Breaking CSKA Moscow v Roma odds from the Champions League, with latest betting and match preview from Russia.
CSKA Moscow host Roma in a vital Champions League clash that will go a long way to determining who qualifies.
Both sides sit on four points and are the two favourites to qualify second to Bayern Munich in Group E.
Moscow produced an amazing performance to stun Manchester City 2-1 at the Etihad in their last Champions League fixture.
Two Seydou Doumbia goals have given them a real chance of upsetting the odds to reach the last 16.
Back to back defeats to Bayern Munich have seen Roma require results going into fixtures with Moscow and Manchester City.
After a 7-1 defeat at home to Bayern, they improved in the away fixture, before ultimately going down 2-0.
Roma thrashed CSKA Moscow 5-1 in the opening group game, with the former Arsenal man Gervinho scoring twice.
The match will also go far to determining if Manchester City have any chance of reaching the last 16.
Should there be a winner in the match in Russia, then Manchester City will have to beat the 2012/13 champions Bayern Munich.
Doumbia scored twice at the Etihad, although is an injury doubt for CSKA and it would be a real blow for the hosts if he misses out.
Pontus Wernbloom and Alan Dzagoev returned from suspension to feature against City and the pair will feature again.
Francesco Totti may start from the bench, with Juan Iturbe leading the line for the Italian side.
Gervinho is an injury doubt for the visitors, whilst Ashley Cole will start from left-back for Roma.
CSKA Moscow: Akinfeev, Figuera, Berezoutski, Ignashevitch, Schennikov, Musa, Wernbloom, Efremov, Dzagoev, Alekseevich, Milanov
Roma: Skorupski, Torosidis, Cole, Manolas, Holebas, De Rossi, Keita, Nanggolan, Pjanic, Destro, Iturbe