Competition: UEFA Champions League Date: Tuesday 18th October 2016 Venue: Stadion CSKA Moskva Kick-Off: 19:45 BST
CSKA Moscow have Roman Eremenko suspended for the game versus Monaco.
Ilya Pomazun, Aleksandrs Cauna and Alan Dzagoev are all doubtful to play through injury.
Monaco are missing Nabil Dirar, while Almamy Toure will take the trip to Moscow but will be assessed nearer kick-off. Falcao has returned to training and likely get a slot on the bench.
Monaco will travel to CSKA Moscow expecting to get the win, but CSKA will look to home field advantage. Both teams have patchy form so expect nothing.
CSKA Moscow returned to winning ways at the weekend with a 1-0 win. However they have only taken 1 point from 2 games in the Champions League this season.
Monaco are unbeaten their Group E games with one win and one draw. They are coming off a bad Friday loss against Toulouse 3-1 loss.
Moscow is a tough place to go to and Monaco will be battling hard to make sure they qualify for the next round quickly. This will be a tough game to call so an even result is likely.
Akinfeev; Schennikov, Ignashevich, Berezutski, Fernandes; Wernbloom, Dzagoev; Golovin, Natkho, Tosic; Traore.
Subasic; Sidibe, Jemerson, Glik, Raggi; Bakayoko, Fabinho; Lemar, Moutinho, Silva; Germain.
CSKA have failed to win their last 6 UEFA Champions League matches.
Monaco are undefeated in their last 5 UEFA Champions League matches.
CSKA Moscow 2 – 2 Monaco