He can also finally count on a fully fit Eden Hazard, who was in lively form in Saturday's 2-0 win over Osasuna and is in line to start at the ground which he called home for seven years before switching from Chelsea to Real in 2019.
UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin had said that the clubs who wished to breakaway would "suffer the consequences" but later said it was unlikely Real could be expelled from this season's Champions League.
"It's illogical (that Real could be expelled). We're going to play in the Champions League as that's our right," Zidane told a news conference ahead of his side's La Liga game against Real Betis on Saturday.
They were missing key players in Eden Hazard, Raphael Varane and Sergio Ramos for the quarter-final first leg but dominated the midfield thanks to their long-running trio of Casemiro, Luka Modric and Toni Kroos, the foundation of their three consecutive Champions League triumphs.
Watching Real beat the Premier League champions so comfortably, it was easy to forget what a chaotic season it has been.
Central defender Ramos picked up a calf injury while doing warm-down exercises with Spain after their 3-1 victory over Kosovo on Wednesday. He came on as an 86th-minute substitute in the World Cup qualifier.
The 35-year-old looks set to be absent for both legs of the upcoming Champions League quarter-final meeting with Liverpool, as well as next Saturday's Clasico against Barcelona.