Time is running out for Dynamo Kyiv so salvage their Europa League campaign.
Last Thursday, the Ukrainian side were beaten 2-1 in Brittany by Stade Rennais.
Viktor Tsyhankov cancelling out Martin Terrier’s opener, but Lovro Majer pounced on some poor defending and won it for the home side late on.
This leaves Dynamo Kyiv rock bottom of the group, having lost all three matches so far.
It was always going to be tough for Mircea Lucescu’s team, given the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Here, at their temporary home in Kraków, will the Blue and Whites get off the mark?
Rennes meanwhile are on the cusp of the knockout stages, following that aforementioned victory in the reverse fixture.
Les Rouge et Noir, along-with Fenerbahçe, sit on seven points, having won in Larnaca and drawn when the Turkish giants visited France.
A victory here for Bruno Génésio’s side could secure a spot in the knockout stages, ahead of a potentially decisive trip to İstanbul on matchday five.
Will Rennes be simply too strong at Stadion Cracovii im. Józefa Piłsudskiego?