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Atletico Madrid VS Real Madrid, expecting guests to win

SPA D1Atletico Madrid VS Real Madrid, expecting guests to win

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Posted Sat, 09 Feb 2019 10:24:57 GMT        

Match Time:2/9/2019 23:15 Saturday (GMT+8)

Spanish La Liga -- Atletico Madrid  VS  Real Madrid

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Atletico Madrid: Injuries and fatigue ( Recent Form: W D W W L )

Trainer Diego Simeone often gets a lot of praise for the way in which he lets his Atletico Madrid play, but this season threatens to go out as a night candle for the red-white. The Madrid squad got the chance last Sunday to catch up on league-leader FC Barcelona, ​​which had suffered a point in its own home with a 2-2 draw against Valencia a day earlier. Atletico Madrid, however, did not benefit and saw the gap even further after a 1-0 defeat in Seville against a strong Real Betis. The backlog on the Catalan superpower is now six points. The defeat against Real Betis was the second damper for Atletico Madrid in a short time, after the team had been surprised by Girona a few weeks ago in the eighth finals of the Copa del Rey. Injuries and fatigue play loose Colchoneros problems. In that respect, Simeone will be pleased that Atletico Madrid will only start on February 20 in the eighth finals of the Champions League, in which Juventus will be the opponent. Atletico Madrid only lost twice this season in La Liga, but played eight times already. This is mainly due to a lack of scoring power. Antoine Griezmann is doing reasonably well with ten league goals, but the fact that Diego Costa, Nikola Kalinic and Angel Correa together have only five goals behind their name speaks volumes. Attracting Chelsea mercenary Alvaro Morata was therefore badly needed. Incidentally, the hard core of Atletico Madrid saw Morata's coming because of his Real Madrid history not so, but if he Saturday afternoon the scoreboard in the Wanda Metropolitano a few times in motion, he will quickly be forgiven.


Real Madrid: Can look up again ( Recent Form: W W W W D )

The Spanish league title can of course forget Real Madrid, but the capitals have found their way up again in recent weeks. After five victories in a row, De Koninklijke played a strong match in the semi-finals of the Copa del Rey last Wednesday evening at FC Barcelona: 1-1. That does not mean that the leak is now up for Real Madrid. Against FC Barcelona, ​​which, incidentally, excluded Lionel Messi from the base, Real Madrid left to hand over the final blow. Then you still miss that killer mentality of someone like Cristiano Ronaldo. In addition, Marcelo was regularly shuffling. Chances are that coach Santiago Solari will leave him outside the base this weekend and I will certainly not exclude any further rotation. This coming wednesday, Real Madrid will come to Amsterdam to take on Ajax in the eighth finals of the Champions League. Given the busy schedule of the last weeks, Los Blancos might be somewhat tired on Saturday afternoon.



After all, both teams do so little for each other, so the value is in my eyes on a draw. In the last four mutual meetings, both teams kept each other in balance after ninety minutes.


Atletico Madrid  VS  Real Madrid

Pick: Real Madrid 0.25

Atletico Madrid VS Real Madrid, expecting guests to win

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