Probable Lineups


Probable Lineups Statistical Comparison

(43) 29 Goals 30 (59)
(34) 23 Assists 28 (41)
(6.5) 6.7 Average Ratings 6.7 (6.6)
26.6 Average Age 28.2
181.3 Average Height (cm) 181.8
(0.7) 1 Shots pg 0.9 (0.7)
(49%) 50% Aerial Duel Success 47% (51%)
(0.8) 0.6 Dribbles pg 0.6 (0.8)
(1.1) 1.1 Tackles pg 0.9 (1.1)
* Values in brackets (x) are overall player statistics in LaLiga.

Missing Players

Celta Vigo
Athletic Club
Player Reason Status Rating
Joseph Aidoo Out 6.55
Renato Tapia Out 6.84
Carles Pérez Out 6.41
Mihailo Ristic Out 6.49
Williot Swedberg Out 6.48
Player Reason Status Rating
Yuri Berchiche Out 6.83
Íñigo Ruíz de Galarreta Out 6.79
Dani Vivian Out 6.65
Oihan Sancet Out 6.64
Gorka Guruzeta Out 7.15

Team News

Celta Vigo
Athletic Club
  • Having thought he would be maybe playing his last game for the club, Jonathan Bamba was given 86 minutes against Atletico in a hard fought 1-0 defeat.
  • Carles Perez is out for this one and could be replaced by Hugo Alvarez.
  • Mihailo Ristic will be waiting until the end of the season as he continues his struggle with injury.
  • Yuri Berchiche is suspended for this one with Inigo Lekue likely standing in. Yeray and Aitor Paredes are back and available.
  • Dani Vivian returned last week and could pair with Paredes to ease Ernesto Valverde's defensive concerns.
  • Whilst Oihan Sancet is out with a hamstring injury, Iker Muniain should fill in as he is given the privilege of seeing out his lengthy Athletic Club career in the starting eleven.


  • Celta Vigo welcome Athletic Club to Catalonia on Wednesday evening in the hopes of securing their safety in the league with a heroic victory over this year's Copa del Rey winners. The reverse fixture back in November ended 4-3 to Ernesto Valverde's men - however they conceded the most goals to Celta in that match than any other side this season.
  • Athletic Club could be accused of flagging recently, only picking up one victory in their last five - only a lone victory since their Copa del Rey winning triumph over Mallorca. Having to save their fans disappointment this weekend through a late Asier Villalibre equaliser, they will be looking to make a bold statement of intent on the road as they are now almost guaranteed to miss out on UCL football next season.
  • Celta should fight well, as they have all season, but a Bilbao victory is likely tomorrow night.

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