Dynamo Kyiv return to Scandinavia as they face up against Malmö, just across the water from Copenhagen who they played in the previous Matchday!
Malmö is the side whom Mykhaylychenko broke down in tears against as Dynamo scored late on to overrule an underwhelming performance in Kyiv and secure an opening night win in the Europa.
Since then Dynamo have failed to win in Europe. They have drawn all three games, including two rather identical matches against Copenhagen. Malmö are weaker than their Danish counterparts, but play a similar style of football. All the teams in Group B are rather inept at finishing and as such a low scoring game is highly likely.
Fortunately for Mykhaylychenko he has a rather strong squad to call upon. One notable absence who has impressed recently is Popov at the heart of defence. However Kadar should be a more than apt replacement.
Dynamo can also take some positives from the fact that Denys Boyko has travelled, looking to make his return from injury. Tonight may be a game too early but his comeback is a boost nonetheless.
Benjamin Verbic rescued Dynamo a point in Denmark last time out in the Europa League and having celebrated his birthday yesterday, the omens look good for him to perform once again tonight!
The question that still seems unanswered is who will start upfront. Besiedin seems the likeliest of candidates but as is well documented he is far from the most effective. Dynamo will need to find goals from somewhere though if they want to top the group. They trail Copenhagen on goals scored with the rivals up against bottom club Lugano.