Spain : Primera Liga injured & suspended list (with statistics)


24.2AlexisD172-125.2 ?
24.2DeyversonF205-025.2 s
13.1Einar GalileaD00-0

Athletic Bilbao

24.2Aritz AdurizF208-1
24.2Raul GarciaM225-226.2 s
24.2Aymeric LaporteD211-026.2 ?
13.1Kepa ArrizabalagaG110-0

Atletico Madrid

10.2Diego GodinD201-026.2 ?
28.9Augusto FernandezM30-0


17.2Alexis VidalD62-2
10.2Javier MascheranoD150-0


24.2Matias NahuelM70-025.2 s
17.2Dani CeballosM150-125.2 ?
10.2Jose CarlosD50-0


24.2Jonny CastroD200-326.2 s

Deportivo La Coruna

24.2Celso BorgesM225-0


24.2Fran RicoM172-125.2 s
17.2Imanol SarriegiM00-0
10.2Alex GalvezD110-025.2 ?
13.1David JuncaD20-025.2 ?


24.2Papakouli DiopM130-026.2 s
17.2Marc NavarroD42-126.2 ?+
27.1Victor SanchezM161-1
16.12Leo BaptistaoF133-3


17.2Diego MarinoG10-026.2 s


17.2Artem KravetsF205-2
10.2Matthieu SaunierD90-0

Las Palmas

24.2Marko LivajaF194-3
24.2Javi CastellanoM10-0
17.2Angel MontoroM120-0


24.2AlbertoM140-025.2 s
10.2David TimorM171-1
13.1Jon SerantesG130-0
25.11Robert IbanezM52-1


24.2Youssef En-NesyriF101-1
24.2Jose RodriguezM20-025.2 s
24.2Ignacio CamachoM224-225.2 s
17.2Bakary KoneD70-0
10.2Sandro RamirezF177-1
28.10Zdravko KuzmanovicM40-0


24.2Juan FuentesD70-126.2 ?+
24.2Fausto TienzaM120-0
17.2Tano BonninD110-1
16.12Miguel FlanoD121-0
4.11Didier DigardM30-0
7.9Javier FlanoD20-0

Real Madrid

24.2Raphael VaraneD171-1
17.2DaniloD81-026.2 ?

Real Sociedad

11.2Willian JoseF209-3
6.1Carlos MartinezD100-2
2.12Imanol AgirretxeF00-0


24.2Clement LengletD40-0
10.2Nicolas ParejaD171-125.2 ?
7.10Carlos FernandezF31-0
19.8Benoit TremoulinasD00-0
19.8Michael Krohn-DehliM00-0


24.2Luis NaniM173-5
24.2Martin MontoyaD192-025.2 ?
17.2Santi MinaF185-0
13.1Rodrigo MorenoF154-1


24.2Nicola SansoneF217-326.2 ?

The list includes both injured and suspended players. The columns are, respectively:

  • date when the player was placed on the list
  • player name
  • player position
  • number of games played
  • number of goals - number of assists
  • status for the day
    • ?+ : likely to play
    • ? : status uncertain
    • ?- : unlikely to play
    • - : will not play
    • s : suspended

news: injuries

Real Mad. 24.2.17
Varane out for up to six weeks

Real Madrid have confirmed that defender Raphael Varane has suffered a hamstring injury. The France international was substituted in the second half of Wednesday's 2-1 defeat to Valencia. Initial reports in Spain suggest the 23-year-old could be out for up to six weeks, making him a serious doubt for the second leg of the Champions League last-16 tie with Napoli. Varane, who has started in 18 La Liga games and made seven Champions League starts this season, could return for the Athletic Bilbao match on March 19

Real Mad. 23.2.17
Varane injured

Real Madrid were hit by a further blow during the disappointing 2-1 defeat to Valencia on Wednesday night after Zinedine Zidane revealed that Raphael Varane suffered an injury during the game. The 23-year-old centre-back was forced off and replaced by Nacho Fernandez in the 73rd minute of the game at the Mestalla. The defender is expected to undergo a scan to learn the severity of the injury - with initial reports suggesting he could be out of action for between two and three weeks due to a torn thigh muscle.

Barcelona 23.2.17
Mascherano misses training

Javier Mascherano remains a major doubt for the Barcelona trip to Atletico Madrid on Sunday after the Argentina international didn't appear in the Thursday's training session. However, Arda Turan and Sergio Busquets are expected to be available, after the duo missed the last win over Leganes due to injury and suspension respectively. Mascherano, 32, is yet to play a game since picking up a hamstring injury during the second leg of the Copa del Rey semi-final clash against Atletico Madrid on 7 February.

