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Match facts: Trabzonspor v CSKA

Published: Sunday 30 October 2011, 21.45CET
Match facts: Trabzonspor v CSKA
Didier Zokora (right) competes with CSKA's Alan Dzagoev on matchday three ©Getty Images features

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Published: Sunday 30 October 2011, 21.45CET

Match facts: Trabzonspor v CSKA


UEFA milestones
• None

UEFA Champions League statistics
• Trabzonspor have been caught offside 19 times; more than any other side.

• Didier Zokora has committed 14 fouls, the joint highest total in the competition along with Stefan Kiessling.

• Burak Yılmaz is available after completing a three-game ban on matchday three. Alanzinho will incur a suspension with his next booking.

Latest domestic information
Saturday 29 October: Gaziantepspor 0–1 Trabzonspor AŞ (Halil Altıntop 90)
Tolga; Čelůstka, Głowacki, Kaçar, Čech; Serkan, Colman, Aykut Akgün; Mierzejewski (Paulo Henrique 78); Halil Altıntop, Brożek (Alanzinho 64)

• Halil Altıntop's first goal for the club ended a run of three games without a win.

• Burak, Trabzonspor's 19-goal top scorer last season, has contributed 11 of their 14 league goals this term. Out through illness on Saturday, he has registered in each of his last seven appearances for the club.

• Şenol Güneş's side twice came from behind to earn back-to-back league draws after matchday three. Burak's penalty earned a share of the spoils at Bursaspor on 22 October and he converted from the spot again four days later – having already reduced the arrears from open play – as Trabzonspor drew 2-2 with Antalyaspor.

• Ever-present Tolga Zengin has kept two clean sheets in his last ten games – Saturday and the 2-0 win at Eskişehirspor on 2 October.

• The Black Sea outfit have conceded a goal from the 85th minute onwards in three of their nine top-flight encounters this term, costing them five points.

Injury news
• Burak did not feature against Gaziantepspor because of a cold; Paulo Henrique returned as a substitute for the first time since undergoing knee surgery on 3 October.

• Ondřej Čelůstka was rested against Antalyaspor after picking up a minor knock at Bursaspor but started on Saturday.

• Tayfun Cora and Onur Kıvrak have not featured this season because of cruciate ligament problems though both were on the bench against Gaziantepspor.

• Róbert Vittek (torn knee ligaments, out since 17 September) and Barış Ataş (torn hamstring, 2 September) are out of action.

• Burak is likely to be on duty on 11 and 15 November when Turkey face Croatia in the UEFA EURO 2012 play-offs. The uncapped Čelůstka has been called up for Czech Republic's tie against Montenegro.

• Tayfun's wife Gülsima Cora gave birth to a baby girl on 21 October. The couple named her Ezo.

• Trabzonspor have donated a week's income from their online store to victims of the Van earthquake on 23 October.


UEFA milestones
• None

UEFA Champions League statistics
• Seydou Doumbia has four goals to his name, making him the competition's top scorer.

Latest domestic information
Friday 28 October: PFC CSKA Moskva 4-0 PFC Spartak Nalchik (Love 34, Doumbia 83 90+1 90+3)
Gabulov; Schennikov (Nababkin 87), Ignashevich, A Berezutski, V Berezutski; Aldonin, Mamaev (Šemberas 70), Dzagoev, Tošić (Cauņa 68); Doumbia, Love

• Doumbia struck an 11-minute hat-trick – his second successive three-goal haul – as CSKA remained two points behind Premier-Liga leaders FC Zenit St Petersburg. CSKA were seven points clear at the summit on 25 July.

• It did not go all the home side's way: Sergei Ignashevich missed a penalty on ten minutes and Vágner Love was sent off (74).

• It was only CSKA's fourth win in 12 league fixtures; they have been held six times during that run.

• Doumbia, who has scored 16 goals in his last 12 club appearances, struck his first hat-trick for CSKA on 23 October as Leonid Slutski's side – shorn of the suspended Deividas Šemberas and Vladimir Gabulov, ineligible against his parent club – won 5-3 at FC Anzhi Makhachkala.

• Gabulov, who played for CSKA between 2004 and 2006, returned on loan from Anzhi over the summer to provide backup for the injured Igor Akinfeev.

Injury news
• Georgi Schennikov came on as a substitute at Anzhi, his first appearance since suffering an ankle injury on 6 June. He started on Friday.

• Kirill Nababkin was a late replacement at Spartak Nalchik on his return from a three-game lay-off with a shoulder injury.

• Sekou Oliseh has missed CSKA's last four games with a hamstring problem.

• Akinfeev is unlikely to play again this year after damaging cruciate ligaments in his left knee during CSKA's 2-2 draw at FC Spartak Moskva on 28 August.

• Keisuke Honda was ruled out for three months after injuring his right knee in the same game. Tomáš Necid (knee, 10 June) and Mark González (hip, 30 April) are long-term absentees.

• Viktor Vasin, yet to make his competitive debut for CSKA after suffering a cruciate ligament injury shortly following his arrival at the club at the start of 2011, has been an unused substitute for the past two games.

International duty
• Elvir Rahimić is likely to be on duty on 11 and 15 November when Bosnia and Herzegovina face Portugal in the UEFA EURO 2012 play-offs.

Last updated: 31/10/11 15.58CET

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