The Champions League knockout stages continue tonight, as two of the competition favourites go head-to-head in the quarter-finals.
So here are all the latest details on the UCL clash between Bayern Munich and PSG.
Bayern vs PSG Date & Kick-Off Time
All four of the UCL quarter-final matches will be played over two legs, with each team playing one leg at home.
The first leg between Bayern Munich and PSG will take place at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday, 7 April at 3pm ET / 8pm BST.
The return leg will be played at the Parc des Princes on Tuesday, 13 April, which will also be a 3pm ET / 8pm BST kick-off.
Whichever side makes it through to the semi-finals will play either Man City or Dortmund on Tuesday, 27 April / Wednesday, 28 April, with the second leg set to take place on Tuesday, 4 / Wednesday, 5 May.
How to watch Bayern Munich vs PSG
If you are in the UK, BT Sport is the only place to watch all the Champions League matches as they take place.
BT Sport Bayern Munich vs PSG Schedule
UEFA Champions League Quarter-Final 1st Leg - From 7pm on Wednesday, 7 April (BT Sport 3)
UEFA Champions League Quarter-Final 2nd Leg - From 7pm on Tuesday, 13 April (BT Sport 3)
All times UK.
With exclusive matches all the way to the final, you’ll be able to watch on TV, online and on the BT Sport app for mobiles, tablets, smart TVs and games consoles.
You can purchase a Monthly Pass which gets you 30 days of BT Sport, contract-free, which will set you back £25.
How to watch UCL in the USA
In the USA, all Champions League matches are available live on CBS All Access, which is the network's online streaming service.
A select few, including the Champions League Final, will be shown on TV via CBS Sports Network.
CBS All Access starts at $5.99 a month, but it is offering a one-month free trial promotion for new subscribers through mid-August - users can cancel subscriptions at any time.
Both sides are missing key players in the quarters, most notably Bayern's Polish striker Robert Lewandowski, so how will they line up for the UCL quarter-final first leg?
Bayern Munich Predicted 11
We expect Choupo-Moting will step in for Lewandowski, with Serge Gnabry ruled out of the first leg due to having tested positive for the coronavirus.
Hansi Flick will be hoping the familiar midfield partnership of Goretzka and Kimmich will keep control of the tempo of the game.
Leroy Sane and Kingsley Coman will provide the pace on the flanks, with intelligent Thomas Muller floating around in attack.
Out: Robert Lewandowski (knee), Douglas Costa (ankle), Corentin Tolisso (tendon), Malik Tillman (ACL), Ron-Thorben Hoffmann (knee), Marc Roca (unspecified), Serge Gnabry (coronavirus)
PSG Predicted 11
Pochettino faces a real problem in midfield, as Marco Verratti has been ruled out due to Covid-19 while Danilo Pereira is suffering from an injury.
In addition, Leandro Paredes is facing a suspension, thus leaving no option but to recall Ander Herrera in the double-pivot alongside Idrissa Gueye.
PSG will have the privilege of starting the attacking trio of Angel Di Maria, Kylian Mbappe and Neymar this weekend while Moise Kean could the nod up front - Pochettino may use Draxler or Rafinha instead.
Out: Leandro Paredes (suspended), Marco Verratti (coronavirus), Alessandro Florenzi (coronavirus), Juan Bernat (ACL)
Doubtful: Danilo Pereira (calf), Layvin Kurzawa (calf), Mauro Icardi (thigh), Alexandre Letellier (thigh)
Bayern Munich have not been as clinical as they were last year but have still been a force to reckon with this season.
The German giants have excellent players in their ranks and hold a slight upper hand going into this game, having beaten PSG in the 2020 UCL final.
Last six games: LWWWWW
Latest outing: RB Leipzig 0-1 Bayern Munich, 03/04
Paris Saint-Germain are not having the best campaign at the moment and face intense competition from Lille, Monaco, and Lyon in the Ligue 1 title race.
The French champions did however beat Barcelona in the round-of-16 and will be intent on a similar result this week, especially with talesman Neymar back in the side!
Last six games: LWWLWL
Latest outing: PSG 0-1 Lille, 03/04
Bayern have goals in abundance even without Lewandowski, but the Bavarian giants cannot expect to march to an emphatic first-leg victory like they did against Lazio, even with PSG stuttering in Ligue 1.
The two teams both know each other's strengths and weaknesses as they prepare to renew hostilities once again, so we are backing a draw in the first leg of the quarter-final tie.
Bayern Munich 2-2 PSG