Manchester United will be hoping to pull off a historic Champions League comeback when they take on Paris Saint-Germain at the Parc des Princes on Wednesday.
Having lost 2-0 at Old Trafford in the first game, Ole Gunnar Solskaer's men must now become the first team in Champions League history to overcome a two-goal deficit from the home leg.
That game remains their only defeat in 16 fixtures under the interim manager, and they are priced at 11/2 (6.50) 5 to make amends by coming out on top in the French capital.
However, Les Parisiens have only failed to win two of their 20 home games in all competitions this season, and are 1/2 (1.50) favourites to add to their aggregate lead with another victory.
Just one of the hosts' last 18 games has resulted in a draw, but there are odds of 19/5 (4.80) on them settling for a stalemate in this one.
Neymar remains sidelined with injury, although Thomas Meunier has recovered since the first leg and Edinson Cavani could be in contention for a place in the squad after returning to training.
Paul Pogba is suspended after being sent off in the first game, while Alexis Sanchez is ruled out after suffering knee ligament damage against Southampton at the weekend - joining juan Mata, Antonio Valencia, Ander Herrera, Nemanja Matic, Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard in the treatment room.
Goals at both ends
Despite being outclassed in the first leg and their extensive injury list, the Red Devils can at least hold out some hope for clawing back the deficit considering they have found the net in all 20 of their away games this season.
Averaging 2.5 goals a game on the road under Solskjaer, they may well cause problems for a PSG defence that has conceded in 10 of their previous 11 Champions League matches.
However, with Thomas Tuchel's side having scored 35 goals in their last 10 Champions League games in their own back yard, odds of 3/4 (1.75) are well worth backing on them joining United on the scoresheet.