Competition: Champions League Date: Tuesday 6th December 2016 Venue: Allianz Arena Kick-Off: 19:45 GMT
Bayern Munich are without injured duo Kingsley Coman and Julian Green for the visit of Atletico Madrid.
With qualification secured and it being impossible to leapfrog tomorrow’s opponents into top-spot, Carlo Ancelotti could rotate the squad.
Atletico are also expected to rotate and Felipe Luis is unlikely to be risked, as he is just one yellow card away from suspension.
Having drawn 0-0 at the weekend, Atletico will want a win to keep their momentum in Europe going.
Tomorrow’s monstrous clash in the Champions League unfortunately won’t be that important, as the top-two spots within the group are already set. However, Bayern have struggled since Carlo Ancelotti took over and a morale-boosting win here could be vital.
Diego Simeone’s side also have nothing to play for but pride and the manager will command a positive performance, especially after a disappointing result at the weekend. Keeping four clean sheets in their five games this season in Europe, Atleti will be tough to break down.
Later on in the competition, this would be a fierce clash that could go either way. Here though, there could be a friendly feel to the game and a draw is the most probable outcome.
Neuer, Kimmich, Martinez, Hummels, Alaba, Vidal, Alcantara, Robben, Muller, Costa, Lewandowski
Oblak, Juanfran, Gimenez, Godin, Hernandez, Niguez, Gabi, Koke, Carrasco, Gameiro, Griezmann
Atletico have won all five games this season in the Champions League, drawing their last three at half-time.