On Friday, United boss Ferguson said there was a chance Vidic could be in the squad following knee surgery in September and the 31-year-old did train at Carrington on Tuesday morning.
However, the game will come too early in his recovery and he will not be considered for Sunday's Manchester derby either.
"I do not think he will play," said Ferguson. "He feels he needs another few days' training. He will not play in the derby if he doesn't play tomorrow, although I wasn't considering him for Sunday anyway."
Ferguson also confirmed Japan international Shinji Kagawa had returned to training after his own knee injury and there is an outside chance he could be involved at the weekend.
"He's showing good promise now. It is much better and I don't think he is far away," said Ferguson.
Meanwhile, Ferguson confirmed that while he will make changes to his line up on Wednesday, Wayne Rooney will be in his starting XI.