Offical announcment from official AC Milan website:
Squad leaving to Madrid:
KEEPERS: Abbiati, Dida, Fiori
DEFENDERS: Aubameyang, Costacurta, Helveg, Laursen, Maldini, Nesta, Simic
MIDFIELDERS:Brocchi, Dalla Bona, Pirlo, Redondo, Rivaldo, Rui Costa, Seedorf
FORWARDS: Leonardo, Shevchenko, Tomasson
And in Chievo-game squad is:
Milan: Dida; Simic, Nesta, Maldini, Kaladze (Laursen 60); Gattuso, Pirlo, Seedorf; Rui Costa, Shevchenko (Tomasson 80); Inzaghi)
Eipä näy nyt seuraavia herroja mm; Inzaghi, Gattusso, Kaladze, Roque Junior,Ambrossini,Serginho
Manchester United v FC Basle
Champions League, Mar 12, KO 19.45
Sir Alex Ferguson is ready to field a young and inexperienced Manchester United side in Wednesday's Champions League meeting with Swiss side FC Basle at Old Trafford.
With a quarter-final berth already assured and a must-win Premiership trip to Aston Villa looming on Saturday, Ferguson will not want to take a chance with any of his established stars who are less than 100% fit.
Roy Keane (hamstring) and Juan Sebastian Veron (knee) are definitely out, while Mikael Silvestre (knee), Wes Brown (hamstring) and Quinton Fortune (groin) are not likely to be risked.
Kieran Richardson, Danny Pugh and Darren Fletcher are among the rookies who will hope to face Christian Gross' men, who have already accounted for Celtic and Liverpool in this season's competition and still harbour hopes of a last-eight berth themselves.
Barthez, Carroll, Ricardo, G Neville, Brown, Ferdinand, Silvestre, O'Shea, Beckham, P Neville, Scholes, Keane, Butt, Giggs, Van Nistelrooy, Solskjaer, Forlan, Roche, Richardson, Pugh, Fletcher.