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


13.1Einar GalileaD00-0
13.1Cristian EspinozaM60-0
13.1Gaizka ToqueroF111-1

Athletic Bilbao

13.1Kepa ArrizabalagaG110-0
13.1Xabier EtxeitaD60-0
6.1Yeray AlvarezD100-0
19.8Ager AketxeM00-0

Atletico Madrid

13.1Lucas HernandezD60-0
16.12Jan OblakG150-0
28.9Augusto FernandezM30-0


13.1Petros MatheusM160-114.1 s
13.1BrunoD91-014.1 s
13.1Antonio SanabriaF111-1
6.1Felipe GutierrezM121-0


19.8Claudio BeauvueF00-0

Deportivo La Coruna

13.1Bruno GamaM140-0
13.1JuanfranD150-314.1 s
6.1Carles GilM70-3


13.1Fran RicoM132-015.1 ?
13.1David JuncaD20-0
7.1Anaitz ArbillaD80-0
3.12Ivan RamisD82-0


14.1Victor SanchezM161-1
13.1Felipe CaicedoF121-0
6.1Diego LopezG140-015.1 ?+
6.1Javi LopezD100-1
16.12Leo BaptistaoF133-3


14.1Jorge MereD150-0
16.11Daniel NdiM30-0


13.1Gabriel SilvaD110-015.1 ?
6.1Matthieu SaunierD70-0
6.1Isaac CuencaM101-0

Las Palmas

14.1David GarciaD131-014.1 ?
13.1Javi CastellanoM00-014.1 ?+
13.1David SimonD30-014.1 ?
13.1Daniel CastellanoD140-0
13.1Pedro BigasD151-0
9.12Sergio AraujoF112-1


14.1Omar RamosM140-214.1 ?
13.1Jon SerantesG130-0
13.1Unai BustinzaD110-014.1 s
25.11Robert IbanezM52-1
25.11Diego RicoD111-0


14.1Mikel VillanuevaD100-016.1 ?+
13.1Miguel TorresD120-0
13.1Youssef En-NesyriF101-1
6.1Federico RiccaD120-0
28.10Zdravko KuzmanovicM40-0
7.10CharlesF71-016.1 ?
23.9Keko GontanM40-016.1 ?


14.1Ivan MarquezD40-1
16.12Miguel FlanoD121-0
4.11Didier DigardM30-0
7.9Javier FlanoD20-0

Real Madrid

14.1Fabio CoentraoD10-0
13.1James RodriguezM91-3
25.11Gareth BaleF115-2

Real Sociedad

13.1Carlos VelaF174-2
13.1Mikel GonzalezD70-0
13.1Joseba ZalduaD80-1
6.1Carlos MartinezD100-2
6.1Raul NavasD120-1
2.12Imanol AgirretxeF00-0
20.10Markel BergaraM40-0


13.1Joaquin CorreaM100-0
17.12Daniel CarricoD40-0
7.10Carlos FernandezF31-0
19.8Benoit TremoulinasD00-0
19.8Michael Krohn-DehliM00-0


14.1Mathew RyanG20-0
13.1Guilherme SiqueiraD30-1
13.1Rodrigo MorenoF154-1
13.1Javi Jimenez GarciaD00-0
13.1Eliaquim MangalaD120-015.1 s


14.1Roberto SorianoM174-314.1 ?
13.1Jaume CostaD151-114.1 s
13.1Nicola SansoneF177-214.1 s
13.1Mateo MusacchioD120-0
25.11Denis CheryshevM80-0
19.8Roberto SoldadoF00-0

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

Barcelona 17.1.17
Rafinha suffers injury

Barcelona will be without Rafinha in the upcoming Copa del Rey encounter with Real Sociedad due to a hamstring injury. The 23-year-old featured for the full 90 minutes in Saturday's win over Las Palmas, but now faces a spell on the sidelines after suffering a muscular problem.

"Rafinha has pulled a hamstring muscle and will have to sit out this Thursday's Copa del Rey first leg away to Real Sociedad," a statement on the club's official website read. "The club doctors will need to monitor the Brazilian's progress before determining his availability for other matches."

Atletico M 12.1.17
Lucas Hernandez out with hamstring strain

Atletico Madrid backup left-back Lucas Hernandez faces a short spell on the sidelines after tweaking a hamstring in Tuesday evening's Copa del Rey clash against Las Palmas. "Lucas Hernandez has undergone medical examination this Wednesday and our player has been diagnosed with a strain in his right thigh muscle," a club statement said. "The left-back had to be replaced at half-time by Gabi. The former rojiblanco youth team player will undergo physiotherapy treatment and training in the gym. His return depends on his recovery."

