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Summary

  1. Cavani heads in unmarked from Matuidi cross
  2. Ivanovic heads Blues in front
  3. Goal created by Terry cross and Cahill flick-on

Live Reporting

By Gary Rose

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    That just about wraps things up for tonight. The Champions League knockout stages hardly began with fireworks, with both games ending in cagey draws.

    There is always tomorrow, though, when Real Madrid take centre stage. Until then, goodbye.

  2. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Tom Hurrell: Chelsea were lucky to get a draw. Negative, and if it wasn't for Courtois... was that a good advert for the Premier League?

    Niall Lenihan: Chelsea were very poor tonight. Cahill was at fault for PSG goal. Chelsea need more bite away from home.

    Anhar: I think everyone's forgetting that this was a typical Chelsea performance away from home. At Stamford Bridge they'll attack a lot more.

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  3. Manager reaction

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    More from Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho: "We had the ball, we had control of the game and moved the ball really well. In the second half we lost control. I refuse to say my players were not good.

    "We have one month to forget the Champions League, we have one month to play the Premier League and the Capital One Cup final.

    On picking his goalkeeper: "I try to read the situation. I try to predict the profile of the game, the reality is that it is easy, they are both phenomenal goalkeepers. If football was nine players plus two goalkeepers we would be on the moon."

    On the goal: "All the defenders had a feeling for a goal and it was important because a draw. I don't think favourites, Champions League knockout, last-16, top players, 1-1, never creates a clear favourite. We have a slight advantage, maybe a mental advantage."

  4. Player reaction

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard, speaking on Uefa.com: "Looking at how the game went, it's logical for us.

    "I think we could have done better considering we've been one up. It's a good result for us. We know that at Stamford Bridge, we're stronger."

  5. Post update

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Former Man Utd and England full-back Phil Neville

    in Paris for 5 live Sport

    "I think Gary Cahill will start the return leg. Kurt Zouma has been playing well but he's not the finished article. Mourinho will pick games for Zouma and I don't think the Champions League quarter-final is the right game to blood a young centreback.

    "I've been a senior player with youngsters coming in, and you can definitely feel the pressure. These youngsters aren't getting level, they're rising above you and getting better. It's difficult to deal with - you feel secure in the team and then all of a sudden you have to raise your game and find a way to improve your own performance."

  6. Post update

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Matuidi

    Interesting from Phil Neville, who says he scouted PSG's Blaise Matuidi - one of the more impressive players on show tonight - for Manchester United last January and a deal was almost completed.

    "We wanted to sign him," he says. "We were really interested."

    What might have been, if deals like this one had come off...

  7. Player reaction

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Branislav Ivanovic

    Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic, speaking to Sky Sports: "We deserved the positive result. It was a great flick from Gary Cahill and I naturally go forward to try and get the goal. We have great defenders who always try to go for the goal and defend for the team but I think everyone did well today.

    "PSG had three proper strikers play the game and it was very difficult to close everything down. Thibaut Courtois made amazing saves, at the moment we don't which of our goalkeepers [are better] - they are both fantastic and it a great feeling to have someone behind you who is doing something special."

  8. Player reaction

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    PSG defender David Luiz, speaking on Uefa: "Without their goalkeeper, we would have won this game. He was great. We did well. They got one goal from one opportunity, but I think we can go through over there."

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    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Jake Pincombe: Chelsea missed Fabregas today. What? He was playing?

    Joe Murphy: He'll get a league medal, but as an Arsenal fan I can tell you that Fabregas disappears in the second half of the season...

    Iain Moss: The more I watch Cavani play, the more desperate I become to see him in a United shirt. The complete striker.

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  10. Post update

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    The return leg, by the way, is on Wednesday 11 March. Plenty of time for those five players Jose Mourinho mentions to get back up to speed.

  11. Manager reaction

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Jose Mourinho looks on

    Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho, speaking to ITV1: "We could have lost, so I think the result is a positive one. I don't say very good because it depends on the result of the second leg but it is a positive result against a very good team with fantastic technical players. It was a difficult match."

    Did Chelsea get away with it? "When you see the performance of our goalkeeper you have to say yes, he made two or three important saves in the game.

    "Sometimes people speak about the players when they are injured and do not play. There are injured players who play, they don't train to play. I had five players in this game who did not train since Everton. We felt that a little.

    "I am happy with the result because two legs is now one leg with everything to be decided at Stamford Bridge."

  12. Post update

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Former Man Utd and England full-back Phil Neville

    in Paris for 5 live Sport

    "Gary Cahill, as a centreback, shouldn't go outside the width of his keeper's posts. He got attracted towards the ball and that's why it looked like a gaping hole in which Cavani rose to score.

    "From what I've seen tonight, and I'm a fan of Cahill and he's the best centreback in the England team, but he's been left out for recent high-profile games against Manchester City and Liverpool and there was hesitancy and doubt in his mind tonight. There were moments when a confident Cahill would have won the ball. He's feeling the pressure of Zouma, because Terry's form is not dropping.

    "It's between Cahill and Zouma as to who will partner Terry."

  13. Post update

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    QPR midfielder Joey Barton: "PSG much improved in the second half. Deserved a draw at least. Thought Marquinhos and Verratti were excellent. Still fancy Chelsea to progress.

    "Thought Zlatan was the more negative part of his unpredictable self tonight. Cavani offers so much more through the middle."

  14. FULL-TIME

    Football League

    It has ended 3-3 at the New York Stadium, where second-placed Derby came back from 3-1 down to snatch a point against Rotherham. In the other 19:45 GMT Championship kick-off, Blackburn have also nicked a point, with Rudy Gestede's 90th-minute goal giving them a 1-1 draw at Cardiff. In the 20:00 GMT kick-off it remains Reading 0-1 Wigan with about 10 minutes to play. In League One, Bristol City are looking very healthy at the top of the table following a routine 2-0 home win over Peterborough. MK Dons are second after Dele Alli's goal gave them a 1-0 win at Colchester. There were also wins for Doncaster (2-1 at home to Crewe), Sheffield United (2-1 at Notts County) and Scunthorpe (2-0 at home to Chesterfield). Mansfield beat Luton in League Two's only game of the night.

