Athletic Bilbao coach Marcelo Bielsa has admitted that Iker Muniain is still a doubt for their Europa League clash against Sporting Lisbon.
Coach Diego Simeone said the Europa League clash between Atletico and Valencia is good for both sides as they can avoid making long trips.
Espanyol coach Mauricio Pochettino insisted he is not concerned about reports linking him to other clubs and considers it as a compliment.
Getafe youngster Alvaro Arroyo said he appreciate his experience with the first team, but he would be happy to return to the B squad this week.
Granada trio Moises Hurtado, Jaime Romero and Alex Geijo trained away from the squad, but have not been rule out of their clash against Getafe.
Levante midfielder Juanlu Gomez is convinced his side will qualify for Europa League, but acknowledged that there very little room for error.
Malaga striker Seba Fernandez has acknowledged that his team must play intelligently if they are to secure the vital 3 points against Sociedad.
Osasuna coach Jose Luis Mendilibar may have to face Malaga without Ibrahima Balde, as the striker has been called to join Senegal's U23 side.
Racing head coach Alvaro Cervera announced that there is nothing wrong with his heart and intend to finish his job at the club this season.
Rayo winger Jose Manuel Casado believes Gijon will be nervous this weekend as they need to ensure victory to keep their survival hopes alive.
Jose Antonio Dorado admits it will hard for Betis to win at the Mestalla, but hopes Valencia will be tired from their European commitments.
Keeper Iker Casillas has insisted that it was bad luck rather than a bad performance that Fabio Coentrao failed to stop Philipp Lahm's cross.
Real Mallorca defender Ivan Ramis believes his side must try to score a goal as soon as possible against Zaragoza if they are to win the match.
Sociedad midfielder Xabi Prieto admits he is comfortable again on the field and hopes to keep his good form for the remainder of the season.
Midfielder Angel Lafita admitted that Zaragoza are very tired from their efforts, but they have to continue giving 200 per cent to survive.
Sevilla president Jose Maria del Nido is convinced his team will bounce back and qualify for European competition for the ninth straight year.
Good news for Sporting boss Javier Clemente as Gregory Arnolin has recovered from surgery sooner than expected and is already back in training.
Valencia manager Unai Emery is missing only the suspended Antonio Barragan and injured Ever Banega for their clash against Atletico Madrid.
Villarreal midfielder Marcos Senna has urged his team to try and correct mistakes rather than wasting time lamenting about their situation.