The Russian giants face the Slovakian side in a Champions League Group F game.
Spartak Moscow are coming into the game with a 2-2 draw at home to Amkar Perm in their last game.
“I believe we can win on Tuesday,” Spartak manager Valery Karpin said.
“But we desperately need to improve our defensive performance if we want to win. Amkar produced two shots on our goal and scored twice. It’s unacceptable.”