Luis Suarez will miss Barcelona's final Champions League group game against Tottenham.
The Spanish champions are already through to the knockout stages as Group B winners so will not risk Suarez, who has been struggling with a knee injury.
The Uruguayan played 79 minutes in the Catalan derby against Espanyol at the weekend and scored in a 4-0 win.
Boss Ernesto Valverde will make changes but has promised to take the game seriously.
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In an exclusive interview with ITV Sport, Juventus defender Patrice Evra promised he would shake Luis Suarez’s hand before Saturday’s Champions League final in Berlin, despite revealing the Barcelona striker has yet to apologise for the racist abuse towards him that earned the Uruguayan an eight-match suspension in 2011.
Speaking to ITV Football's chief reporter Gabriel Clarke, Evra admitted that he has no problem with Suarez despite the lack of an explicit apology.
"I don’t want his apologies," Evra told us. "It doesn’t matter, it’s no problem for me. But when we are going to play the game, I will shake his hand. He will never be my best friend, but this is not a problem.
"The past is the past. I am really proud of my colour and I will shake his hand like I did with Manchester when we play against Liverpool. My game is against Barcelona, it is not against Luis Suárez, but I will make sure he will feel me on the pitch."
Patrice Evra has warned Luis Suarez he will make sure the Uruguayan "feels his presence" when the pair go head to head in the Champions League final.
But the defender said he would shake the Barcelona striker's hand before the match.
Former Manchester United man Evra's Juventus side booked a meeting with Barca in Berlin next month by knocking out Real Madrid with a 3-2 aggregate win on Wednesday night.
The pair controversially clashed when Premier League opponents, then-Liverpool forward Suarez snubbing Evra during the pre-match handshakes at Old Trafford in 2012 as they met for the first time since Suarez was banned for eight matches for racially abusing the Frenchman.
On the prospect of going up against Suarez again, Evra told reporters:
A lot of people ask me this question. It doesn't matter. The most important thing is I play the final, you know.
I am proud to be what I am, I am proud about my colour and I will shake his hand, it is no problem, but I will make sure he feels my presence on the pitch.
Did Luis Suarez have a little nibble on Man City defender Martín Demichelis' hand during last night's Champions League encounter?
Watch the former Liverpool man, now playing for Barcelona, run alongside Demichelis on the edge of the area in the video above, where he appears to move his mouth in the direction of the Argentine's hand.
The Urguguayan was handed a four month ban from football after biting Italy's Giorgio Chiellini during last summer's World Cup, and has been also caught up in biting controversies during his time at Liverpool and Ajax.
Watch a zoomed in version of last night's incident below.
Luis Suarez will aim to exploit what he considers a vulnerable Man City defence when he returns to England for the first time as a Barcelona player.
The former Liverpool striker, who moved on to the Nou Camp last summer, has not scored so freely in Spanish football as he did in the Premier League.
But he is relishing a crack on Tuesday night at unlocking Champions League rivals City's backline, picking it out as the soft spot in Manuel Pellegrini's team.
He said ahead of the Etihad Stadium last-16 tussle that City have quality "in midfield and up front, but they also have weakness at the back".
I think when you play against the big teams you never know what they're doing on the pitch.
They have really good players and really good quality with the ball but we are Barcelona and we know what we can do against City.
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Luis Suarez admits he has sought professional help in the hope he can cure his impulse to bite.
During the World Cup Giorgio Chiellini was his third on-pitch biting victim, seeing the Uruguayan banned four months.
The Barcelona striker, who is sent to make his club debut on Saturday against Real Madrid, told the Guardian: "I think all the bad things I have been through are in the past. I believe I am on the right path now, dealing with the people who can help me, the right kind of people."
“Everyone has different ways of defending themselves. In my case, the pressure and tension came out in that way. There are other players who react by breaking someone’s leg, or smashing someone’s nose across their face. What happened with Chiellini is seen as worse. I understand why biting is seen so badly.”
Barcelona head coach Luis Enrique says striker Luis Suarez will make his debut for the club against arch rivals Real Madrid on Saturday.
The Uruguayan was banned from playing after biting Giorgio Chiellini in the World Cup, but is now available for his first game following his move from Liverpool in the summer.
"Today I cannot play this game. But he will have some minutes for sure, how many I cannot say," Enrique admitted.
"It is a big thing for him, to join up finally with the team, and get some minutes.”
Luis Suarez was in good spirits as he prepared for his competitive Barcelona debut against Real Madrid in La Liga this weekend.
The striker joked around with Neymar in training ahead of the season's first Clasico.
Luis Suarez has confessed he started crying after sealing a transfer to Barcelona earlier this year.
The Uruguayan was sold by Liverpool in July after receiving a four month ban from any football related activity for biting Italy's Giorgio Chiellini at the World Cup.
The 27 year-old, who is set to make his competitive debut for Barcelona against Real Madrid later this month, told TV3:
I felt I had ruined my career.
At first, I did not want anyone to know anything. I locked myself away with my family, but then I reflected on what I had done, I apologised and felt liberated.
By then discussions with Barca had begun, and when Pere [Guardiola, his agent] called me to tell me it was done, I began to cry, because of the situation I was living and the support that the club was offering me.
I felt happy about the commitment the club had shown me. But I was still afraid that the repercussions of the incident might halt the deal. I knew that could happen.