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PSG will be out to consolidate their place at the top of their Champions’ league group E when they welcome Dutch side, Ajax to the Parc des Princes on Tuesday.

Laurent Blanc’s side have already qualified for the knockout stages after winning three and drawing one of their opening four games and they could seal top spot if they win and Barcelona slip up away to APOEL.

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Should Barcelona win then it would set up an intriguing finale at the Nou Camp in two weeks with a winner takes all battle.

With so much still to play for, Blanc has warned his midweek visitors that there will be no let up from his side.

“Before thinking of Barcelona, we first have to think of the match against Ajax”, Blanc said in his pre-match conference.

“If we want the game against Barcelona to be decisive, we need to win tomorrow.

“I have a deep respect for Ajax, they have some very good attacking players. They always develop good young attackers and that is the case again.

“That is why they are a special club. (Christian) Eriksen has gone (to Tottenham) but now you have (Davy) Klaassen, (Anwar) El Ghazi.

“They develop players then sell them when top European clubs come calling. It’s what they have always done and always will.”

The French champions, currently second in the table a point behind leaders Marseille, have won each of their last 5 league games, including a 3-2 win away to Metz last time out.

They will be without Marco Verratti, Yohan Cabaye and forward Jean-Christophe Bahebeck for the game however David Luiz is available after sitting out the clash with Metz.

Ajax meanwhile will be without the suspended Joel Veltman while defender Stefano Denswil has been included in the squad.

Ajax are currently third in the group, one point above bottom of the table APOEL and while UCL qualification is not possible the club will be out to secure a Europa league spot.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.