French champions Paris Saint-Germain face Portuguese kings SL Benfica in the International Champions Cup (ICC) at BMO Field in Toronto on Saturday.
For Os Encarnados, new coach Rui Vitoria will take charge of the club for the first time.
As for Les Parisiens, it is a chance for them to continue their pre-season preparations after a successful training camp in Austria.
The pair have met as recently as the 2013-14 season, when they were in the same UEFA Champions League group.
PSG won comfortably in Paris, but Benfica edged the French capital outfit in Portugal.
Date: Saturday, July 18
Time: Sunday, July 19 1:35 a.m. BST (2:35 a.m. CEST)/Saturday, July 18 8:35 p.m. EDT
Venue: BMO Field, Toronto
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PSG are now close to full strength after the return of their non-South American international players to training.
Laurent Blanc’s men have been in the USA since Wednesday, while Benfica only arrived on Friday, so the French giants are more likely to be ready for a match like this.
This ICC clash in Toronto will be the debut of new Benfica coach Vitoria.
Blanc was deprived of many of his star names in Austria recently, but now he can once again call upon the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Blaise Matuidi and Marco Verratti.
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After his impressive performance in the 3-0 win away at Wiener SK, Jean-Kevin Augustin should be given another chance to impress by Blanc against Benfica.
The 18-year-old scored two of the French giants’ three goals in the win over the Austrian minnows and will be hoping to seize any and every chance that he is given to show what he can offer his coach in the coming season.
As for Benfica, there has been plenty of speculation surrounding the future of Nicolas Gaitan this summer, but the Argentinian remains at the club and has travelled to North America for the ICC.
If he plays, with Vitoria expected to go with a familiar starting XI to that seen under predecessor Jorge Jesus, the 27-year-old Argentina international will be one of the main dangers for PSG during the game.
Matuidi's return to the squad is a big boost for Blanc, especially with the likes of Verratti and Ibrahimovic not expected to start in Toronto.
Le President will likely line up with a young team once again, so the France international will almost certainly captain the side against Benfica.
Matuidi's battle with the Portuguese giants' Ljubomir Fejsa will be the key battle from the start of the game, although that could change if Ibrahimovic is introduced at some point and SLB captain Luisao is still on the pitch.
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