With four wins in four and a place in the last 16 already secured, Zenit St. Petersburg will target top spot in Group H when they host Valencia in the Champions League on Tuesday.

Zenit St. Petersburg are the only team with a 100% record in the Champions League this season, and Andre Villas Boas' men will be keen to continue that impressive run.

All Zenit require is a draw to guarantee them pole position in Group H. "The most important thing for us is to win the match and go through as group winners," Villas-Boas told UEFA's official website.

"This is very important for us as it would mean playing at home in the second leg of our round of 16 tie. We have two attempts at getting the point we need.

"Our strategy will be no different to previous games -- we will attack, but we will keep a balance between defence and attack, and we will play to win. Valencia have plenty of motivation and will do everything they can to get the result they require."

Valencia, second in the group and two points ahead of Gent, will be desperate for a win, as victory will give them qualification as long as Lyon, bottom with just one point, hold the Belgian side to at least a draw in France.

The Spanish side's manager Nuno Esporito Santo, though, knows a win away to Zenit, the form side in the Champions League this season, will be far from easy, especially considering the Russians beat them in the reverse fixture 3-2.

"We have watched a lot of Zenit matches and we know the quality of their players and the style of their team, and we are well prepared," Santo said.

"As usual, we need to work, we need to analyse and we need to start tuning in for the match. Zenit have a clear gameplan – they play very quickly and move from defence to attack very effectively."

Team news: Zenit St. Petersburg: The former Real Madrid and Manchester City midfielder Javi Garcia and Aleksandr Anyukov will miss this match through suspension, while Viktor Fayzulin is ruled out because of a knee injury.

Valencia: Esporito Santo has a big injury list to deal with, as Diego Alves, Shkodran Mustafi, Antonio Barragan, Pablo Piatti, Alvaro Negredo and Rodrigo are all on the treatment table.

"We are missing some important players, but we have the reserves to plug these gaps," Esporito Santo said.

Where to Watch Live

Zenit vs Valencia is scheduled for a 6 pm CET (10.30 pm IST, 5 pm GMT, 12 pm ET) start. Live coverage of the UEFA Champions League match in India will be on Ten Sports, while the action can be watched via live streaming online on Ten Sports Live.

Viewers in the UK can watch the game live on BT Sport2, while all the Champions League action can also be live streamed on Watch BT Sport or by downloading the BT Sport App.

The UCL game will be shown live in the Middle East, Australia, Spain, France and Canada on Bein Sports, while the online live streaming option is on Bein Sports Connect.

Watch Zenit St. Petersburg vs Valencia live on Fox Sports and ESPN 3 in the US, while the live stream option is on FoxSoccer2Go.