La Liga | Atletico Madrid VS Villarreal; Monday, 13 November at 04:00 GMT +8
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Atletico Madrid, who won the La Liga title in 2020/21, has struggled to secure another title since finishing 3rd in the previous two seasons. This year, Colchoneros are performing well in both the league and the Champions League. They are currently 4th in La Liga, six points behind Girona, but with a win, they could close the gap. In the Champions League, they are at the top of the group with eight points in four rounds.
Villarreal, previously in 5th-7th place in La Liga, has struggled this season, currently 13th with 12 points after 12 rounds. They are five points away from the relegation zone. However, their last few games, including winning three of the last four against weaker teams, provide hope for optimism. These wins were crucial for building momentum after a poor start to the season.
Memphis Depay, Thomas Lemar, Reinildo Mandava, and Vitolo are expected to miss the team due to long-term injuries. Samuel Lino, recovering from a knee injury, played limited minutes in the Celitc game and scored a goal and assisted two in less than half an hour. Diego Simeone, who arrived in December 2011, has extended his contract for another three years, becoming the most successful coach in Atletico Madrid’s history.
Spanish media reports that coach Gerard Moreno has rested for the upcoming Europa League game against Maccabi Haifa, despite missing the previous game. Moreno is currently in excellent form, scoring five goals in his last four games. Four players who missed previous games are expected to remain sidelined due to injuries.
Goalkeeper: Jan Oblak
Defenders: Nahuel Molina, Stefan Savic, Axel Witsel, Mario Hermoso, Rodrigo Riquelme
Midfielders: Rodrigo de Paul, Koke, Marcos Llorente
Forwards: Antoine Greizmann, Alvaro Morata
Goalkeeper: Filip Jörgensen
Defenders: Kiko, Raul Albiol, Matteo Gabbia, Alberto Moreno
Midfielders: Ilias Akhomach, Etienne Capoue, Daniel Parejo, Alex Baena
Forwards: Gerard Moreno, Alexander Sorloth
Atletico Madrid VS Villarreal (Last 6 matches)
- Atletico Madrid – 1 win
- Villarreal – 1 win
- Draws – 4
Over all competition record
La Liga Stats
Villarreal is expected to excel against Atletico Madrid, who are expected to dominate the game in attack, midfield, and defense, with a 3-0 margin expected.
Winning probability: Atletico Madrid – 69% , Draw – 18% , Villarreal – 13%
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