Valencia 23.2.17
Nani suffers thigh injury

Valencia winger Nani has suffered an injury to his left thigh during Wednesday's 2-1 win over Real Madrid at the Mestalla. The Portugal international was substituted six minutes before half-time. Valencia will assess Nani's condition over the coming days and are yet to put a timescale on his absence.

Real Mad. 20.2.17
Ramos boost for Real Madrid

Sergio Ramos is expected to return from injury when Real Madrid play at Valencia on Wednesday, looking to move four points clear at the top of La Liga. Ramos picked up a hip and adductor injury during Wednesday's Champions League last-16 first leg against Napoli at the Bernabeu. Karim Benzema, Luka Modric and Keylor Navas all rested against Espanyol as part of seven changes made by Zinedine Zidane to the side that beat Napoli, and all are set to start at the Mestalla stadium.

Barcelona 19.2.17
Mascherano, Arda still sidelined

Barcelona will once again be without Javier Mascherano and Arda Turan for Sunday's La Liga game against Leganes. Mascherano and Arda have not featured in Barca's past two matches due to respective hamstring and groin complaints. Both men took part in training with Luis Enrique's squad on Saturday but have not recovered sufficiently, meaning Mascherano is not available as a defensive midfield alternative to the suspended Sergio Busquets.

Real Mad. 18.2.17
Benzema, Modric, Navas rested

Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has just two players missing from his squad due to fitness issues this weekend. Captain Sergio Ramos is absent due to a hip problem while Danilo is unavailable with an ankle injury. Speaking on Ramos' absence in his pre-match press conference, Zidane said: "Ramos just took a knock, there is no injury there. He will be with us on Monday without any issues."

Zidane has decided to rotate his squad against Espanyol and give Keylor Navas, Luka Modric and Karim Benzema some rest ahead of next Wednesday's match in Mestalla against Valencia. The biggest piece of news, however, for Zidane is that Gareth Bale is finally all set to return to action for the first time in nearly three months.

Atletico M 18.2.17
Oblak still out

Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak remains sidelined with a shoulder injury but head coach Diego Simeone hopes he will return soon. The Slovenia international had surgery in December after he was hurt in Atletico's 3-0 defeat away to Villarreal. Oblak began individual outdoor training sessions this week and it had been rumoured that he could be included in the squad for Saturday's LaLiga match with Sporting Gijon, although he was ultimately left out.

Real Mad. 17.2.17
Bale to make Real return

Gareth Bale will return to action for the first time in three months against Espanyol on Saturday after recovering from his knee injury. The 27-year-old Welsh forward returned to full training last week and only narrowly missed out on being named in the Madrid squad to face Napoli in the Champions League on Wednesday, according to reports in Spain. The expectation is that he will make a brief appearance against Espanyol and then play for longer against Valencia in midweek.

Real Mad. 16.2.17
Ramos injury worry

Sergio Ramos was replaced in the 70th minute of Real Madrid's 3-1 win over Napoli on Wednesday after taking a knock to the right knee. The substitution is likely just a precautionary measure from Zidane as it appeared the defender was in no serious trouble when he exited the field of play. However, Ramos did look to be suffering some problems from as early as the first minute of the Champions League 2nd Round 1st leg match at the Bernabeu, raising his hand to the bench after a tackle from Callejon. Nevertheless, Ramos continued until he was taken off with just 20 minutes left, replaced by Pepe, who made his own comeback from injury after a spell on the sidelines.

Real Mad. 12.2.17
Bale back in Real Madrid training

Gareth Bale has returned to training at Real Madrid as he closes in on a return to action following an ankle injury. Bale has been out of action since undergoing surgery on an ankle tendon problem in November, but Real Madrid tweeted a photograph of the 27-year-old training with his team-mates at their headquarters on Sunday. News of Bale's imminent return also hands Wales boss Chris Coleman a boost ahead of next month's vital World Cup Qualifier against the Republic of Ireland in Dublin.

Barcelona 12.2.17
Vidal ruled out for five months

Barcelona defender Aleix Vidal has been ruled out for five months following ankle surgery. Vidal, 27, dislocated his right ankle after clashing with Theo Hernandez in the 85th minute of the Catalan club's 6-0 win against Deportivo Alaves. Barcelona confirmed in a statement that the Spain international was operated upon in a hospital in Vitoria and that he will miss the rest of the season.

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