Jens Jonsson, Abdou Traoré and Eren Albayrak are injured for the away side.
Few changes are expected from Konyaspor's usual XI as they have to win to have any chance of finishing second.
Both teams have an outside chance of finishing second but only a win for either team would give them any hope. They also need group winners Salzburg to beat Marseille to have a chance of moving into second.
Vitoria de Guimaraes have won three and lost three of their last six, but those three wins have come in their last four outings. At home, they have only kept two clean sheets all season, which is a concern.
Konyaspor have only won two of their last 12 competitive matches and they have not beaten a top-flight side away from home all season. While they are capable of finding the back of the net on their travels, stopping the other team from scoring has proven nearly impossible for the Turkish side.
WhoScored.com provides you with unparalleled football statistics, as well as detailed football previews and football rankings from competitions all over the world. Our live, in-depth football statistics from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, Eredivisie, Russian Premier League, Brasileirão, MLS, Super Lig and Championship supplies unique and original insights for football fans, sports betting punters, journalists, football managers and players. We also have football tables, live scores, top performing players as calculated with our unique WhoScored.com ratings, articles, graphics, rankings and much more.