  15. Diego Costa's touch map

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Diego Costa

    As Phil Neville mentions, Diego Costa was off the pace today, not one touch inside the PSG area.

  16. Post update

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Former Man Utd and England full-back Phil Neville

    in Paris for 5 live Sport

    "It's always better as a side when you can keep your rhythm. Diego Costa had three games out before today, and we all thought he'd enjoy the rest, but now it'll take him a few games to get up to speed with this level of football.

    "Chelsea looked well short of the drive and energy going forward in the second half. I think Jose Mourinho will be well pleased with the point."

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    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Wrong Footed: Good result for Chelsea. PSG looked more threatening as the game went on. That away goal could prove decisive again.

    Tor Noppharat: I've no complaints there. Chelsea played badly, but have not lost. They got an away goal and an improved result from last year.

    Mark Wilkins: Mourinho will be pleased with that resul. A draw in Paris and an away goal too. Advantage Chelsea!

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  18. Player reaction

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    John Terry applauds at full-time

    Chelsea captain John Terry, speaking to ITV1: "Both teams were feeling each other in the first half, Thibaut Courtois pulled off some great saves and we go away with a happy draw. Last year we made it very difficult for ourselves but we are in a lot better position now.

    "PSG keep the ball very well, David Luiz's range of passing is very good so they were able to stretch us but I thought it was very even tonight.

    "Branislav Ivanovic has been different class defensively this year and always has been, attacking he always poses a great threat."

  19. Elsewhere in the Champions League

    It is also all over in the other Champions League last-16 first leg match, with Bayern Munich drawing 0-0 at Shakhtar Donetsk.

  20. Post update

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Former Man Utd and England full-back Phil Neville

    in Paris for 5 live Sport

    "That was a brilliant second half. The intensity rose, and that was all down to PSG. Moving Cavani up front was a masterstroke from Laurent Blanc. PSG fully deserved the draw and could have gone on to win the game. Chelsea will be happy to take that draw back to Stamford Bridge. I cannot wait for the second leg."

  21. League One latest

    The comeback is complete for Derby, who have drawn level at 3-3 with Rotherham in the Championship. Darren Bent (remember him?) has scored the equaliser for Steve McClaren's men. Elsewhere in the Championship, Cardiff lead 1-0 against Blackburn thanks to Sean Morrison's goal. In League One, Paddy Madden has scored for Scunthorpe to make it 2-0 against Chesterfield and Richie Wellens' goal has given Doncaster a 2-1 lead against Crewe.

  22. FULL-TIME

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Jose Mourinho and David Luiz

    All over and Jose Mourinho shakes hands with Laurent Blanc. Mourinho will be the happier of the two bosses, but Blanc will not too displeased either.

  23. CLOSE!

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic heads towards goal

    So close! Zlatan Ibrahimovic heads a cross into the floor six yards out and the ball bounces up, Thibaut Courtois reacts well to push the ball over.

  24. Post update

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Two minutes added on and you sense both sides are happy to take a draw. Neither side are taking any risks.

  25. Post update

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Former Man Utd and England full-back Phil Neville

    in Paris for 5 live Sport

    "I think 1-1 is not a bad result for PSG - they know that a goal away at Stamford Bridge and they could easily be heading through."

  26. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Kanayo Umeogu: I can't remember the last time I saw Chelsea play so poorly. PSG didn't even need a goalie in this second half.

    The Arch: Fabregas has offered nothing since around October time. Passenger.

    Saint Patrick: Good solid substitution pulling Willian from the game - he was left behind in London, really.

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  27. Post update

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Javier Pastore has certainly looked lively since his introduction, he plays a clever flick between two defenders for Blaise Matuidi, but he can't get his shot off. PSG are on the hunt, though.

  28. Post update

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Edinson Cavani goes for the spectacular with an attempt at an overhead volley as Javier Pastore hooks the ball into the centre of the area, he fails to connect with the ball, but that is about the only thing he has done wrong in this game.

  29. Post update

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Former Man Utd and England full-back Phil Neville

    in Paris for 5 live Sport

    Loic Remy is substituted for Diego Costa

    "Diego Costa was really disappointing, from the first few minutes when it was obvious his first touch wasn't quite there. It's so hard to be put back in into a match of this significance."

  30. SUBSTITUTION

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Diego Costa's game is also over, the striker is replaced by Loic Remy for the final few minutes.

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    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Marco Verratti

    Dave: What a player Verratti looks! Van Gaal put a bid in please!

    Tom Lane: Costa seems a tad subdued after his ban. Don't write him off though.

    Mich in Leeds: Is it Kick Hazard day? He's been kicked up and down the Parc des Princes all game!

  32. SUBSTITUTION

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    A change for PSG now as Javier Pastore, who scored in PSG's 3-1 win at Parc des Princes in last year's quarter-final with Chelsea, comes on for Ezequiel Lavezzi. Cesc Fabregas is then replaced by Oscar for Chelsea.

  33. Post update

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Former Man Utd and England full-back Phil Neville

    in Paris for 5 live Sport

    "Cuadrado will provide Chelsea with massive running ability down the right-hand side. If Chelas get pinned back he can break for them - he has so much pace and energy."

  34. CLOSE!

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Brilliant work by Edinson Cavani as he shows great footwork to evade two defenders inside the area and give himself sight of goal, he pokes an effort towards the far corner but it drifts just wide of the post. So close.

