- Atletico Madrid: Tiago and Augusto Fernandez (injured).
- Sevilla FC: Benoit Tremoulinas and Michael Krohn-Dehli (injured); Matias Kranevitter and Luciano Vietto (clause in their contracts).
Atletico Madrid (4th, 52 pts):
-Atletico Madrid are on a run of five straight LaLiga Santander wins at the Vicente Calderon. Two wins in their last two games, coupled with Sevilla's two draws in those same matchdays have brought Diego Simeone's side to within five points of the Andalusians in the table. A win for Atletico would really heat up the battle for that coveted third place currently occupied by Jorge Sampaoli's players.
-Atletico have not lost at home to Sevilla in their last seven LaLiga Santander clashes. The Andalusians' last league win at the Vicente Calderon was back in September 2008.
Sevilla FC (3rd, Z pts):
-Sevilla are undefeated in their last seven LaLiga Santander matches. However, after four straight wins, two draws in their last two games against D. Alaves and CD Leganes have left them five points off top spot.
-Sevilla have only managed one win from their last 12 matches against Atletico. That win came in their encounter earlier this season at the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan when Sampaoli's side ran out 1-0 winners thanks to a Steven N'Zonzi goal.
Getting to the Vicente Calderon
Address: Paseo de la Virgen del Puerto, 67, Madrid
Metro: Line 5 (Piramides)
Bus: 17, 18, 23, 34, 35, 36, 50, 116, 62, 118 and 119
Suburban Train: Piramides
Stadium location here