Marco Reus could be set for action on Wednesday for the German side, while Kylian Mbappe continues being a threat for the Dortmund defence.
Borussia Dortmund boss Thomas Tuchel says his side were in an "awkward mindset" when their team bus was delayed before Wednesday's Champions League second leg at Monaco.
The Germans were up against it in the second leg having lost 3-2 at home last week, the match played a day later than originally scheduled after three bombs exploded close to the Dortmund bus, leaving defender Marc Bartra in hospital with arm injuries. The club's chief executive Hans-Joachim Watzke even considered withdrawing the club from the competition. Now we have to play well and I'm convinced we can do that. We're ready and focused.
"At this level you can not set limits for your players".
"It's a situation that we're all discovering together. It is very important to be able to take your mind off things, think less about what has happened".
In particular, the left flank tortured Dortmund early on, with Tuchel's men never quite sure whether to track their men inside or out.
"The players have different ways of getting rid of the stress".
Monaco's aggregate lead is slim at just 3-2, thanks to a wild and entertaining second half to that opening match, but those three away goals will be huge as they try to defend their lead.
With his club still going through the darkest hours of their history, Dortmund coach Thomas Tuchel is counting on Reus to give his team an "energy boost".
He had scored twice in the first leg and in both legs against Manchester City in the Round of 16. "We will enjoy ourselves and draw on our qualities", said Jardim. The 18-year-old needed no further invitation to score a 19th goal in 19 matches.
The Germany global was culpable of poor defensive play as Monaco rampaged down their left flank early on, ultimately sealing their semi-final place on that wing during that period.
The Ligue 1 leaders, the first team in the Champions League to reach the last four after going through two preliminary rounds, had the game nearly wrapped up after early goals by youngster Kylian Mbappe and Colombian striker Radamel Falcao. The newly-capped France worldwide forms an electric attack alongside rejuvenated Colombia striker Radamel Falcao, who has 26 goals this season.
"Our players are confident", Tuchel said.
In scoring that opening goal, Mbappe became the youngest ever player to score five Champions League goals, taking that record from Real Madrid legend Raul. The night before, Dortmund's bus was bombed in an attack that we now know was quite serious.