PSG responded to last week’s draw with a comfortable 2-0 Ligue 1 win over Guingamp, Laurent Blanc opting to rest a number of first-team players ahead of the trip to Manchester, including Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Angel Di Maria, Edinson Cavani, Thiago Motta and Thiago Silva.

Blanc is still seething that his side could not build on the 2-1 lead they held in the second half against City but remains confident in their chances of going through, even though only two of the last 11 teams to draw a Champions League knockout tie 2-2 at home in the first leg have progressed.

“This morning, I’ve watched it once again and I assure you that we should have won that game,” he said. “But we didn’t. We should stop talking about this.

“We have to plan the next game, a second leg that will be as difficult as the first one, but I think we are able to do something.”

PSG hope to have goalkeeper Kevin Trapp available after he was substituted with a knee problem on Saturday, but Marco Verratti (groin) and Javier Pastore (calf) will not be fit. David Luiz and Blaise Matuidi both miss out due to suspension.

The home side could welcome back captain Vincent Kompany from a calf problem, while David Silva is expected to return after being rested for Saturday’s 2-1 win over West Brom. Raheem Sterling (groin) is still out but Sergio Aguero should be fit despite picking up a knock.

Samir Nasri, who scored the winner on his comeback from injury against Tony Pulis’ side, is ineligible.