Ajax warmed up for their trip to Ukraine in excellent fashion at the weekend with a 5-0 Eredivisie win over lowly Emmen, and that goalscoring form should stand the Dutch side in good stead as they bid to return to the Champions League group stages for the first time in four years.
A 3-1 win in Amsterdam in the first leg of this play-off last week has put Ajax in a strong position, and if they can find the back of the net in Kiev, they have every chance of qualifying.
Erik ten Hag rested both right-back Noussair Mazraoui and midfielder Lasse Schone for the league game on Saturday, both both should come back into the starting line up.
Young Danish striker Kasper Dolberg remains sidelined with an injury that has prevented him from featuring at all so far this season. Dinamo Kiev also rested players at the weekend but have no major injury concerns ahead of Tuesday night's game.
Dinamo have won their previous two home matches in Champions League qualifying this summer by a two goal margin and they will once again need to impress in front of goal.
Ajax's defensive record on the road in qualifying could give them hope with the Dutch side having conceded in each of their last six away qualifiers.
However the Amsterdam outfit have also found the back of the net in each of those six matches meaning another high scoring game could be on the cards.
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Ajax meanwhile have scored over 1.5 goals in the two away qualifiers they have played so far and are offered at 13/10 (2.30) to do so once more.