  35. SUBSTITUTION

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Jose Mourinho makes his first change of the game, as Juan Cuadrado replaces Willian. Loic Remy also looks set to come on, as he receives some instructions from Mourinho.

  36. YELLOW CARD

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Marco Veratti has thrown himself into a few challenges and he is finally brought up on it by the referee, who books him for diving in on Eden Hazard.

  37. Post update

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    David Luiz reacts

    David Luiz's first game in midfield for PSG did not look to be working particularly well in the first half, but he is certainly much more involved in this half.

    He is getting back to pick up the ball from defence and then is quickly up to support attacks, but they are not being direct enough. Chelsea are coping well with things at the moment.

  38. Football League latest

    There is a belting game taking place at the New York Stadium, where it is now Rotherham 3-2 Derby. Matt Derbyshire's goal had put the Millers firmly in control but Tom Ince's second of the game has pulled second-placed Derby back into it. Only one goal in the other two games and it separates Wigan and Reading in favour of the former. In League One, Doncaster and Crewe are level at 1-1 with Dean Furman's goal bringing Rovers back into the game.

  39. Post update

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    This is David Luiz's moment. PSG win a free-kick, 30 yards from goal and Luiz fancies it. He steps back, runs up and...strikes the wall. Relief in the away end.

  40. Post update

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Former Man Utd and England full-back Phil Neville

    in Paris for 5 live Sport

    "I've just seen Jose Mourinho on the sidelines, signalling furiously. I just wonder if Diego Costa, who's been out for a while, won't last the full 90 minutes..."

  41. Post update

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Some defending to do for Diego Costa as he volleys clear an Ezequiel Lavezzi free-kick. The striker then gets back up the pitch as Cesc Fabregas tries to make something happen on the right, but he can't get past Maxwell.

  42. Post update

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Didier Drogba

    Didier Drogba looks deep in thought sat on the Chelsea bench. Does Jose Mourinho bring him on for Diego Costa, who has been very quiet?

    Drogba has scored against PSG for Guingamp, Marseille and Chelsea, but his only goals at Parc des Princes were a brace back in 2004 - Jose Mourinho's first European game in charge of Chelsea.

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    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Farhan Ahmed: This is Jose's Chelsea. The man gets results when it matters, how do you explain Chelsea always scoring against the run of play?

    Chris Barbrook: I'd take Ibrahimovic over Costa. Costa gets too many suspensions - he'll be sent off before the end of the match!

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  44. Elsewhere in Europe

    Bayern down to 10 men

    Xabi Alonso is shown a red card

    This could make things interesting. Xabi Alonso is sent off for Bayern Munich against Shakhtar Donetsk on his 100th Champions League appearance. It is still goalless, the home side could fancy themselves now.

    Follow updates via our separate live coverage.

  45. CLOSE!

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Edinson Cavani is fouled by Branislav Ivanovic

    Edinson Cavani is giving the Chelsea defence plenty to think about and Branislav Ivanovic has no intention of letting him get away, fouling the striker and getting a yellow card. Ezequiel Lavezzi takes the free kick and David Luiz's header is pushed over by Thiabut Courtois. Close.

  46. Football League latest

    Bristol City have strengthened their grip on the game against Peterborough at the start of the second half with Kieran Agard making it 2-0 courtesy of his ninth goal of the season. Elsewhere, Niall Canavan has given Scunthorpe the lead against Chesterfield. There has also been a early goal in the Championship, and it has gone to Rotherham, who have reclaimed the lead against Derby thanks to Richard Smallwood's free-kick. It is half-time at the Madejski Stadium, where Jason Pearce's first goal for Wigan has given them a 1-0 lead at Reading and the scent of a first league win in eight games.

  47. Post update

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Diego Costa of Chelsea clashes with David Luiz

    David Luiz coaxes a bite out of Diego Costa, going in heavy on the Chelsea striker with a challenge and Costa stands up to the former Chelsea defender, puffing out his chest but keeps his cool, for now.

  48. Post update

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Former Man Utd and England full-back Phil Neville

    in Paris for 5 live Sport

    "Chelsea are dropping far, far too deep. They need to enjoy some possession of the football, because they are currently inviting pressure. But this is fantastic from PSG, forcing Courtois into an excellent double save."

  49. CLOSE!

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic shoots

    Chelsea are hanging on now as a rampant PSG charge forward, urged on by the vocal home crowd. First, Thibaut Courtois denies Zlatan Ibrahimovic's close-range drive but the ball runs loose, Ezequiel Lavezzi pounces on it and looks certain to score, but Cesar Azpilicueta clears off the line.

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    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Andrew Anderson: Cavani scores, game on! Forgot he was on the pitch if I'm being honest.

    Ash Williams: How can none of the five Chelsea players pick up Cavani? Shocking. Come on PSG!

    Shohidur Rahman: Free header against Chelsea defence? That's a gift.

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  51. Post update

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Still, Chelsea have that all important away goal. They attempt to grab a second as Cesc Fabregas whips in a corner, but it is too close to Salvatore Sirigu, who confidently claims the ball.

  52. Elsewhere in the Champions League

    Xabi Alonso on the ball

    It is goalless in the other Champions League game between Shakhtar Donetsk and Bayern Munich.

    The German side, who won 8-0 in the Bundesliga at the weekend, have managed just a solitary shot on target. Surely things will get better in the second half?

    Keep an eye on the action in our separate live coverage.

  53. Post update

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea

    Former Man Utd and England full-back Phil Neville

    in Paris for 5 live Sport

    "That's the first time in the game that PSG have got players en masse in the box. That's where Cavani likes to play, on the edge of the six yard line. A mistake from Gary Cahill who got sucked towards the ball, but a great header from Cavani, into the ground and in."

