Arjen Robben will be in contention for a starting role when Bayern Munich face FC Zurich on Wednesday.
The German giants are set to take on Swiss opposition in the UEFA Champions League play-offs.
With a place in the group stages of Europe's premier club competition up for grabs, it is imperative that they leave nothing to chance.
That means naming their strongest possible side for a two-legged tie they know they cannot afford to slip up in.
The return of Dutch winger Robben would offer them a timely boost, as he was forced to sit out a 1-0 victory over Wolfsburg on Saturday.
Bayern believe they were right to leave him out of that contest, as he was carrying back and thigh problems, but are confident he will be ready for midweek duty.
Coach Jupp Heynckes admits it was 'smart not to let him play in Wolfsburg', with Robben having trained 'very well' since then.
Bayern have more reason than most for wanting to go far in this season's Champions League, with the final set to be held in Munich.
Club captain Philipp Lahm admits failure is not an option, with it important for the club to take full advantage of their home advantage on Wednesday.
He said: "Everyone is fully focused. As always, we'll be fully prepared and we want to put on a good game.
"We need to achievable a favourable result. I think none of us would have anything against a 2-0 win."