They come up against a struggling Monaco side currently sitting 14th in the table following a series of poor results on the road.
Here, Sports Mole looks at how the French champions could line up for the fixture.
With PSG's season starting in earnest when the Champions League knockouts begin in February, Tuchel has been proficient with his rotation policy so far this season, and you suspect that this will continue on Sunday.
In midfield, Idrissa Gueye, recently back from injury, looks set to feature from the start after being taken off early during the meeting with Madrid during the week, with Marquinhos anchoring the midfield.
Marco Verratti looks likely to receive a rest due to the Italian's recent knee injury, which kept him out for two weeks earlier this month - a move that paves the way for Julian Draxler, whose driving runs from midfield have played a shaping role in PSG's attacks in recent weeks.
The Brazilian, plagued with injury problems since the summer, started against Lille last weekend and came off the bench against Los Blancos, and you would strongly expect for the 26-year-old to start the game against Leonardo Jardim's men.
The latter netted his ninth goal of the 2019-20 campaign in Madrid on Tuesday, and he could make that double figures against his former club this weekend. body check tags ::