  54. GOAL

    PSG 1-1 Chelsea - Edinson Cavani

    Edinson Cavani celebrates

    There it is! PSG are level and it is poor from a defensive point of view for Chelsea. Blaise Matuidi floats a perfect cross into the middle area and Edinson Cavani is allowed all the space in the world to rise and head in. Too easy.

  55. Post update

    PSG 0-1 Chelsea

    The referee finally dips into his pocket for a card, booking PSG right back Gregory Van der Wiel for a foul on Eden Hazard.

  56. Post update

    PSG 0-1 Chelsea

    Branislav Ivanovic wanders forward once again and he is picked out by Eden Hazard on the right, The full-back crosses but can't find the yellow shirt of a Chelsea team-mate inside the area. Chance gone.

  57. Post update

    PSG 0-1 Chelsea

    Former Man Utd and England full-back Phil Neville

    in Paris for 5 live Sport

    "PSG have upped the intensity, with Cavani now up front. They are offering sustained attacks, and Chelsea must ensure they do not drop off in this second half."

  58. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    PSG 0-1 Chelsea

    Bimma: Can't see PSG doing anything tonight. Chelsea too strong and tactically better.

    Objective Kritic: Chelsea have to raise the intensity and show we are the better prepared and rested team in the second half. Let's kill the tie, lads!

    Deniz Eras: The game is not over. Chelsa need to keep focusing and bring the game to PSG. Let's attack and win for once, not park the bus!

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  59. Post update

    PSG 0-1 Chelsea

    Laurent Blanc instructs from the touchline

    With the words of Laurent Blanc most likely still ringing in their ears, PSG are unsurprisingly quick on the attack.

    Marco Verratti cleverly flicks the ball over two defenders for Maxwell, who makes the return pass on the left side of the Chelsea area. Verratti then tries to wriggle his way into the box but the ball gets caught under his feet and Chelsea clear.

  60. KICK-OFF

    PSG 0-1 Chelsea

    We are back under way.

  61. Post update

    PSG 0-1 Chelsea

    Chelsea

    Despite having to defend for long periods of the game, Chelsea have had a lot of possession. It has definitely not been a one-sided affair, with Chelsea doing what they have to do and doing it well. PSG have not lost a game at home since May, could that record come to an end tonight?

  62. Post update

    PSG 0-1 Chelsea

    Jose Mourinho

    What does Jose Mourinho do in the second half? Does he do what the Chelsea coach driver could not manage before the game and park the bus (last one, I promise), or go for a second and leave PSG with a real mountain to climb?

  63. Post update

    PSG 0-1 Chelsea

    Former Man Utd and England full-back Phil Neville

    in Paris for 5 live Sport

    "I definitely think the referee should have given a yellow card by now. The tackles are still flying in and the players are still being aggressive. Ibrahimovic and Matic should have been booked - if those players were on yellow cards the tempo of the game would have dropped.

    "Chelsea have got that away goal. That man Ivanovic - he comes up trumps on the big occasions. And Courtois has made three excellent saves. Selections already paying off for Mourinho."

  64. HALF-TIME

    Football League latest

    Both of the 19:45 GMT kick-offs in the Championship are level, with Rotherham drawing 1-1 at home against Derby and Cardiff and Blackburn goalless. In League One, leaders Bristol City lead 1-0 against Peterborough thanks to Aden Flint's goal. Notts County and Sheffield United are drawing 1-1 and Scunthorpe are being held 0-0 at home by Chesterfield. MK Dons and Crewe are both winning 1-0 away from home at Colchester and Doncaster respectively. The night's sole League Two game sees Mansfield lead Luton 1-0 thanks to Rakish Bingham's goal.

  65. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    PSG 0-1 Chelsea

    Dan Walker on Twitter

    "Was Gary Cahill 'daring to Zlatan' with that flick for the goal? #PSGvCFC #DontTellZlatan"

  66. Face-off?

    PSG 0-1 Chelsea

    David Beckham and Sir Alex Ferguson

    Two famous faces in the Parc des Princes stands. "A wonderful boy," is how Sir Alex described David Beckham in his autobiography.

    No flying football boots spotted yet...

  67. HALF-TIME

    PSG 0-1 Chelsea

    Chelsea players celebrate

    So far so good for Chelsea, they've dealt with what PSG have thrown at them, and nicked a goal. Chelsea have the advantage at the break.

  68. Post update

    PSG 0-1 Chelsea

    David Luiz

    Cheeky from David Luiz. The referee whips out his magic spray, draws the line for the free-kick but Luiz smudges it a little over to the left. Zlatan Ibrahimovic steps up for the free-kick but launches it well over the bar.

  69. Text us on 81111

    PSG 0-1 Chelsea

    Lisa in London: Jose's bus is beautifully parked and polished. Soak up the pressure and nick a goal against the run of play. Another vital goal from Ivanovic!

    Yousif Hameed: Terry to Cahill to Ivanovic. Who needs strikers?

    Matt from Kent: Can anyone else hear a bus reversing?

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  70. Post update

    PSG 0-1 Chelsea

    Does Branislav Ivanovic score meaningless goals? He has got the winners against Liverpool and Aston Villa in recent weeks, and now has a potentially crucial one in this tie.

    PSG are back on the attack and have a good chance as Nemanja Matic catches Marco Veratti just outside the Chelsea area...

  71. Football League latest

    The deadlock in the Championship is broken and it is a potentially big goal for struggling Wigan, who have taken the lead at Reading through Jason Pearce. You wait ages for one goal and then three come at once... Rotherham took a surprise lead against second-placed Derby through Paul Green but then immediately conceded, with Tom Ince firing home. There has also been a goal in League Two, with Rakish Bingham making it Mansfield 1-0 Luton. In League One, Sheffield United and Notts County are drawing 1-1. Jamie Murphy with the opener for United before Liam Noble equalised.

