Bayern entertain Turkish champions Besiktas in the first leg of their last16 tie on Tuesday, and Heynckes expects the usual suspects to be in contention come the final reckoning while he has also been impressed by the performances of the Premier League contingent.
After winning their group, Besiktas have the unwanted task of going to Germany and facing Bayern Munich. They were also one of four teams to remain unbeaten in this season's group stages, alongside Barcelona, Liverpool and Tottenham.
Heynckes, who steered the five-time champions to the 2013 title, turns 73 in May, but says he still feels the "tension build" for a Champions League game.
Besiktas had an impressive showing in the group stages, and the team now sports a seven-match winning streak in the competition.
Jupp Heynckes has won 71% of his games in the competition (29 out of 41), the second best ratio after Luis Enrique (73%) among managers to have taken charge of at least 30 games.
Momentum was very much with the Bundesliga pacesetters from the moment Besiktas went down to 10 men, however, and Fabricio would be required again soon after to somehow keep out Lewandowski's header from point-blank range.
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"We expect Robben and Lewandowski to play, maybe Ribery too".
Back when Senol Gunes was keeping goal at the top level of club football, the competition was still known as the European Champions Cup.
The Turkish side are in the Champions League knockout stages for the first time but face a tough task against a Bayern Munich side that has won its last 13 games in all competitions.
"Real Madrid, Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain are the favourites and, of course, we want to continue our tradition".
"They will look for their chances, so we need to be prepared".
Bayern, who reached the quarter-finals stage last season only to be eliminated by eventual champions Real Madrid, will be looking to put the tie to bed before traveling to Istanbul.