Blanc has made an unbeaten start to life at the helm of the defending champions, with two draws followed up by successive victories to leave PSG in fourth place before the international break.
The former French coach enjoyed a successful three-year spell in charge of Bordeaux, which included winning Ligue 1 and the Coupe de la Ligue in 2009.
Ahead of his return this evening the 47-year-old has declared that he has an affinity with the Bordeaux fans and is relishing a return to Southern France.
He told Ligue 1's official website: "Bordeaux is a city I really like. The people there are quite reserved, like me.
"I like that mentality. I had three great years there and only have happy memories. It is a pleasure to go back to Bordeaux."
PSG face the prospect of rotating through necessity this evening, with Ezequiel Lavezzi among those left out after a busy week of World Cup qualifiers.