  72. Post update

    PSG 0-1 Chelsea

    Chelsea players celebrate

    Branislav Ivanovic's goal was Chelsea's first non-blocked shot of the game tonight. PSG have been the better side, had the better chances but one shot on target and one goal for Chelsea. Clinical.

  73. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    PSG 0-1 Chelsea

    Oliver Cook: I swear Ivanovic only scores important goals!

    Ian Charris: Time for the Chelsea parked bus! Sneaky away goal...

    Hashim: A goal made and scored completely by defenders. That's total football for you!

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  74. Post update

    PSG 0-1 Chelsea

    Former Man Utd and England full-back Phil Neville

    in Paris for 5 live Sport

    Branislav Ivanovic celebrates

    "Chelsea worked the cross really well. Terry whipped the ball into the box, on by Cahill with a deft flick, and how many times have we seen this from Ivanovic? He always delivers in the big games!"

  75. GOAL

    PSG 0-1 Chelsea - Branislav Ivanovic

    Branislav Ivanovic heads in the opening goal

    Branislav Ivanovic does it again! He gets in the right place at the right time to fire Chelsea in front and it comes from quite an unusual attacking combination. John Terry swings in the cross, Gary Cahill flicks it on and Ivanovic reacts superbly to power in the header.

  76. CLOSE!

    PSG 0-0 Chelsea

    Cesar Azpilicueta takes no chances with an Ezequiel Lavezzi cross, chesting behind for a corner. Lavezzi takes it, hitting it hard and low towards the near post where Edinson Cavani runs to power in a header that Thibaut Courtois pushes behind.

  77. Post update

    PSG 0-0 Chelsea

    Diego Costa on the ball

    Diego Costa, who has not played in Chelsea's last three games because of suspension, does look little short of match awareness, if not match fitness. He takes a second too long to make a decision when he is in possession and has not yet been able to have an impact in this game, yet.

  78. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    PSG 0-0 Chelsea

    Mike Hall: Does anyone, save the bookies oddly enough, think PSG have a chance against this full-strength and rested Chelsea team?

    MW Goldfix: Ibrahimovic is a flat track bully. He's never delivered on the big stage.

    Matthew Smith: Poor ball retention from Chelsea so far. PSG have the midfield under control. More needed from Fabregas and Ramires.

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  79. Post update

    PSG 0-0 Chelsea

    ...the boos ring out as Cesc Fabregas curls the free-kick towards the far post, aiming for John Terry, but Salvatore Sirigu is off his line and punches clear.

  80. Post update

    PSG 0-0 Chelsea

    Eden Hazard 's dinking run draws a foul out of Marco Verratti and Chelsea have a free-kick in a promising position, just to the right of the area...

  81. Post update

    PSG 0-0 Chelsea

    Cesar Azpilicueta is caught in no man's land as Gregory Van der Wiel races onto a ball over the defence, he squares a low pass into the middle of the area but Gary Cahill hoofs clear before any PSG player can pounce.

  82. Post update

    PSG 0-0 Chelsea

    Chelsea get into the opposition area for the first time as Eden Hazard comes in from the left, but Salvatore Sirigu leaps out to cling onto Hazard's cross-shot.

  83. Post update

    PSG 0-0 Chelsea

    A mistake by Chelsea allows PSG to embark on a counter, but it is not a flowing one and poor passing allows Chelsea to recover before Blaise Matuidi's cross is held by Thibaut Courtois.

  84. Post update

    PSG 0-0 Chelsea

    Former Man Utd and England full-back Phil Neville

    in Paris for 5 live Sport

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic runs with the ball

    "Both defences are playing exactly the same. Both drop off once their teams lose possession, not allowing any space behind for any of the dangerous strikers.

    "In the last 10 minutes Zlatan is seeing a lot of the ball and is really starting to become an influence."

  85. Post update

    PSG 0-0 Chelsea

    All very chess-like as Chelsea slowly try to build an attack, after a couple of nervy moments in defence, passing across the middle, patiently searching for an opening. None forthcoming so far.

  86. Post update

    PSG 0-0 Chelsea

    Thiago Silva clatters into Diego Costa as the two challenge for the ball. Classic Thiago, but the referee gives the free-kick in PSG's favour. A rare moment of action for Costa, with Chelsea having plenty of defending to do so far.

  87. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    PSG 0-0 Chelsea

    Claude Makelele, Chelsea

    Brandon Clarke: Luiz is comfortable on the ball and not scared of a challenge. I'm backing him to perform the 'Makelele' role perfectly tonight.

    Mark Wilkins: I'm not a Chelsea supporter but I think they'll have a little too much for PSG, even in Paris...

    Rohith Reddy J: Quality all over the pitch for both teams. Congested midfield. Excellent defences.

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  88. Post update

    PSG 0-0 Chelsea

    Edinson Cavani

    Edinson Cavani has been lively in these opening stages, heavily involved in PSG's best attacking play. He's been in good form in the Champions League so far this season and he could well be the difference tonight.

  89. Post update

    PSG 0-0 Chelsea

    The home crowd have responded to those two chances and are in full voice. It's a very intimidating atmosphere at the Parc des Princes for the visitors.

    Again, PSG come forward as Edinson Cavani tries to send Gregory Van der Wiel away down the right, but the ball is too heavy and goes out of play.

  90. Football League latest

    No goals in the Championship yet but League One leaders Bristol City have made the perfect start to the evening with the opening goal at Ashton Gate against Peterborough. Aden Flint with the goal. George Ray has scored his second goal of the season for Crewe to give them a 1-0 lead at Doncaster. It is 0-0 everywhere else, including in the night's sole League Two game between Mansfield and Luton.

  91. Post update

    PSG 0-0 Chelsea

    Former Man Utd and England full-back Phil Neville

    in Paris for 5 live Sport

    "Two great saves from Courtois. Wonderful in the box from Matuidi, and an early warning there for Chelsea. PSG obviously love getting forward."

