PSG are already gearing up for their next Champions League encounter after a demoralizing defeat against Newcastle (1-4) on the road last Wednesday.
The defeat highlighted both offensive and defensive shortcomings of the team already two months into the season.
Currently sitting second in Group F with three points, trailing behind Newcastle (4 points) and above AC Milan (2 points) and Borussia Dortmund (1 point), PSG is poised to bounce back in their upcoming match.
Due to the international break, PSG's next European fixture is scheduled for Wed., October 25, when they will face AC Milan. This marks the first of two clashes between both teams, with the return match set at San Siro two weeks later.
AC Milan, having secured two draws (0-0 against Newcastle and Dortmund each), is also eyeing getting a victory to strengthen their position in qualifying for the round of 16.
While PSG has faced challenges in scoring in the Champions League, their opponents are enjoying success in Serie A, sharing the top spot with rivals Inter Milan before this weekend's games.
With six victories in seven matches, the Rossoneri only suffered a significant defeat against local rivals Internazional (5-1).
The Parisians must approach this upcoming match against Milan with more determination and character, especially after their setback at St James Park on Wednesday evening if they don't want to get into trouble qualifying for the knockout stage of the UCL.