While the Belgian international did not travel with the team, coach Jupp Heynckes has forward Claudio Pizzaro at his disposal again. Pizzaro was rested for Bayern's 5-0 league win at Duesseldorf on Saturday after flying in from Peru.
"We are in a good position and have high hopes for our match in Lille," club CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said. "We do have some increased pressure after our defeat against BATE Borisov but it is up to the team to carve out a win tomorrow."
The Bavarians, who have set a Bundesliga record for the best start to a campaign with eight wins from eight games, are third in Group F on three points after losing 3-1 to Belarusian side BATE earlier this month.
Lille have yet to win a point in the competition.