  92. GREAT SAVE!

    PSG 0-0 Chelsea

    And again from Thibaut Courtois as he reacts well to deny a point-blank Zlatan Ibrahimovic effort. A warning for Chelsea that this will not be easy.

  93. GREAT SAVE!

    PSG 0-0 Chelsea

    Suddenly, PSG come alive! Edinson Cavani lifts the ball into the area for the unmarked Blaise Matuidi, whose rasping header is palmed away by Thibaut Courtois.

  94. Post update

    PSG 0-0 Chelsea

    PSG have identified Chelsea's main dangerman, with Eden Hazard being given no space at all. As soon as the ball comes out to him, he is swarmed by at least two opposition players. Just under 10 minutes in and no chances for either side. Cagey.

  95. Post update

    PSG 0-0 Chelsea

    Jose Mourinho scribbles down some notes as his side ventures forward, Nemanja Matic attempting to forge a path through midfield. He runs into a PSG-shaped wall, but Chelsea quickly win back possession.

  96. Text us on 81111

    PSG 0-0 Chelsea

    Sam in London: This has 1-1 written all over it. A typical away Mourinho performance beckons.

    Grant: Luiz is no more a defensive midfielder than he is a defender - zero positional discipline.

    Jake Easton: Costa has had time to sit back and watch his side for a few weeks and get himself ready for a big game. It's a shame Luiz isn't in defence as he would have had him in his back pocket all night! PSG 1-2 Chelsea.

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  97. Post update

    PSG 0-0 Chelsea

    Former Man Utd and England full-back Phil Neville

    in Paris for 5 live Sport

    Laurent Blanc at Man Utd

    "PSG boss Laurent Blanc came to us at Manchester United at the tail end of his career. Sir Alex taught us to learn off him. He spoke very little English, but I can tell you he soon picked up every single swear word in our language!"

  98. Post update

    PSG 0-0 Chelsea

    Huge boos for Eden Hazard whenever he touches the ball in these early stages, the winger having spent five years at PSG's league rivals Lille before joining Chelsea.

    PSG are the first to test the Chelsea defence as Gregory Van der Wiel gets away down the right, but his cross goes out of play.

  99. KICK-OFF

    PSG 0-0 Chelsea

    David Beckham

    David Beckham and Sir Alex Ferguson are in the stands tonight, a good game on the cards?

    We are under way.

  100. Post update

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    Former Man Utd and England full-back Phil Neville

    in Paris for 5 live Sport

    "I think Zlatan is misunderstood. David Beckham told me that he is the most incredible trainer, a real professional. He has a little arrogance about him, maybe, but he has never scored against a Mourinho side. He'll want to put that right tonight.

    "He's quick, with a great touch in both feet and brilliant in the air. He is so strong, he can bully you, and he has everything needed to beat a defender."

  101. Post update

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    Paris St-Germain

    Chelsea have a good record against PSG, but with a front three of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Ezequiel Lavezzi and Edinson Cavani tonight, surely they will cause them a few problems?

  102. Post update

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    Former Man Utd and England full-back Phil Neville

    in Paris for 5 live Sport

    Diego Costa and David Luiz shake hands

    "Is it still Valentine's Day? Deary me. Two teams are lining up for a Champions League match but all the players are hugging and kissing each other..."

    Well, Paris is the city of love, Phil. Get in the spirit...

  103. Post update

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    The players are in the tunnel, the atmosphere in the ground is fantastic. Champions League football is back and kick-off is moments away. Here is a quick reminder of the line-ups.

    PSG: Sirigu, van der Wiel, Marquinhos, Thiago Silva, Maxwell, Verratti, Luiz, Matuidi, Lavezzi, Ibrahimovic, Cavani. Subs: Douchez, Camara, Bahebeck, Digne, Rabiot, Pastore, Kimpembe.

    Chelsea: Courtois, Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry, Azpilicueta, Ramires, Matic, Willian, Fabregas, Hazard, Costa. Subs: Cech, Luis, Zouma, Oscar, Drogba, Remy, Cuadrado.

    Referee: Cuneyt Cakir (Turkey)

  104. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    David Luiz

    Matthew Smith: Interesting to see Luiz in midfield. I don't think Blanc fancies his chances against Diego Costa!

    Rian Hoskins: ‏PSG benefit by using David Luiz in midfield to protect against Costa and Fabregas. The midfield battle is where it will be won.

    Eyobel Gomini: I'm surprised Zouma has been left out. Zlatan, Cavani and Lavezzi to outpace Chelsea's defence. Allez Paris-Saint-Germain!

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  105. Post update

    Victoria Azarenka in PSG shirt

    The world of tennis is on board tonight, including two-time Australian Open winner Victoria Azarenka...

  106. Post update

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    PSG boss Laurent Blanc: "I know Jose Mourinho a bit and I know he'll raise the heat. So my players need to remain cool headed, not react and keep calm."

  107. Post update

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    Former Man Utd and England full-back Phil Neville

    in Paris for 5 live Sport

    "Mourinho will be be thinking that with Fabregas, Costa, Willian and Hazard, when they win the ball there's every chance of scoring an away goal. That is what they managed to do here in Paris last season.

    "The biggest problem Laurent Blanc has is that the quality of the league PSG play in doesn't prepare them for matches like tonight."

  108. Moody Mourinho

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    Jose Mourinho did not look a happy chap at all about at having to walk to the Parc des Princes players' entrance after the team bus got stuck in the tunnel entrance.

    Not a great start to the evening for the Chelsea boss, but an early goal would certainly put a smile on his face.

  109. Post update

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    Costa in Paris

    The Beast is most certainly in the building...

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    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    Phil Ecstasy: It will be fun watching Costa and Luiz tonight.

    Ram Rimal: Costa will score tonight. Mourinho is making sure Costa will be in beast mode by saying he's not fit.

