Tito Vilanova's side can bounce back from disappointment in Europe by clinching its 22nd domestic championship at San Mames, provided results elsewhere also go its way.
Iraola, Ekiza, San Jose, Aurtenetxe
De Marcos, Gurpegui, Herrera
Susaeta, Llorente, Muniain
Montoya, Adriano, Abidal, Alba
Thiago, Song, Fabregas
Tello, Villa, Sanchez
Athletic Bilbao duo Fernando Amorebieta and Inigo Ruiz de Galarreta have recovered from knee injuries and could feature against Barcelona on Saturday.
Defender Aymeric Laporte has been ruled out for the rest of the season with a knee problem, though, while midfielder Ander Iturraspe is suspended after his red card against Deportivo La Coruna last Sunday.
Barcelona coach Tito Vilanova is expected to make wholesale changes to the side that crashed to a 4-0 defeat against Bayern Munich in the Champions League semifinal first leg on Tuesday.
Defenders Carles Puyol and Javier Mascherano remain sidelined through injury, but Adriano is available after serving a European ban.
|DID YOU KNOW?|
- Athletic Bilbao has only won three of its last 10 matches in La Liga (3-6-1).
- Los Leones have lost five of their last six Liga meetings with Barcelona.
- Athletic's last home win over Barca was a 3-1 success in La Liga in May 2006.
- Barcelona has won just one of its last six away games in all competitions (1-3-2).
- The Catalan side will clinch the Liga title if it beats Athletic Bilbao and second-placed Real Madrid loses against Atletico Madrid.
- Cesc Fabregas (pictured, right) has scored four goals in his last three Liga appearances for Barca.