Park Joo-Ho is the main absentee for Basel, having missed the 2-0 win at Grasshoppers this weekend. He is not expected to make it back in time to play at the Allianz Arena.
Scott Chipperfield remains out.
Huggel, Streller, Alexander Frei and Xhaka are all one yellow card away from suspension.
Otherwise, the Swiss side are expected to name an unchanged lineup.
Bayern Munich come into this must-win Champions League tie on the back of a romping 7-1 win over Hoffenheim at the weekend. They have, however, won only 2 of their last 5 matches in all competitions, but they have won their last 7 home games on the trot, scoring at least twice in all of those matches, and conceding only 1 goal in the last 5.
Basel, meanwhile, have won their last 4 games in a row, have not lost a competitive game since October and have only lost away from home once all season, and even that loss was in mid-August. They are 11 points clear at the top of the Swiss Super League and are clearly high on confidence at the moment.
However, playing at the Allianz Arena is likely to be a significant step up from what they are used to, and even though they managed a draw at Old Trafford earlier in the season, Bayern will be sure not to underestimate their opponents. Their potent strike force should be too strong for Basel to handle.
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