Paris Saint-Germain looks to remain unbeaten in Group F play when it heads to GSP Stadium in Cyprus to take on APOEL in each team's third Champions League group stage match.
PSG is coming off a 3-2 win at home over Barcelona on Matchday Two, while APOEL tied Ajax at home, 1-1. PSG is leading Group F with four points and is 1-0-1. APOEL has one points after starting 0-1-1.
This will be the first meeting between the sides since first-round play in the 1993-94 European Cup. PSG advanced 3-0 on aggregate, with a 1-0 win in Nicosia and a 2-0 win in Paris.
PSG will be without defenders David Luiz and Marquinhos as well as forward Ezequiel Lavezzi, all out with thigh injuries. Forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic and defender Thiago Silva are doubtful for the match; Ibrahimovic is nursing a heel injury while Silva has an injured hamstring.
APOEL will also be down a few men. Midfielder Stathis Aloneftis has a back injury, defender Tasos Papazoglou is recovering from a stomach injury, and goalkeeper Tasos Kissas is out with an unspecified ailment. Doubtful for the match are defenders Carlao (knee) and John Arne Riise (unspecified), forwards Tomas De Vincenti (thigh) and Pieros Sotiriou (calf), and midfielders Gustavo Manduca (hamstring), Nuno Morais (back) and Vinicius (groin).
PSG’s goals have come from Luiz, Blaise Matuidi, Marco Verratti and Edinson Cavani (one each) in Champions League play. APOEL's lone goal was scored by Manduca.
How to watch
Match time: 2:45 p.m. (ET)
Live stream: You can watch the match online here.
TV coverage: Fox Soccer Plus
Paris Saint-Germain facts
PSG has reached the Champions League quarterfinals in each of the last two years.
After a 1-1 draw at Ajax on Matchday One, PSG is 6-2-2 in its last 10 Champions League road games.
PSG is unbeaten in 13 games in 2014-15, including a win in the French Super Cup.
The club is tied for second with Girondins de Bordeaux on the current French Ligue 1 table with 18 points, trailing Olympique de Marseille (25 points).
The club won its last match, a 3-1 victory over Fens in French Ligue 1 play.
APOEL made a stunning run to the quarterfinals of the Champions League in 2012, the only time the club has advanced beyond group stage.
Nicknamed Thrylos (The Legend), APOEL was founded in 1926 and has won 23 league titles and 20 Cypriot Cup championships.
This is just the club's fifth Champions League appearance since 2004-05.
APOEL leads the Cypriot First Division with 16 points in six fixtures.
Its most recent match was a 2-1 win over Othellos in domestic league play.