelo put the nail in the coffin with a third.
This time: PSG are evens to win, with Real Madrid at 12/5 and a draw 13/4.
You might remember: PSG’s only win over Madrid this decade in a 3-1 win in the International Champions Cup offseason tournament. The two sides, made up predominantly of reserves, saw Jonathan Ikone score first, before Thomas Meunier provided a brace and Marcelo pulled one back from the penalty spot.