The French giants Paris Saint Germain are the huge favourites to get all the maximum three points due to their previous records against RB Leipzig.
The last time Paris Saint Germain played in the Champions League, they got an emphatic 2 - 0 win over English side Manchester City.
The last time RB Leipzig played in the Champions League, they suffered a 2 - 1 loss to Belgian side RB Leipzig.
The Paris Saint Germain head coach Mauricio Pochettino could also decide to rest some key players for their upcoming league matches.
Let's take a look at 4 key players that may miss PSG’s crucial UCL match against RB Leipzig;
1. ANDER HERRERA: The Spanish and Paris Saint Germain Midfielder Ander Herrera may miss their crucial UCL match due to a minor injury he suffered in their hard-fought victory over Angers.
2. NUNO MENDES: The Portugese and Paris Saint Germain full back Nuno Mendes didn't feature in their 2 - 1 win over Angers.
The Portugese and Paris Saint Germain Full back Nuno Mendes is once again expected to miss their crucial UCL match against RB Leipzig.
3. RAFINHA: The Spanish and Paris Saint Germain winger Rafinha suffered a minor injury during their 2 - 1 win over Angers.
The 27 years old Paris Saint Germain winger Rafinha may miss their crucial UCL match against RB Leipzig.
4. KEYLOR NAVAS: The Costa Rica and Paris Saint Germain goalkeeper Keylor Navas didn't play an part in their hard-fought victory over Angers.
The Costa Rica and Paris Saint Germain winger Keylor Navas is once again expected to miss their crucial UCL match against RB Leipzig.
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