Atlético Madrid Game Previews
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The Supercopa semifinal winner will meet Real Madrid in Sunday’s final.
Atlético will reclaim fourth place with a win.
With LaLiga all but gone, the domestic cup represents a premium trophy opportunity for Atleti.
Atleti are out to snap a four-game losing skid and will have to do it shorthanded.
Atlético will try to get back into the Champions League places on Wednesday.
The Rojiblancos visited first-place Real Madrid last week — and they’ll visit second-place Sevilla on Saturday.
The season’s first derby will see Atlético attempt to end Real Madrid’s lengthy winning streak.
A victory alone may not be enough for Atlético to escape the group stage.
Diego Simeone will have one eye on Tuesday’s Champions League game in Porto.
Atlético last won consecutive league games in August.
Atleti’s knockout stage qualification hopes could hinge on winning at the Wanda Metropolitano.
The colchoneros could use all three points against a tough opponent.
Simeone will be delighted to have three previously-unavailable players return to the squad against Valencia.
Wins for Sevilla and Real Madrid on Saturday threaten to leave Atlético in the dust.
A banged-up La Real side travels to the Wanda Metropolitano on Sunday.
This matchday three meeting could prove decisive in the fight for Champions League knockout stage qualification.
An expected sellout crowd will be on hand to watch the champs battle Barça.
Koke is back in the squad as Atlético try to reclaim first place.
The league champions host los leones in matchday five.
Simeone and José Giménez discussed the match at Tuesday’s press conference.
A 95-year-old matchup gets a fresh installment on Sunday.
The champions are seeking to win their first three league games for the second time in three years.
The league champs will play front of a home crowd for the first time since March 2020.