The Catalan giants can clinch their fourth Primera Division crown in five years with victory at the Vicente Calderon regardless of whether Real Madrid beat Espanyol on Saturday
Atletico Madrid midfielder Mario Suarez is a doubt for Sunday's clash against Barcelona after suffering a ligament injury in the midweek win at Celta Vigo.
Goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and striker Diego Costa also picked up knocks in Wednesday's match but are expected to be fit in time for the weekend.
Lionel Messi has recovered from a hamstring injury and is set to start for Barcelona after coming off the bench to score twice in the 4-2 win over Betis last Sunday.
Victor Valdes (foot), Pedro (illness) and Javier Mascherano (knee) have been declared fit. Cesc Fabregas returns following a one-match ban.
|DID YOU KNOW?|
- Atletico Madrid has won just one of its last four home matches in La Liga (W1, D1, L2).
- With just 28 goals conceded, Los Colchoneros boast the best defensive record in the Primera Division.
- Radamel Falcao (pictured, right) has scored five goals in his last five matches for Atletico.
- Barcelona has won just one of its last seven away matches in all competitions (W1, D3, L3).
- Barca has failed to keep a clean sheet in its last four games across all competitions, conceding 11 goals in that sequence.