UEFA Champions League | Atletico Madrid VS Celtic: Wednesday, 08 November at 04:00 GMT +8
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Atletico Madrid and Celtic face off in a crucial game at Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid. Atletico Madrid is expected to advance to the second phase, while Celtic has only one point from the first three rounds. Both teams need to make a miracle to stay in contention and finish among the top two teams in the group.
Atletico Madrid is on track for a top-four finish after a nine-game run without defeat, despite a 2-1 loss against Las Palmas. Despite having weaker goal-scoring chances, the team managed to secure all three points. Despite the loss, Atletico Madrid’s confidence should not have been significantly affected, as they had a successful few months prior.
Celtic and Rangers are dominant in the Scottish Premiership, with Celtic achieving ten wins and two draws in the first 12 rounds. They have not lost in the last six games in all competitions, including a 3-0 win against Ross County. The team’s dominance from the start is evident in their recent performance.
Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone expressed dissatisfaction with their recent loss but addedthat his team did their best. However, the team faces issues with injured players, including Ivo Grbic, Thomas Lemar, Samuel Lino, Vitolo, and Memphis Depay.
Celtic faces injuries, including Liel Abada, Reo Hatate, James McCarthy, and Marco Tilio. Steven Welsh, who returned to training, may be fit, but unlikely to play at Metropolitano Stadium.
Goalkeeper: Jan Oblak
Defenders: Nahuel Molina, Stefan Savic, Axel Witsel, Mario Hermoso, Rodrigo de Paul
Midfielders: Pablo Barrios, Koke, Rodrigo Riquelme
Forwards: Antoine Griezmann, Alvaro Morata
Goalkeeper: Joe Hart
Defenders: Anthony Ralston, Cameron Carter-Vickers, Liam Scales, Greg Taylor
Midfielders: Paulo Bernardo, Callum McGregor, David Turnbull
Forwards: Daizen Maeda, Kyogo Furuhashi, Luis Palma
Atletico Madrid VS Celtic (Last 3 matches)
- Atletico Madrid- 2 wins
- Celtic- 0 win
- Draws – 1
Over all competition record
UEFA Champions League Stats
Atletico Madrid will win 2-1 against Celtic, demonstrating their attacking strength and home advantage, while Celtics scoring ability reflects the current and historical achievements of both teams.
Winning probability: Atletico Madrid – 73% , Draw – 17% , Celtic- 10%
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