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Memphis Depay and Edinson Cavani will be key in Manchester United's clash with PSG on Thursday morning
Memphis Depay and Edinson Cavani will be key in Manchester United's clash with PSG on Thursday morning

All you need to know about the Champions Cup clash taking place on Thursday morning UK time .

Man Utd v PSG

Tournament: Champions Cup

Venue: Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois

Kick-off: 2am, Thursday 30 July

TV: MUTV/MUTV HD at 1.00am

What is the Champions Cup? The International Champions Cup is a series of friendly assocation football tournaments.

Odds: Man Utd 5/4; PSG 2/1: draw - 12/5

Manchester United face French champions Paris Saint-Germain on Thursday morning (UK time) as both teams gear up towards the start of the competitive football season.

PSG lost on penalties against Chelsea in their last match, while Untied ran out 3-1 victors over European champions Barcelona.

That result will have given Louis van Gaal's team huge confidence as we count down the days to the start of the Premier League, and they will want another win here against more tough opposition.

Angel Di Maria is expected to complete a move from United to PSG imminently but he will not be in attendance of this game between the sides.

Wayne Rooney, Adnan Januzaj and Jesse Lingard were on the scoresheet for United last time out. Van Gaal is hoping to add another striker to his squad before the start of the season but will be glad of extra competition in the ranks and the younger players will again be given game time.

Van Gaal has suggested that Januzaj's future could lie through the middle so it will be interesting to see how much time he is given in a central role.

Summer signing Bastian Schweinsteiger missed the win over Barcelona with a knock but could be in line for a start here, while Javier Hernandez has recovered from injury and will be given a run out.

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