Arsenal host Paris Saint-Germain tomorrow in an intriguing Champions League tie that will decide the outcome of the group, as the winner will top the group due to holding the advantage over the other on head-to-head.
Since they drew 1-1 at the Parc des Princes in the opening week of the competition, both sides have won all three matches since to seal their spot in the knock-out stages with two games to spare. Despite that, there’s still everything to play for.
Ahead of the match, we’ve identified three key things to look out for. Hit the navigation buttons below to advance!
Giroud looking to shine
Olivier Giroud was the hero at the weekend against Manchester United after he came on the bench to score a last-gasp equaliser and the Frenchman is now vying to start against PSG, with his last start coming last time out in the Champions League win over Ludogorets.
Giroud has a decent record for Arsenal but needs to prove himself as the best option moving forward for the Gunners. If he has a top game tomorrow though, the Frenchman will certainly put himself in good standing.