Messi has returned to full training after missing a few sessions last week with a thigh issue as the league leaders ready themselves for their first game in three months.
Suarez, meanwhile, thought his season had been ended when he underwent surgery on his right knee in January, but Barca head coach Quique Setien confirmed he would have the Uruguayan and Messi at his disposal.
He said at a press conference: ‘Fortunately Messi, these kinds of players that have been playing for so many years, they know how to control their fatigue.
‘I’m sure if there’s some risk, Messi will be the first to say that he needs to rest.
‘Every day (Suarez) is in better shape and after five months it’s going to be great for him to play some minutes and try to find the best Suarez.’
LaLiga became the second major European league to resume behind closed doors on Thursday evening amid the coronavirus pandemic, after the Bundesliga restarted last month.