Barcelona danger man, Luis Suarez has said he does not see Madrid players targeting Messi’s knee should he play on Saturday.
Messi has been out of action for four weeks now since picking up a knee injury against Las Palmas, but has returned to training.
And Ramos could feature despite a shoulder injury. Suarez believes both players will not be subjected to unfair treatment.
“I don’t think anybody will try to hit Sergio Ramos’ shoulder and I do not think anyone will try to hit Messi’s knee either,” Suarez said at a news conference on Wednesday.
“We are colleagues and professionals. Messi has been training with the squad, but it is up to the coach to decide whether he will play.”