Juventus will fight for their continental future when they host Paris Saint-Germain in UEFA Champions League Group H on Wednesday. Third in the pool and level on points with Maccabi Haifa, a win or even a draw could very well send the Italian giants packing on the European scene. After losing in Israel, Massimiliano Allegri's men need to beat undefeated PSG here to be sure of a Europa League berth, while a draw could see Haifa overtake the Old Lady at the last minute if they surprise visitors SL Benfica. "Obviously, it is better to qualify ahead of the final game," said Allegri's opposite number, Christophe Galtier, before the game. "That was a non-negotiable with PSG. Topping the group is an objective. We know what can happen in the draw when you finish second. People think that there is not much riding on this one -- there is. It is our duty to finish first to set up a more favorable draw. Juve might be eliminated, but they will want the Europa League. It is an historic club with much pride." "Juve never had their strongest XI available.We you are missing world class players like Paul Pogba and Federico Chiesa, obviously you are weaker. Even with mentality and desire, you need experience and world class talent. Juve have been deprived of their best players." Here are our storylines, how you can watch the match and more: How to watch and odds Date: Wednesday, Nov. 2 | Time: 4 p.m. ET Location: Juventus Stadium -- Turin, Italy TV and live stream Storylines Juve: Things are desperate for Allegri who has his side seventh in Serie A and dropping down a level at best in Europe. Juve have lost four of five Champions League games this edition and visitors PSG are yet to lose a game across all competitions. The Italians are suffering from a malaise which has been present for quite some time now and succumbing to a shock exit from continental competition entirely would almost certainly seal Allegri's fate in what has been a near-disastrous second spell in Turin. Three wins from their last four comes from improved domestic form, but there is clearly a big gulf between Juve's Serie A opponents and their Champions League ones. "Today is a strange press conference," said Allegri. "It is the first in many years where we play without it being decisive for the Champions League. Now in the Europa League we try to go there, it is still Europe, we have to play a fair match, we face one of the strongest in Europe. "I spoke with Pogba earlier," added the Italian. "It is pointless repeating what has already been said, once the decision was made not to have surgery at the start of the season, it was normal that hopes that he could return with Juventus and France were slim. He is sorry for Juve and the World Cup -- it is normal that we were penalised for not having him available."