De Boeck (hip), Mornar (muscle injury) and Pirard (adductors) didn't play on Saturday against RC Genk, but meanwhile they are fit again.
Milojevic is added to the list of injured along with Baseggio, Jestrovic, Doll and Iachtchouk.
The second goalkeeper has problems with his knee. Probably the almost completely recovered Pavlovic will take in his place in the team.
Nicolay is injured and he will be replaced by the young Serb Lovre. Thompson is playing two interlands with Nigeria and isn't going to Moscow either.
Stoica played his first game on Saturday but won't be in the starting line-up yet, which will probably consist out of: De Wilde, Pirard, Crasson, De Boeck, Ilic; Aruna, Hasi, Vanderhaeghe, Hendrikx; Mornar, De Bilde.
The reserves are Pavlovic or Carlier, Lovre, Oyen, Said, Seol, Stoica, Traore and Van Hout.
Moscow doesn't play attractive football, they only focus on the result. That was the most important conclusion of the scouting from Anderlecht. They have athletic players, with an immense fighting spirit.
Against Tirol they only played with one striker, but it is most likely that they will add an extra striker. It is obvious that Moscow is a team plays on the counter attack.