PSG suffered further injury problems after their weekend clash with Reims, with forward Nene ruled out for the match. The Brazilian suffered a fractured cheekbone and is likely to be out for six weeks, joining Clement Chantome and Thiago Motta on the sidelines.
Dinamo have no new injury or suspension worries, and the hosts will be looking to upset Carlo Ancelotti’s star-studded side with an unchanged line-up set to be confirmed.
Carlo Ancelotti: "We have players with experience and we have a coach who has a lot of experience. It's difficult to say what PSG can do in the Champions League. We will learn match by match."
Ante Cacic: "They are in a positive spiral and they are my favourites for the Ligue 1 title and the first place of the group in Champions League. This is not the kind of game you play every day. It will not be easy. Expectations are high and in such a match, it will be hard. But I’m sure we will do better."
Dinamo have won just one and lost nine of their last 11 European home matches (excluding qualifiers).
Dinamo have won none and lost six of their last eight European games against French opposition, including defeats in their last three on home soil.
PSG have never played a team from Croatia in European competition.
Dinamo Zagreb have lost 10 and won none of their last 11 matches in the Champions League.
Dinamo Zagreb have failed to score in six of their last eight Champions League games.
Zagreb have actually failed to score in 10 of their last 13 matches in European competition.
Paris have won just one of their last 15 Champions League away games (W1 D5 L9).
Zagreb have posted the best shooting accuracy percentage with 67% of their attempts finding the target, but they have fired in just six shots, fewer than any other team.
Zagreb have conceded the fewest fouls in the tournament to date (14).
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has scored five goals in his last six Champions League Group Stage games.
Dinamo Zagreb (11/2) PSG (8/15) Draw (3/10