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Paris Saint-Germain vs. Ajax, 2014 UEFA Champions League: Time, TV schedule and game preview

PSG can enter the final match day at the top of Group F with a win over Ajax.

Paris Saint-Germain sit on top of Group F, one point ahead of Barcelona who they will meet on the final match day in December. Before that huge game though, there's business to take care of against Ajax. A win by the Parisians could clinch first place if APOEL pulls off a miracle win over Barca, but anything less than three points for PSG and they could drop to second.

PSG have yet to lose in group play with the only blemish on their record coming in a 1-1 draw against Ajax in the first meeting between the two teams. Since that match Laurent Blanc's side has gotten healthier, especially in the attack where Zlatan Ibrahimovic is finally back and available for selection.

Ajax have had little luck in the group stage with now wins and just two draws. They're eliminated from finishing in second or better, but third place is within reach if they can grab points against PSG. Even a loss won't cripple their chances since they face 4th place APOEL on the final match day.

PSG injuries and suspensions

Out: Marco Verratti (groin), Jean-Christophe Bahebeck (groin), David Luiz (illness), Nicolas Douchez (calf), Lucas (ankle), Blaise Matuidi (wrist)

Ajax injuries and suspensions

Out: Veltman (suspended), Viktor Fischer (hamstring)

Venue: Parc des Princes, Paris, France

TV: DirecTV, FOX Soccer Plus (U.S.), Sky Sports Red Button (U.K.)

Online: FOX Soccer 2Go, ESPN3 (U.S.), Sportsnet World Now (Canada), SkyGo (U.K.)

Listings via LiveSoccerTV.