Atlético Madrid Game Previews
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Potentially, a season-defining game.
Atlético are back from the international break with practically its full complement of players.
Los Rojiblancos face a Villarreal team that has one win from its past seven in the league.
Diego Simeone prioritized this game over the Las Palmas match on Friday. Will his gamble pay off?
The first meeting between these two sides in nearly six years.
Atlético have not lost a home match to Alavés since 2003.
The group stage shifts to Glasgow.
Can Los Colchoneros continue their prolific form in front of goal?
A difficult game entering the international break.
The Dutch champions land in the Spanish capital.
There’s good news in the squad list.
Will Atlético have enough players to keep the momentum going?
“We have to continue competing as we’ve done for 11 years”: Atlético to meet Real Madrid in season’s first derby
Atlético hope to slow down Real Madrid and "Bellinghamania."
The head coach spoke about the Madrid derby.
Simeone vs. Sarri at the Stadio Olimpico.
Atleti battle winless Sevilla in a Sunday evening showdown.
Atlético visit Vallecas in matchday three.
The season’s first leaders head for the Villamarín.
Atlético kick off the 2023/24 season in the Metropolitano.
Simeone says Atlético will have had a “very good season” if the Rojiblancos can beat Villarreal, finish 2nd in LaLiga
The finale to a long, strange season.
Atlético were atrocious defensively in midweek. Will Sunday be any better?
A matchday 36 clash with big ramifications.
Atlético hope to bounce back on Día del Niño.
Can an already-relegated home side spring a surprise on Sunday?
Atlético are in search of a third consecutive victory — and second place.
Atlético are set to stick with what worked in midweek.
Can Atlético mark a special occasion by getting back in the win column?
“We’ve always competed well at Barça”: Simeone hoping to guide Atlético to historic win at Camp Nou Spotify
Atlético, LaLiga’s form team, are looking for a seventh consecutive win.
But a midweek friendly in Istanbul has left Atlético a little worse for wear.
Sunday night will be the 36th all-time meeting between the two Madrid-based clubs.