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

Almeria

8.1QuiqueF30-0
2.1RubenG150-0

Athletic Bilbao

23.1Oscar de MarcosM171-125.1 ?
16.1Iker MuniainF161-025.1 s
2.1Guillermo FernandezF70-0

Atletico Madrid

23.1Arda TuranM172-424.1 ?
23.1KokeM181-8
21.1Diego GodinD193-024.1 s
8.1Cristian AnsaldiD70-0

Barcelona

21.1Douglas PereiraD10-0
18.1Jeremy MathieuD140-0
25.11Thomas VermaelenD00-0

Celta

21.1Joaquin LarriveyF177-226.1 ?
21.1Andreu FontasD160-026.1 s
16.1Hugo MalloD150-0
29.8Borja OubinaM00-0

Cordoba

23.1FidelM131-1
23.1Iago BouzonD30-0
21.1Eduard CampabadalD100-024.1 s
16.1Inigo LopezD160-0
2.1Luso DelgadoM90-1

Deportivo La Coruna

8.1Helder PostigaF121-1

Eibar

23.1Borja EkizaD60-024.1 ?
21.1Raul NavasD161-024.1 s
21.1Federico PiovaccariF144-024.1 s

Elche

2.1Pedro MosqueraM151-1

Espanyol

21.1Anaitz ArbillaD110-125.1 s

Getafe

21.1Juan ValeraD120-0
21.1Emiliano VelazquezD131-026.1 s
8.1Vicente GuaitaG170-026.1 ?
2.1Angel LafitaM152-1
19.12Baba DiawaraF91-1

Granada

23.1Daniel LarssonM10-0
21.1HectorM60-0
21.1Allan NyomD171-025.1 s
16.1Eddy SilvestreM40-0
16.1RikiF40-0
2.1Jeison MurilloD140-0

Levante

23.1Victor PerezM50-0
23.1Jaime GavilanM20-0
21.1David NavarroD130-024.1 s
21.1SimaoM120-024.1 s
21.1JuanfranD70-0

Malaga

21.1RecioM160-125.1 s
29.11Sergio SanchezD120-0
16.11Roberto ChenD00-0
26.9Flavio FerreiraD00-0

Rayo

21.1TitoD180-1
21.1QuiniD120-024.1 s
16.1Leo BaptistaoF167-1

Real Madrid

21.1IscoM172-5
16.1PepeD141-2
17.11Luka ModricM101-2

Real Sociedad

21.1Markel BergaraM160-024.1 ?
16.1Carlos MartinezD100-224.1 ?

Sevilla

23.1Jose Antonio ReyesM80-1
23.1Benoit TremoulinasD100-1
8.1Stephane M'biaM114-0
2.1Sebastian CristoforoM00-0

Valencia

21.1Antonio BarraganD181-2
8.1Pablo PiattiF143-5

Villarreal

21.1Denis CheryshevM183-824.1 s
16.1Adrian MarinD40-0
29.8Bojan JokicD00-0

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

Sevilla 24.1.15
Reyes out for three weeks

Sevilla midfielder Jose Antonio Reyes is set to be out of action for three weeks after he sustained a tendon injury against Espanyol. The news come as a blow to both club and player, after the veteran had picked up some impressive form over the turn of the year.

Meanwhile, full back Benoit Tremoulinas is still recovering from a knee injury he sustained back in November. His comeback is now expected to coincide with that of Reyes's, with the pair hoping to be at the call of Unai Emery by the end of February.

Atletico M 24.1.15
Koke sidelined

Atletico Madrid midfielder Koke will miss Saturday's La Liga clash with Rayo Vallecano after suffering a knock against Barcelona in their recent Copa del Rey loss. Arda Turan may also miss the match, after suffering from several niggling injuries, while manager Diego Simeone is inclined to rest both of them in order to have them fully fit for next week's 2nd leg Copa del Rey tie against Barcelona at the Vicente Calderon.

Should neither midfielder play, Simeone will likely start Cani, who would be featuring his first match since making the move from Villarreal several weeks ago. Diego Godin is suspended due to yellow card accumulation.

Real Mad. 23.1.15
Isco misses Cordoba match

Real Madrid midfielder Isco will miss Saturday's league game at Cordoba due to a minor injury. The 22-year-old has been enjoying an excellent season, recovering well from last year's campaign that saw him spend far more time on the bench. James Rodriguez returned to training, while Real Madrid remain without Pepe and Luka Modric, who are each continuing their respective recoveries from injury.