    Frank K Mponda: I predict PSG will snatch it 2-1...

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  111. Post update

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    Chelsea

    In 2004, a 41-year-old Jose Mourinho stood in the Parc des Princes dugout to take charge of a Champions League game for the very first time as Chelsea boss.

    He oversaw a 3-0 win, with Didier Drogba scoring twice. Will history repeat today?

  112. Worrying statistic?

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    PSG

    "Amaze us!" implores French newspaper L'Equipe ahead of the game, but the publication highlights the "frightening" statistics concerning how French sides fare against English teams. Their win percentage is just 24%.

  113. Post update

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    Former Man Utd and England full-back Phil Neville

    in Paris for 5 live Sport

    "PSG can cause Chelsea problems with their strikers, plus they are so strong in midfield. They have great players all over the pitch, but can they play as a team? Is there much cohesion? They are a good team, but are they a team that can go on and win the Champions League?"

  114. Solid as a rock

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    David Luiz

    Interesting to see that David Luiz is playing centre midfield for Paris St-Germain. His stats in defence for PSG are impressive, will they miss his presence there?

  115. Join the debate #bbcfootball

    The curse of former players

    Joe Cole and Frank Lampard

    Ryan Webster: Frank Lampard always seemed to score against the Hammers

    Andy Tasker: Dreaded Torres coming back to Anfield and scoring. The fear never materialised. Now I'm dreading Luis Suarez getting at us one day.

    Shaun: Surely Peter Crouch has to make the list? He's got enough former clubs!

    Which ex-player always scores against your club?

  116. Post update

    Championship preview

    Away from the Champions League briefly, there are three games in the Championship tonight with Derby able to go top of the table.

    Currently third in the standings, they travel to 20th-place Rotherham where are a win will move them two points above current leaders Bournemouth.

    Wigan, meanwhile, will be keen to alleviate their relegation fears with a win tonight, but they face a tough test at Reading while Cardiff, 17th in the table, host a Blackburn side fresh from beating Stoke in the FA Cup at the weekend.

    There are five games in League One with the pick of the bunch being leaders Bristol City at home to Peterborough. City are four points clear at the top and victory would strengthen their grip on first place.

    For all the fixtures and goals as they go in, head to our live scores page.

  117. Post update

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    Former Man Utd and England full-back Phil Neville

    in Paris for 5 live Sport

    "If I was a Chelsea fan I'd prefer Luiz to play at the back and have to face Costa. Playing him in midfield takes him out of the firing line a little bit. I think it's a clever move from Laurent Blanc.

    "Cahill brings experience to the Chelsea defence, but I'm surprised Zouma has been left out. He played against Liverpool and Man City. But with Cahill back in it's a really solid-looking back line."

  118. Costa or Ibrahimovic?

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    Diego Costa

    So who will come out on top tonight? There is no doubt that Zlatan Ibrahimovic will be the biggest threat to the Chelsea defence tonight, but his goal-scoring record against English sides is no great shakes.

    In 16 games against English opposition, he has scored just three goals...

  119. That's great banter

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    PSG

    Speaking of PSG's twitter feed, they have been engaging in some unusual banter prior to the game.

    Yesterday they tweeted this picture, for example, of Sir Winston Churchill, with the caption: "Hey Chelsea, what if every 'English figure' in Paris was ready for tomorrow?"

  120. Post update

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    PSG

    So how have Paris St-Germain been getting on this season? They are third in Ligue 1, winning 15 of their 25 league games and are unbeaten in their last nine fixtures, winning seven of those games.

    They did, however, throw away a two-goal lead at home to Caen on Saturday, both away goals coming in the final few minutes after the club's twitter feed had a little dig at Jose Mourinho...

  121. Chelsea parking the bus already?

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    Uefa

    So Jose Mourinho is no stranger to "parking the bus" but it looks like Chelsea have taken it to a whole new level.

    The Chelsea team bus apparently got stuck on the way into the ground today...

  122. Team news

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Edison Cavani start in attack for Paris St-Germain. David Luiz is named in defence to face his former club while Marquinhos plays after recovering from a hamstring injury.

    Striker Diego Costa returns to the Chelsea team after missing three domestic matches through suspension, while midfielder Cesc Fabregas starts despite fears he would miss the match through illness.

    PSG XI: Sirigu; van der Wiel, Silva, Marquinhos, Maxwell, David Luiz, Verratti, Matuidi, Lavezzi, Ibrahimovic, Cavani.

    Chelsea XI: Courtois, Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry, Azpilicueta, Ramires, Matic, Willian, Fabregas, Hazard; Diego Costa.

  123. BreakingBREAKING TEAM NEWS

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    As expected, Diego Costa starts for Chelsea against PSG. Thibaut Courtois is in goal for the Blues.

  124. PSG's injury crisis?

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    Johan Cabaye

    Good news for Chelsea?

    Paris St-Germain have a number of injury concerns after four players suffered injuries in the 2-2 draw with Caen.

    Yohan Cabaye, Marquinhos and Serge Aurier all went off injured in the game, while Lucas had a groin problem.

    We are expecting team news any minute now.

  125. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    The curse of former players

    Adebayor

    Which former player always seems to score against your club?

    Danny Jones: Dare I say... Adebayor against Arsenal! Always entertaining to say the least!

  126. Post update

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    Former Man Utd and England full-back Phil Neville

    in Paris for 5 live Sport

    "It's going to be a tough game for Chelsea. They lost here last year in the quarter-final 3-1, and PSG have got a formidable home record this season. I always feel with PSG they have wonderful individuals, but they are not as good a team as Chelsea, who are just a better unit. Chelsea defend better and are better organised.

    "It's all about which of Costa or Ibrahimovic performs. If the defences dominate then it will be tonight, but if not there are going to be goals."

