Turkey's Fenerbahce need win over Dynamo to keep Europe dream alive.hurriyet2008-detailbox-newslink { font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size:13px; font-weight:bold; text-decoration:none; color:#000000;}.hurriyet2008-detailbox-newslink:hover { font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size:13px; font-weight:bold; text-decoration:underline; color:#990000;}Turkey's Fenerbahce, who has lost the chance for qualifying to the Champions League knockout stages, wants to keep its European dream alive with a victory against Dynamo Kiev on Wednesday.

Neither side have a hope of reaching the Champions League knockout stages, with Arsenal and Porto already having clinched the two Group G spots, but both will be hoping their final game in the competition is not their last in Europe.

Fenerbahce has a three-point disadvantage against Dynamo and a will be able to achieve the visa to progress to UEFA Cup by only a victory at the Lobanovsky Dynamo Stadium.

On the other hand, a draw would be enough for Dynamo to ensure a UEFA Cup place.

Fenerbahce manager Luis Aragones is expected to show that a disappointing Champions League omission from the knock-out stage does not translate into a premature exit from extra-domestic competition. While the Yellow Canaries have underperformed thus far in this season’s Champions League competition, six out of eight wins in the Turkcell Super League have confirmed a return to form and a new-found optimism.

For Fenerbahce, Semih Senturk, Burak Yilmaz, Emre and Colin Kazim-Richards have been left at home and will not take part in the Ukraine clash, while Dynamo are without the suspended Olexandr Aliyev and Badr El Kaddouri, who has injured his right knee. Striker Artem Kravets returns after illness.

The UEFA Cup final is set to be held at Fenerbahce's Sukru Saracoglu Stadium on May 20.