Fenerbahçe will be hoping to repeat last Thursday’s result in İstanbul as these two clubs reconvene in Cyprus.
Seven nights ago, Michy Batshuayi broke the deadlock, before an own goal by Rafail Mamas wrapped up a 2-0 home victory at Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium.
This means the Yellow Canaries are on seven points, beating Dynamo Kyiv at home before a draw in France.
A victory here could guarantee a place in the knockout stages for Jorge Jesus’ side, who host joint-leaders Rennes on matchday five.
AEK Larnaca meantime would almost certainly settle for the Europa Conference League spot right now.
The Green-Yellow’s only points came on matchday two, surprisingly beating Dynamo Kyiv on the road, thanks to Ádám Gyurcsó’s winner.
José Luis Oltra is hoping to lead AEK into a knockout phase for the first time, so even a third-place finish would represent an historic achievement.
Can the hosts spring a bit of a surprise at AEK Arena – Georgios Karapatakis?