Group F Kick-off 19-45 (BST)
Dynamo Kyiv coach Valeri Gazzaev is seeking a change of luck when Internazionale visit the Ukrainian capital.
Dynamo’s Russian coach has lost home ties in Europe to both Inter and their coach José Mourinho in the past but he will hope his charges can produce another impressive home performance to match the 3-1 victory against Rubin Kazan.
“Last week wasn’t too successful for us but we have quickly forgotten recent failures,” said Gazzaev. “The team had a day off after the last league fixture. Now we are fully concentrated on the upcoming match and have tremendous motivation for it.
“The situation in our group impels us to play only for a win, since all four clubs still have almost equal chances to go through. I realise that our group is the toughest in the tournament but our aim remains the same: a berth in the knockout stage.
“Inter have much more experience than our young team does, however we proved our ability in the previous three matchdays. We don’t have any mental barriers before games against big clubs like Inter. All teams have their weaknesses, and I hope we will find them in Inter’s performance.”
Dynamo striker Andriy Shevchenko has urged his team-mates to show the same fighting spirit they displayed when drawing 2-2 at the San Siro a fornight ago.
“My team showed a lot of courage and unity in Milan,” said Shevchenko. “We had chances to win that game and I missed a few. “I hope I can score and that my team will show the same determination tomorrow.”
“I think everything will be decided in the last game,” he said. “I think this is the most difficult and balanced group.”
Meanwhile, Inter coach Jose Mourinho is desperate for his players to recreate their Serie A form in Europe.
“Our top position in the league is down to the fantastic work done by my players every day,” said Mourinho.
“The team needs to continue on this path and we will see if on Wednesday we can take an important result to give the team a morale boost in the Champions League.”
Injuries continue to undermine the Italian side,, with Sulley Muntari the latest to be hurt.
Wesley Sneijder and Thiago Motta are still sidelined with thigh injuries.
“The team is okay but like any other side we have to consider the injured players,” said Mourinho. “We have physical problems that slow down our work. I would like to have everyone available, but it’s not possible. It’s difficult for Muntari and Thiago Motta to recover for Wednesday’s game.”
Better news for Mourinho comes with the return of Marco Balotelli from suspension.