Bayern Munich travel to Besiktas for the second leg of their UEFA Champions League last-16 tie, with one foot already in the quarter-finals following their 5-0 first-leg win.
Vodafone Arena, Istanbul, Turkey
Key Stat: Bayern Munich are unbeaten in their last 17 matches in all competitions, setting a club-record 14 consecutive wins in that time.
Expert Verdict: Ten-man Besiktas are not the only team to have been taken apart by Bayern Munich recently - they have scored ten goals in their last two games - but the Turkish side still suffered a huge blow with their crushing first-leg loss. They have only pride to play for, but Bayern will hope to prove too good again even as they rotate players.
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Domagoj Vida is suspended after his early red card in the first leg against Bayern Munich, while fellow defender Pepe is injured. He joins long-term absentees Veli Kavlak, Gokhan Tore and Atinc Nukan.
Talisca has moved clear in Besiktas’ goalscoring charts with 16 from 36 for the season.
Besiktas are unbeaten since their crushing defeat in Munich. They have won three and drawn one of the four games they have played since, including a league win and cup draw against fierce rivals Fenerbahce. More recently, they have won 2-0 at Trabzonspor and won 1-0 at home to Genclerbiligi.
Defenders:Gonul, Tosic, Medel, Adriano
Defensive Midfielders:Hutchinson, Oguzhan
Attacking Midfielders:Quaresma, Talisca, Babel
Corentin Tolisso has been ruled out with a bruised shin, while Manuel Neuer and Kinglsey Coman are longer-term absentees. With their place in the quarter-finals all-but-assured, they may choose to rest players. Sandro Wagner and Rafinha are among those likely to return.
Sandro Wagner will be keen to add to his three goals in seven playing appearances for Bayern Munich so far. He has a long way to go before he catches 32-goal leading scorer Robert Lewandowski, who scored three at the weekend.
Bayern Munich followed the 5-0 first-leg win with a goalless draw at home to Hertha, but they have since bounced back to winning ways with ten goals in two games. In total, it is now 17 games unbeaten for Bayern.
Defenders:Rafinha, Martinez, Sule, Bernat
Midfielders:Thiago, Rudy, Alcantara
Forwards:Robben, Wagner, Ribery
Bayern Munich won both games against Besiktas 2-0, when they met in the late 1990s, before they sailed to their 5-0 first-leg win.
Fans who saw how Manchester City and Liverpool took their respective feet off the gas for their UEFA Champions League last-16 second legs could be forgiving for fearing more of the same in Turkey.
Bayern Munich will rest players, but the strength off the bench is superb - a similar team to that which is likely to play on Wednesday beat Wolfsburg in the league recently.
They do not need to go full gas to book their place in the quarter-finals, but could still get a result with the likes of Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery still available.
Besiktas, meanwhile, have only pride to play for but will hope to play with 11, as opposed to ten for the last 75 minutes, this time around.
The red card undoubtedly made a difficult job even tougher for Besiktas in the first leg, and so the scoreline could be a bit misleading.
However, even at full strength, Besiktas will find it tough going against the run-away German leaders.
Even while likely they will rotate their options, Bayern Munich are still favourites at a best price of 8/13 with William Hill and Bet365.
Another win to nil improves the odds, however, to 9/4 with Bet365.
While Bayern have had no problems scoring in recent weeks, with a much-changed team they might well ease off this time - a Bayern win and under 2.5 goals will return 17/4 with Ladbrokes.
A bet on the goalscorer is risky, given how many changes Bayern might make, but Sandro Wagner should play up front and can be backed at 7/5 with Ladbrokes to score at any time.
This tie is over as far as a place in the quarter-final is concerned. Bayern won the first leg 5-0, and a comfortable win to nil in the second would book their last-eight place nicely.