Bayern Munich boss Jupp Heynckes plans to stop Paris Saint-Germain and Neymar in much the same way as they contained Barcelona and Lionel Messi in 2013.
The Bundesliga champions destroyed Barca in the Champions League semi-finals four years ago, winning 4-0 at the Allianz Arena before claiming a 3-0 victory at Camp Nou en route to winning the trophy.
Heynckes returned to Bayern shortly after PSG beat them 3-0 in October, with that defeat spelling the end of Carlo Ancelotti's time in charge.
The 72-year-old is hoping his side produce a far better performance on Tuesday and says defending as a team will be critical to containing PSG's attacking trio of Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Edinson Cavani.
"It's only possible collectively," he told a news conference. "I know Neymar very well because I've often watched Barcelona in recent years.
"He's a player who dribbles, he's dangerous, creative and likes to get involved in the game.
"We'll try to solve these things as a collective. It wasn't easy against Messi and [Andres] Iniesta in 2013, either. But these are just human beings. And our strikers aren't that bad; the opposition defence must also think about how to cope with that."
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Bayern have already secured their place in the last 16, along with PSG, and can only finish top of the group if they record a four-goal victory.
Kingsley Coman and Niklas Sule spoke of the desire to avenge the defeat in Paris and, although he does not share the same sentiment, Heynckes accepts it is a particularly big occasion for his players.
"Of course, we want to win and play well, but against us is a good team with a top-class coach," said Heynckes, who confirmed James Rodriguez will be involved in the match. "They're a well-oiled team who don't only rely on superstars.
"I don't like the word 'revenge' so much in football. This will be a showdown at the very highest level: a traditional team like Bayern against an emerging power like PSG.
"For the players, especially the French players, this game is anything but a normal Champions League game."