Manchester United boss Solskjaer will oversee his side’s Champions League showdown with PSG tonight, aiming to continue his stunning start to life as Red Devils boss.
United have been near faultless ever since the club chose to sack Jose Mourinho in December, with the club winning 10 of their last 11 matches across all competitions.
PSG have already had their team leaked ahead of the showdown, much to the dismay of manager Thomas Tuchel.
The leaked line-up shows how they will survive without Neymar and Edinson Cavani in their ranks.
Dani Alves will seemingly be deployed in attack with Julian Draxler, Kylian Mbappe and Angel Di Maria joining him.
And United boss Solskjaer will need his own team to stay secret right up until the game.
Leaks have been a problem for the Red Devils this season, with the issue first starting during Mourinho’s time at the helm.
The 56-year-old regularly saw his sides leaked before some of the biggest matches of the campaign.
And, so bad and frustrating did the situation get, Mourinho carried out an investigation behind the scenes.
Mourinho instructed his coaching staff to find the culprit responsible but, even on the day he was sacked by United, he was nonethewiser.
Under Solskjaer, it has also been an issue, albeit to a lesser extent.
Just on Saturday, the 45-year-old’s side for their Premier League win over Fulham was shown to somebody at the Manchester Evening News beforehand.
On that day United coped with Paul Pogba scoring a sensational double at Craven Cottage.
However, against a team as formidable as PSG, Solskjaer cannot afford for the problem to repeat itself.
United will be out to win a first Champions League knockout tie since 2014, when David Moyes was manager.
But in a good omen for the Red Devils – that too was at Old Trafford – with Olympiakos beaten via a Robin van Persie hat-trick.