Schalke 04 boss Ralf Rangnick revealed he will field a different side for Tuesday's Champions League semi-final against Manchester United after his team lost in the Bundesliga on Saturday.
Schalke hopes of a morale-boosting win were dashed in a 1-0 home defeat to Kaiserslautern.
Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, who on Wednesday told the Royal Blues he will not renew his contract which expires at the end of next season, was beaten in the 42nd minute by Kaiserslautern's Srdjan Lakic.
Rangnick is expected to revert largely to the side which beat holders Inter Milan 2-1 in Gelsenkirchen in the quarter-finals on April 13 when his side host United.
Spanish play-maker Jose Jurado is expected to start, as will defender Benedikt Hoewedes - who scored the winning goal against Inter - after sitting out Saturday's defeat with injury.
The midfield of Greece's Kyriakos Papadopoulos, Germany's Joel Matip, Alexander Baumjohann and Spain's Jurado is expected to face United after Rangnick named a totally different quartet against Kaiserslautern.
"I selected the team in such a way, because I wanted to win both of our games (against Kaiserslautern and Manchester United)," said Rangnick.
"In the Champions League, we will select a different starting eleven again."
But Rangnick was disappointed with the defeat.
"If you look at the entire 90 minutes, we had the better chances," said Rangnick.
"But unlike Kaiserslautern, we did not use our possibilities."
"I am not dissatisfied with the defeat."
"The team put in a decent performance, this was the first time this particular team has played together, which has to be taken into consideration."
Meanwhile, Schalke's bosses are also set to sit down with veteran striker Raul, 33, to talk about an extension to his contracted which runs until 2012 and is enjoying a stellar season.
Former Real Madrid star Raul is the Champions League all-time top goal-scorer having netted 71 times.
"We had a first meeting with his agent around the first game against Inter and there will be a further meeting around the United game," said Schalke's director of sport Horst Heldt.
"We would love to have him play another few seasons with us, that would make us proud."
"He is an honest man and must be handled with respect."
"We are grateful that he is with us, he is world class and humble, even though he has achieved nearly everything in football."