Barcelona 19.1.15
Barcelona lose right-back Douglas

Barcelona have confirmed that Douglas Pereira faces up to a month on the sidelines with a hamstring injury. The right-back, who did not feature in the squad which travelled to Deportivo La Coruna on Sunday, picked up the knock in his left leg during a training session before the match. Douglas, a 4m signing from Sao Paulo in August, has made four appearances so far this season.

Real Mad. 16.1.15
Pepe suffers bruised ribs

Real Madrid defender Pepe is set to miss at least two games after picking up a rib injury as his team crashed out of the Copa del Rey to Atletico Madrid on Thursday. Pepe, who was twice beaten as Fernando Torres scored both Atletico's goals, had to leave the pitch during the second half after an apparently accidental collision with opposition midfielder Raul Garcia. The match finished 2-2, sending Atletico through 4-2 on aggregate to face Barcelona in the quarterfinals.

Deportivo 13.1.15
Postiga to have back surgery

Deportivo La Coruna says Portugal striker Helder Postiga will have surgery aimed to relieve pain in his back. The surgery is scheduled for Wednesday. The 32-year-old Postiga has scored two goals in 14 appearances in all competitions for Deportivo this season.

Barcelona 12.1.15
Neymar's nasty injury

Barcelona forward Neymar suffered a nasty blow to his ankle during his side's match against Atletico Madrid on Sunday night. The Brazilian, who scored the Catalan giants' first goal of the night, went down clutching his right ankle after feeling the full force of a strong challenge from Atletico centre half Jose Gimenez. The 22-year-old writhed around in agony on the floor with blood seeping through his sock, before being taken off the field for treatment. That wasn't to spell the end of Neymar's evening though, with him returning to the field after just a couple of minutes.

Valencia 6.1.15
Valencia without Piatti and Alves

Valencia's Pablo Piatti and Diego Alves both limped away from Sunday's 2-1 win over Real Madrid with the Argentine midfielder ruled out for the next month with a muscle tear. Brazilian goalkeeper Diego Alves has been ruled out of this week's Copa del Rey tie against Espanyol and could miss this weekend's La Liga clash against Espanyol after suffering a knee sprain.

Sevilla 4.1.15
Cristoforo to miss six to seven months

Sevilla midfielder Sebastian Cristoforo will miss the next six to seven months after undergoing successful surgery on his left knee. The operation consisted of replacing the lateral ligament and strengthening the knee. A statement by the club confirmed operation went off without any complications and that the Uruguayan faces yet another long-road back, after having a similar surgery last season.

Real Mad. 3.1.15
Ramos doubtful

Real Madrid could be without influential defender Sergio Ramos when they look to extend their 22-game winning run at Valencia on Sunday. The Spanish international played through a calf injury in a 2-0 win over San Lorenzo in the final of the Club World Cup two weeks ago. "Together we have taken the decision to evaluate after training and then take a decision," Real boss Carlo Ancelotti said on Saturday. "It is a different situation because he decided to force it to play in the final of the Club World Cup, but now is not the moment to risk it. If there is any risk, Ramos will not play."

Getafe 3.1.15
Baba Diawara out up to three months

Getafe striker Baba Diawara is expected to miss the next three months after undergoing successful groin surgery on Friday. Baba has struggled with the injury for 18 months and the club and player finally decided that the best course of action was to go under the knife and have the problem properly corrected after several failed treatments.

Baba's injury comes as a blow to Getafe, who have just lost midfielder Angel Lafita for the remainder of the season due to a torn right ACL and Michel Herrero, who was just sold to Chinese side Guangzhou. However, Getafe were buoyed by the return of Sergio Escudero and Roberto Lago, who are both expected to feature in this weekend's clash against Rayo Vallecano.

Real Mad. 31.12.14
Marcelo could start against Valencia

Manager Carlo Ancelotti confirmed after Real Madrid's 4-2 loss to Milan that Marcelo was able to train in Valdebebas. The Brazilian left back is therefore aiming to start Sunday's match against Valencia, although Ancelotti could still play it safe and deploy Coentrao on Real's left wing. Marcelo picked up a muscle injury during Real Madrid's 2-0 win in the FIFA Club World Cup Final.

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