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Dynamo Kyiv v Beşiktaş: line-ups, where to watch, form guide

Beşiktaş's fate is in their own hands as they travel to eliminated Dynamo Kyiv knowing a win would take them through, but Serhiy Rebrov says the home side are "fully motivated".

Beşiktaş in training on Monday evening
Beşiktaş in training on Monday evening ©Getty Images
  • Beşiktaş qualify with win and will top Group B if Benfica-Napoli match is drawn
  • If Beşiktaş draw they will only progress if Napoli lose in Lisbon
  • Turkish team have won only three of last eight games in all competitions
  • Dynamo certain to finish fourth in Group B
  • Beşiktaş coach Şenol Güneş: "This is most important game of this year"

Possible line-ups
Dynamo Kyiv: Rudko; Morozyuk, Khacheridi, Vida, Makarenko; Rybalka; Yarmolenko, Sydorchuk, Garmash, Tsygankov; Júnior Moraes.
Out: Tymchyk (suspended), Danilo Silva (knee), Fedorchuk (muscle problem)
Misses next match if booked: Garmash, Korzun, Vida

Beşiktaş: Fabri; Beck, Marcelo, Tošić, Adriano; Hutchinson, Tolgay Arslan; Quaresma, Oğuzhan Özyakup, Olcay Şahan; Aboubakar.
Out: Caner Erkin (Achilles), Rhodolfo (knee), Talisca (foot)
Misses next match if booked: Aboubakar, Adriano, Tolgay Arslan, Caner Erkin

Where to watch
Fans can find their local UEFA Champions League broadcast partner(s) here.

Highlights: Beşiktaş 1-1 Dynamo Kyiv

Serhiy Rebrov, Dynamo coach
You'll see our best line-up tomorrow. It's the Champions League and you can't even think about rotation in such a competition. We are focused on Beşiktaş. We know they will give everything to get the knockout stage for the first time in their history.

Some say we've deserved more points than we have, but I disagree. We have done what we could do – it's a pity but it's fair. However, I hope my players will do everything to register their first win in the group. We are fully motivated. You can't speak about any lack of motivation in the Champions League.

Şenol Güneş, Beşiktaş coach
Games like this are always important for any team but we have more reason to want the win. A victory will have a huge impact not only on us but on Turkish football too. So now we are thinking only about how to achieve this goal and take this historic chance. For me, this is the most important game of the year.

Highlights: Beşiktaş' stunning comeback against Benfica

Weekend results
Vorksla Poltava 2-2 Dynamo (Tursunov 15, Rebenok 34; Sydorchuk 5, Yarmolenko 14pen)
Andriy Yarmolenko, previously without a Dynamo goal since July, now has two in two.

Fenerbahçe 0-0 Beşiktaş
The Black Eagles are 20 games unbeaten in regulation time in 2016/17 but have won just three of their last eight fixtures in all competitions.

Form guide (all competitions, most recent first)
Dynamo: DWDWWL
Beşiktaş: DWDDWW

Reporter's view: Bogdan Buga (@UEFAcomBogdanB)
Does Rebrov field a strong team in a game that has no meaning for Dynamo, or does he rest his key players ahead of an all-important Premier-Liha derby against Shakhtar Donetsk next Monday?

"We will fight for the honour of Dynamo and Ukraine," Rebrov told me a few days ago, hinting his side will do all they can to avoid finishing without a win in Group B.

Did you know?
Vincent Aboubakar scored twice for Porto in their 2-2 draw at Dynamo in last season's group stage. Read more in our extensive match background.

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