Real Mad. 7.1.17
Pepe and Ramos ruled out

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane has a lengthy injury list on his hands, with as many as five key players missing Saturday's match with various injuries. The problems begin right at the back, with first choice centre-backs Pepe (calf) and Sergio Ramos (muscular problem) both sidelined. In midfield, Lucas Vazquez (calf) and Mateo Kovacic (sprained ankle) also miss out on the visit of Granada. Meanwhile, winger Gareth Bale is making positive progress in his recovery from an ankle injury, and has made a return to training. However, he won't take any part in Saturday's game.

Real Mad. 3.1.17
Pepe ruled out with calf injury

Real Madrid have confirmed defender Pepe has been diagnosed with a calf muscle strain. The 33-year-old has endured an injury plagued campaign and has already missed a chunk of Los Blancos season so far. Pepe is out of contract at the Bernabeu in June, and there has been no progress in talks over a new deal, with Madrid reportedly only offering a one-year extension and the player and his agent Jorge Mendes holding out for two.

Real Mad. 2.1.17
Ramos to miss next two fixtures

Real Madrid skipper Sergio Ramos will not be available for their first two fixtures of 2017 thanks to a combination of an injury and the accumulation of multiple yellow cards this season. The 31-year-old last played for Zinedine Zidane's men against the Kashima Antlers in the FIFA Club World Cup in Yokohama. Ramos will miss both the first leg of the Copa del Rey against Sevilla as well as the La Liga game against Granada on the weekend. The Spaniard has been struggling with a knee injury for a few months now and even played the FIFA Club World Cup game through pain.

Barcelona 31.12.16
Cillessen out for two weeks

Barcelona's back-up goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen will be sidelined for around two weeks due to a leg injury, the La Liga giants announced Friday. The 27-year-old Dutchman had already missed three weeks in October due to a right ankle injury suffered on international duty. Cillessen moved to Barcelona last summer but has played just once in La Liga while making a lone appearance in the Champions League against Borussia Moenchengladbach three weeks ago.

Real Mad. 30.12.16
Real Madrid lose Vazquez, Kovacic

Lucas Vazquez and Mateo Kovacic are set to miss most of January after suffering injuries in the Club World Cup in Japan earlier this month. Vazquez, who played 81 minutes of the final, has a muscle injury in his right leg. Kovacic twisted a ligament in his left ankle while playing as a substitute in the closing minutes. The Spanish winger could be out for up to four weeks while the Croatian is facing three weeks on the sidelines. Lucas has scored one goal in 23 appearances for Real Madrid this season, while Kovacic has made 18 outings with the same goal return.

Real Mad. 29.12.16
Lucas sidelined by calf injury

Real Madrid have confirmed Lucas Vazquez suffered a calf tear at the Club World Cup and have not put a timeframe on his recovery. A club statement read: "Following the tests carried out on Lucas Vazquez in the Sanitas la Moraleja University Hospital, the player has been diagnosed with a grade two injury to his right soleus muscle, an injury he picked up at the Club World Cup. His recovery will continue to be assessed." In addition Mateo Kovacic has been diagnosed with a sprained ankle and his recovery will also be monitored.

A. Bilbao 27.12.16
Yeray undergoes successful surgery

Athletic Bilbao defender Yeray has undergone successful surgery to remove a tumorous testicle. The 21-year-old was last week diagnosed with a tumour on his right testicle and, after spending the Christmas weekend with his family, had the organ removed on Tuesday morning. A statement from Athletic said Yeray's orchiectomy at the Cruces hospital in Baracaldo had "passed without incident" and he will be reassessed by doctors ahead of a possible discharge on Wednesday. No time frame has been set for the Basque player's return to action.

A. Bilbao 24.12.16
Yeray to undergo testicular surgery

Athletic Bilbao defender Yeray will have surgery to remove a tumour from his right testicle next week. The 21-year-old Basque, who has made 10 league appearances for Bilbao this season, asked president Josu Urrutia and club doctor Joxean Lekue to reveal his diagnosis at a press conference convened on Friday evening. Urrutia expects the surgery to be performed on Tuesday, Dec. 27.

Atletico M 13.12.16
Gimenez injures foot in training

Atletico Madrid center back Jose Gimenez left training early on Tuesday with what the club has dubbed an injury to the fifth metatarsal in his left foot. The Uruguayan's status is pending evolution, but it is very likely the 21-year-old will be unavailable Saturday, when Atleti host Las Palmas.

Gimenez joins Filipe Luis in being out of action, as well as Jan Oblak (out 3-4 months after dislocating his shoulder) and Tiago, who departed injured in the first half of Monday's loss to Villarreal.

Atletico M 13.12.16
Oblak set for shoulder surgery

Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak requires surgery on his shoulder injury and faces a lengthy spell on the sidelines, according to 'Cadena Cope'. Oblak injured himself in the defeat to Villarreal on Monday after falling to the ground when trying to block a cross from Alexandre Pato. The Slovenian was left in a great deal of pain on the ground and had to leave the field with the help of medical staff. The goalkeeper's left shoulder came out of place, causing a dislocation. Medical staff inmobilised his shoulder and he was taken to hospital where the injury was later confirmed.

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