Antoine Griezmann and Diego Costa lead the line for Atletico Madrid in tonight's Europa League Final against Olympique Marseille.
Griezmann and Costa both scored in the semi-finals against Arsenal, the Frenchman equalising in the first leg and the former Chelsea striker ultimately firing Atleti to Lyon with the winner at Wanda Metropolitano.
Elsewhere, Diego Simeone – who is banned from taking his place in the dugout – does not throw Filipe Luis back in, with the Brazilian having only just recovered from a broken leg and due to represent his country at the World Cup.
In midfield, Thomas Partey is denied his 50th appearance of the season, the Ghanaian making way for Angel Correa, whose inclusion on the right wing lets Saul Niguez move into the middle.
Los Colchoneros have lost just one of their last five games, but Marseille had an extra day's rest and have suffered only one defeat in their previous eight.
However, defender Rolando – who turned that 2-1 loss to Red Bull Salzburg into a triumph by booking L'OM's place in the Final with a goal in extra-time – is only a substitute.
Unfortunately for Atleti, tonight's referee is Dutchman Bjorn Kuipers, who oversaw their 4-1 defeat to Real Madrid in the 2014 Champions League Final.
Nonetheless, they have won the Europa League twice, compared to their opponents’ haul of zero.
Olympique Marseille: Mandanda; Sarr, Rami, Luiz Gustavo, Amavi; Zambo Anguissa, Sanson; Thauvin, Payet, Ocampos; Germain
Subs: Sakai, Kamara, Rolando, Mitroglou, N'Jie, Pele, Maxime Lopez
Atletico Madrid: Oblak; Vrsaljko, Gimenez, Godin, Lucas; Correa, Saul, Gabi, Koke; Costa, Griezmann
Subs: Filipe, Thomas, Fernando Torres, Savic, Juanfran, Gameiro, Werner
Referee: Kuipers (NED)