Real Madrid's Xabi Alonso and AC Milan's Mark van Bommel are among the highest-profile players who will miss the first-legs of the Champions League quarter-finals through suspension.
The Blancos midfielder, along with the Rossoneri man, have been handed one-match bans after reaching their yellow card limits, having been booked against CSKA Moscow and Arsenal in their respective second legs in the round of 16.
There will also be a further three players who will sit out the opening fixture of the quarter-finals: Marseille goalkeeper Steve Mandanda and defender Souleymane Diawara, and APOEL winger Gustavo Manduca.
The Senegalese centre-back was also shown yellow against Inter, but Mandanda will be ruled out after he was shown a red card late in the clash against the Nerazzurri. Manduca, meanwhile, will also have to watch from the stands after he was dismissed in extra-time against Olympique Lyonnais.
Ironically, both Mandanda and Manduca played pivotal roles in their sides' progress to the last eight.
The draw for the quarter-final stage of the 2011-12 Champions League will be made on Friday at 11:45CET, with the first leg to be played on March 27 and 28. The return game takes place on April 3 and 4.