The Dutch side have only won one of their four group-stage matches, while the visitors remain unbeaten, three points above them at the top of the group.
Feyenoord are hoping to continue their good run of form in all competitions after going unbeaten in their last six matches.
Dick Advocaat has had to manage with a depleted squad in recent weeks, but that does not seem to have affected the team on the pitch as of yet, with the Dutch side one of two Eredivisie top-flight teams to remain unbeaten and still have a strong chance of progressing to the knockout stages of the Europa League.
One player who will be fit and available for selection is forward Steven Berghuis, who has been directly involved in 25 chances in the Europa League this season – only CSKA Moscow's Nikola Vlasic and Arsenal's Nicolas Pepe have been involved in more.
Feyenoord have won, drawn and lost in each of their three previous meetings with Croatian sides, drawing 0-0 in the reverse fixture against Dinamo Zagreb in October.
Victory for Feyenoord would see them go level on points with Zagreb at the top of Group D.
Dinamo have taken command of Group K in recent weeks after back-to-back victories over Wolfsberger saw the Croatian side climb to the top of the table.
Dinamo Zagreb head into their game with Feyenoord winless in their last seven meetings with Dutch opponents in all competitions, failing to score in each of their last six.
However, Zoran Mamic's side are unbeaten in the Europa League this campaign and they are the only team yet to concede a goal in the first four matches.
Securing their third win in a row would confirm their place in the knockout stages of the competition, topping the group as they did in the 2018-19 season.
Feyenoord Europa League form: DLWD
Feyenoord form (all competitions): WWWWDD
Dinamo Zagreb Europa League form: DDWW
Dinamo Zagreb form (all competitions): DDWWLW
Feyenoord head coach Dick Advocaat faces difficulties in picking his starting XI, with up to nine players absent ahead of Thursday's match.
Midfielder Orkun Kokcu could be recalled to the side after missing the 1-1 draw with Utrecht through suspension.
Dinamo, on the other hand, have no injury concerns as they head to the Netherlands.
Wales Under-21's midfielder Robbie Burton, who has made two substitute appearances for the club, will be hoping to earn his first start since joining from Arsenal earlier this year.
Feyenoord possible starting lineup:
Marsman; Nieuwkoop, Botteghin, Senesi, Geertruida; Diemers, Toornstra, Kokcu; Berghuis, Bannis, Linssen
Dinamo Zagreb possible starting lineup:
Livakovic; Moharrami, Lauritsen, Peric, Gvardiol; Franjic, Ademi, Majer; Kastrati, Petkovic, Orsic
We say: Feyenoord 0-1 Dinamo Zagreb
Feyenoord will be hoping to move clear of both Wolfsberger and CSKA Moscow in Group K, but with a depleted squad they may struggle against a Zagreb side who are looking stronger and are aiming to win the group.