The Italians booked their place in the last 16 in their fifth outing of Group C, and could take the opportunity to rest some players against the eliminated Russians.
Zapata, Yepes, Acerbi, De Sciglio
Flamini, Ambrosini, Nocerino
Boateng, Bojan, Emanuelson
Anyukov, Hubocan, Lombaerts, Criscito
Fayzulin, Shirokov, Witsel
Bystrov, Kerzhakov, Hulk
With his team already assured of second place in Group C and a spot in the knockout stages, Massimiliano Allegri has the luxury of being able to rotate his squad for Tuesday's meeting with Zenit St Petersburg.
Stephan El Shaarawy is one player who looks set for a rest as Bojan Krkic prepares himself for a start. Mathieu Flamini and Massimo Ambrosini could make an appearance in midfield and replace first choice pairing Nigel de Jong and Riccardo Montolivo.
Fighting for pride having been eliminated from Europe's premier club competition, Luciano Spalletti will bring an attacking team back to his native Italy.
Brazil international Hulk is expected to feature in a three-man forward line, alongside Aleksandr Kerzhakov and Aleksandr Bukharov. Striker Vladimir Bystrov is suspended after being shown the red card against Malaga.
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- Milan needs just one goal in the next match to reach the landmark figure of 400 in the Champions League, having scored an impressive 399 in the tournament including its previous incarnation as the European Cup.
- Massimiliano Allegri's side has qualified from Group C. It cannot, however, catch Malaga which holds a three point cushion as well as a better head-to-head record over the Italians.
- The Rossoneri took on Tuesday's rivals in Saint Petersburg in the second round of fixtures, where they squandered a two-goal lead before finally recording a 3-2 victory.
- Milan is yet to win at home in the 2012-13 Champions League, having previously been held to draws against Malaga and Anderlecht.
- Zenit has no mathematical chance of making the next round of the Champions League, but needs a win to be sure of entering the Europa League.
- Its last outing in the competition saw it come back from 2-0 down to rescue a draw at home to Malaga, although only a win would have been enough to keep its hopes of qualification alive.
- Domestically, the reigning Russian Premier League champion currently lays third in the table, three points behind joint leaders Anzhi Makhachkala and CSKA Moscow.
- Coach Luciano Spalletti is the third consecutive foreign-born trainer to occupy the Zenit hotseat, and has been in charge since December 2009.