With Zlatan Ibrahimovic scoring freely, and a defense that is increasingly hard to breach, Paris Saint-Germain's confidence is high ahead of Wednesday's tough trip to Porto in the Champions League on Wednesday.
PSG has won its past five games to move up to second place in the French league, with Ibrahimovic scoring six goals during that spell, and the defense conceding just two.
Carlo Ancelotti's PSG has not played a team of Porto's caliber this season and faces its first big test against the Portuguese champion, although its defenders will no doubt be relieved that striker Hulk no longer plays for the club.
Dynamo Kiev, which has recruited Oleg Blokhin from the Ukraine national team as its new coach, hosts Dinamo Zagreb in Group A's other match, with both teams getting back to winning ways at the weekend after losing their previous two games.
Victory against Porto would put PSG well on the way to the knockout stages and raise expectations even higher after an outlay of over ?15...