Martin Braithwaite is back to full fitness after spending a few weeks on the sidelines due to injury.
Besides the aforementioned Barca have a clean bill of health heading into the encounter. There are no suspensions to worry about either, bar Ronald Koeman's.
Possible 23-man squad for the game:
Martin Braithwaite returns to training ahead of Atletico Madrid showdown
The Dane missed Barca's last five games due to an ankle injury but the 29-year-old appears to have fully recovered from it now.
Hence, Braithwaite could feature in the Blaugrana's potential title decider against Atletico Madrid on Saturday.
As of now, Ronald Koeman's men are just two points adrift of Diego Simeone's side who sit at the very top of the La Liga table.
'As a kid I would dream of nights like these': Braithwaite's touching message on Copa Del win
"As a kid I would dream of nights like these - playing in a final and win the trophy. Lifting the Copa del Rey trophy with my amazing teammates was just as special as I could ever imagine," Martin Braithwaite wrote on Instagram after winning Copa Del Rey.
"Unfortunately, we couldn't have our fans there, which would have made the night even more special. This is just the beginning. There's so much more for this team to achieve in the coming years, all starting this season with the league title. Let's go Culers!"
The Dane hasn't played as much as he'd have loved to since moving to Barca from Leganes last February. The 29-year-old has scored 2 league goals in 26 appearances this season.