Die Roten go into the conclusion of their semifinal tie with a seemingly unassailable lead over their Spanish counterparts after their resounding 4-0 victory over Tito Vilanova's men in the first leg.
Despite the advantage Heynckes has insisted his team will look to pick up where it left off at the Allianz Arena - by scoring goals.
"We should defend with a high line and try to impose our playing style on them," he told the club's official website. "We need to try and score a goal or two, and it's a possibility. They'll press the ball from the start and try to put us under pressure."