The 23-year-old Belgian, who cycled for Vérandas Willems-Crelan, suffered cardiac arrest during the event and died hours later in hospital.
The African team will pay their respects to him when they compete in the 201km race that runs from Leuven to Overijse in Belgium.
The seven DiData riders who will be at the start are Edvald Boasson Hagen (who was the favoured rider for Paris-Roubaix), Julien Vermote, Serge Pauwels, Ryan Gibbons, Johann van Zyl, Scott Davies and Amanuel Ghebreigzabhier.
Belgian Vermote is relatively new to the team, having joined in August. The 28-year-old spent seven years with the Quick-Step outfit and claimed three professional victories.
They will tackle cobbled roads and steep climbs during the race, which is viewed as a transitional event between the spring cobbled classics and the Ardennes classics.
“Tomorrow will see a combination of Flanders and Ardennes classics riders come together,” said the team’s sport director JP Heynderickx.
“There are many climbs on the parcours. This will make it a tough race, but one we look forward to.
“We’d like to pay our respects to Michael Goolaerts’s family, friends and team.”