  127. He could always have had Paris

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    Paris

    The French football media are not mixing their words when it comes to what they think about Jose Mourinho, with France Football labelling him, to put it politely, "a pain in the neck" and a "stirrer".

    However, if things had worked out a little differently, they could have been singing his praises. Mourinho was previously wanted by PSG to be their new coach on two separate occasions - 2011 and 2013 - but he turned them down both times.

    In the second instance, he was manager of Real Madrid, and Mourinho said: "It was a big challenge for me and a big challenge to compete directly against the best, Barcelona, probably the best team in Europe for the last decade for sure. It was not the right moment for me to go."

  128. Compliment or cheeky quip?

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    You can never quite tell with Jose Mourinho if he is paying someone a compliment, or having a cheeky dig.

    While he claims Chelsea are a different team to the one that edged past PSG last year, he says the French side have barely changed in the subsequent 12 months.

    "Paris is a great team - basically the same team as last season, with David Luiz," he said. "When you have stability you can always improve."

  129. Text us on 81111

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    Steve Huish: Chelsea fans should thank PSG as David Luiz's transfer prevented them from failing Financial Fair Play (FFP) and receiving a €40 million fine.

    Nishtar in Walsall: Are Chelsea the only team who could make a decent squad from their second team?! Look at all the attacking flair they possess!

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  130. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    The curse of former players

    Yan Kermorgant

    Which ex-player always seems to score against your club?

    Jacob Smith: I'm a Chelsea fan but my dad pointed out how Yann Kermorgant always seems to score against Leicester.

  131. Post update

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    BBC Radio 5 live

    You can hear that famous Champions League theme tune blaring out on Radio 5 live once again this evening, as the nation's home of live sport jumps back on the bandwagon.

    Previewing all tonight's action from 19:00 GMT, live commentary from Parc des Princes is in the company of 5 live senior football correspondent John Murray and former Manchester United and England full-back Phil Neville from 19:45 GMT.

    Listen via the forthcoming link at the top of this page or on the BBC Sport and BBC iPlayer Radio apps, on digital television and radio and on 909 and 693 medium-wave.

    Then, post-match, the 5 live Football Social kicks on from 21:40 - contact the programme by calling 0500 909 639, texting 85058 (both UK-only) or via social media.

  132. Post update

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    PS

    Former Manchester United defender Phil Neville: "Pitch looks good."

    From Preston to Paris...

    Phil Neville is part of the BBC Radio 5 live commentary team at the game. Here is a bit more about our coverage details...

  133. Him again?

    Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    There is always one former who player who has a knack of scoring against their former club. They might be a defender they might not score all season, but somehow they always manage it against the side they used to play for.

    It could be David Luiz v Chelsea tonight, every club has one so, with that mind, which former player for your club do you dread seeing when they line up against your side, knowing full well they are going to score?

    Let us know using #bbcfootball on Twitter, text in on 81111 (UK only), or drop us a line on the BBC Sport Facebook or Google+ page.

  134. Luiz to be Chelsea's tormentor?

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    Chelsea

    Could David Luiz come back to haunt his former club?

    The Brazil defender will certainly be up for this game, but says he will show the club he won both the Champions League and the Europa League with "respect" should he score.

    "I want to qualify, like I qualified last year, but I want to qualify for PSG," he said. "If I score against Chelsea I won't celebrate out of respect, but I will be happy."

  135. "Erratic and rash" Luiz

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    Andy Brassell

    European football expert

    "This is not just a repeat of last season's thrilling quarter-final between the sides, but the occasion of David Luiz facing his old team-mates for the first time.

    "Many raised their eyebrows when the French champions paid in excess of £40m for a defender who can be erratic and rash - especially after his nightmare display in Brazil's World Cup semi-final humiliation against Germany - but his impact at the Parc des Princes has been largely positive.

    "Even if Luiz still has his share of heart-in-mouth moments and there is the feeling that PSG's transfer kitty might have been better spent elsewhere - they had to back out of a move for Angel Di Maria because of financial fair play restrictions - he has strengthened Laurent Blanc's side."

    Read more from Andy Brassell on the Champions League in his feature.

  136. A familiar face

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    David Luiz

    Chelsea will come up against a familiar face tonight, with defender David Luiz in the Paris St-Germain side.

    The Blues sold the Brazilian to PSG last summer for around £50m, and his departure funded the purchase of Diego Costa, Cesc Fabregas and Filipe Luis.

  137. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    Gary Lineker
  138. Costa returns

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    Diego Costa

    Jose Mourinho may have complained that he had no "real strikers" after his side lost in Paris last year, but he would have no reason for such a complaint if they lose tonight.

    The Portuguese coach has already confirmed he will play Diego Costa against PSG, with the striker having been serving a three-match suspension.

    Costa has scored 17 goals in 19 Premier League games this season, and Mourinho said: ""Yes, I will start him, but it's not good for a player to be three matches without starting a game. So he's not in the best of condition."

    Getting the excuses in already Jose....?

  139. Champions League returns

    Jose Mourinho

    The Champions League is back, and what a way to return.

    Two months after the group stage ended the knockout stage cranks into action with European heavyweights Chelsea and Bayern Munich kicking things off tonight.

    Chelsea v PSG is our main focus but we will also be giving plenty of attention to Pep Guardiola's side as they travel to Ukraine to play Shakhtar Donetsk. We'll have separate live coverage of that game from 19:30 GMT.

  140. Hungry for revenge

    PSG

    One year ago, a fuming Jose Mourinho left the Parc des Princes stadium complaining that a lack of "real strikers" cost his Chelsea side as they suffered a 3-1 defeat to Paris St-Germain in the first-leg of their Champions League quarter-final clash.

    They managed to scrape through, winning the second leg 2-0 and they return to Paris tonight "a different side", according to Mourinho.

    PSG, though, are hungry for revenge. Can they derail Chelsea's bid for continental success?