Besiktas are top of Group G with six points and will be travelling to Monaco to face the team at the bottom of the group, with only one point acquired in the first two matches.
Flashscore presents the key facts before the match:
Alvaro Negredo (Besiktas) scored the goal to knock Monaco out of the tournament (4-3 aggregate win) in the play-off round of ‘15/16 when he was a Valencia player.
Falcao has scored 14 goals in 15 games in all competitions this season. He also has history with Besiktas, having scored home and away whilst at Porto in the Europa League campaign of ‘10/11.
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There is always potential for a goal fest when Monaco take to the field, as there has been over 2.5 goals in 9 of their last 11 games.
Besiktas are not afraid of a big challenge, with on average 16.25 fouls, and 2.5 cards per game this season. They have a foul per tackle ratio of 1.05, making on average more fouls than clean tackles per game.
Monaco: L. Badiashile (arm injury), G. Carillo (foot injury), S. Jovetic (thigh injury)
Besiktas: D. Boyko (doubtful), A. Nukan (doubtful), G. Tore (doubtful)