CLUB BRUGGE host Paris Saint-Germain tonight as Lionel Messi prepares to make his first European appearance for the French side. PSG are amongst
CLUB BRUGGE host Paris Saint-Germain tonight as Lionel Messi prepares to make his first European appearance for the French side.
PSG are amongst the favourites to lift the trophy this year and will want to get off to a winning start in Belgium.
- Kick-off time: 8pm BST
- TV channel: BT Sport ESPN
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Messi will be desperate to help PSG towards their first Champions League crown[/caption]
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What is the team news?
The hosts will be without Eder Balanta after he was forced off at the weekend with a hip injury.
Aston Villa loanee Wesley is lacking match fitness, while Bas Dost looks set to lead the line.
For the visitors, Messi is set to start with Neymar also expected to be in the XI.
Sergio Ramos, Marco Verratti and Layvin Kurzawa are all unavailable through injury, while Angel Di Maria is suspended.