Celtic captain Scott Brown will have his appeal against an extended Champions League ban heard on Friday.
Uefa imposed an additional two matches
on top of an automatic one-game suspension following Brown's red card for a foul on Barcelona's Neymar.
He sat out the
2-1 win over Ajax
and is set to miss the return in Amsterdam and AC Milan's visit to Glasgow.
The 28-year-old midfielder will appear at the hearing in Switzerland, along with a representative from Celtic.
Celtic visit Ajax on 6 November and host Milan on 26 November.
Manager Neil Lennon explained last week: "We would like him there to put his point across.
"He has a good disciplinary record and I think that should stand him in good stead as well."
Referee Stephane Lannoy dismissed Brown after he appeared to trip then aim a kick at Neymar during
Barcelona's 1-0 win in Glasgow on 1 October.
Brown later admitted that he "made a mistake"
in getting sent off but maintained the decision was "harsh".
After the game, Lennon called the red card "very soft", adding "if there was any contact, it was minimal".