Ajax and Benfica go head to head at the Johan Cruijff Arena on Tuesday in the second leg of the Champions League Round 0f 16.
The first leg resulted in a 2-2 draw at Estadio da Luz as a Sebastien Haller own goal and Roman Yaremchuk strike earned the Liga NOS outfit a draw having fallen behind twice in the match to goals from Dusan Tadic and Haller in the first half.
Erik ten Hag’s men have been impressive in the Champions League this season, topping Group C by winning six matches from six against the likes of Borussia Dortmund, Sporting Lisbon and Besiktas, scoring 20 and conceding five in the process.
Two of these victories included the 4-2 and 5-1 hammerings of Sporting, who are ahead of Benfica in the Portuguese Primeira by three points with a game in hand. To add to this, Ajax’s last two league matches against Cambuur and RKC Waalwijk have resulted in 3-2 victories.