Real Madrid's new faces get their first outing in Paris
Not only is Sergio Ramos suspended, but Zidane will not be able to count on Marcelo. The Brazilian is out injured which means Eder Militao and Ferland Mendy are most likely to deputise in defence for Real.
Furthermore, Zidane will also have to do without the services of Luka Modric. The Croat is the latest player to have fallen victim to the injury crisis, and if the latest lineups are anything to go by, James Rodriguez will make up the midfield alongside Casemiro and Toni Kroos.
Hazard, who played his first match in a Real jersey against Levante, is aiming for his first Champions League and will make up the attacking trio alongside Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema as they try to conquer the Parc des Princes.
Zinedine Zidane returns to his favourite competition, trying to heal the wounds from last season and relaunch a Real Madrid side that are mentally scarred by bad results, their greed for glory and acceptance.
After winning three consecutive Champions Leagues, the Frenchman left the club and was soon followed by Ronaldo. A scare that provoked a catastrophe unprecedented in recent times at the Bernabeu, when they were left with nothing to play for by March.
Meanwhile, the hurt in the Parc des Princes will also have the backdrop of all the summer signings. Even though he is suspended and can't play, Real Madrid will play against Neymar's PSG- someone who they could have signed a few weeks ago.
Someone who will be playing is Keylor Navas. The Costa Rican goalkeeper, who was sold in the last few seconds of the window, will be in goal for the French outfit against a Real Madrid side who decided to opt for Thibout Courtois as their first choice 'keeper, and Alphonse Areola as the second choice.