AEK held to goalless draw
Bayern's upcoming Champions League opponents AEK Athens were held to a goalless draw by local rivals Panathinaikos. "It was our worst performance this season," coach Marinos Ouzounidis said after the match: "We have to improve 100 percent in Munich, otherwise we won't have a chance," added the 50-year-old. AEK dropped to fourth place in the Greek Super League. They now have 17 points, six short of leaders PAOK.
AEK Athens line-up against Panathinaikos: Barkas – Bakakis, Oikonomou, Chygrynskyy, Hult – Galanopoulos (Alef 81), André Simoes – Mantalos, Livaja, Boyé (Galo 72) – Ponce (Klonaridis 78)
Slovenian match officials
Matej Jug and his Slovenian compatriots will oversee Wednesday's clash. The 38-year-old takes charge of his first Champions League match this season. He has been refereeing in Europe's elite club competition since the 2013/14 season, having ten CL matches to his name. The match against AEK will be his first one involving FC Bayern.