Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's quest to become the permanent manager of Manchester United will be put firmly to the test in the forthcoming month, as the Red Devils face eight season-determining matches. First, the visit of Paris Saint-Germain in tonight's Champions League showdown, where the Norwegian will experience the Champions League for the first time in his managerial career.
The French champions are without Neymar and Edinson Cavani - who both miss tonight's encounter at Old Trafford through injury - making the Premier League side favourites to come out on top. Solskjaer rested Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard for United's trip to Fulham in the league on Saturday, not that it made a difference to the top four chasers as they ran out comfortable 3-0 winners at Craven Cottage thanks to a brace from Paul Pogba and stunning solo effort from Anthony Martial.
It will certainly make a difference this evening though, as the 45-year-old can now throw his two most influential performers into the starting lineup knowing that they are well rested and chomping at the bit to make a name for themselves on the European main stage. Rashford especially, who is currently enjoying the best form of his career having scored four goals in his last six appearances for United.