Matchday Live

Big game in store at the Allianz

Matchday LIVE: Bayern vs. Atlético

Atlético Madrid face Bayern Munich in the Champions League tonight, returning to the Allianz Arena – the scene of last year’s semi final – having already qualified as winners of Group D.

Simeone has named a strong but experimental line-up for the contest, as the rojibancos look the become just the sixth ever team to win all six of their group stage matches.

The Vicente Calderón expects...

Matchday LIVE: Atlético vs. Espanyol

After the draw in El Clásico and Sevilla’s shock defeat at Granada earlier in the day, Atlético Madrid can close the gap on the chasing pack in La Liga with a win tonight vs. Espanyol.

Quique Sánchez Flores returns to the Vicente Calderón for the first time since leaving Atleti in 2011, and will be looking to extend Los Péricos eight match unbeaten streak with a result against his old side.

El Sadar the stage for this afternoon's match

Matchday LIVE: Osasuna vs. Atlético

Atlético Madrid take on newly-promoted Osasuna in Pamplona this afternoon, where they will be looking to get their La Liga form back on track with three points at El Sadar.

The hosts are second bottom of the table with just one win all season, but new manager Joaquín Caparros will be looking for a reaction from his team in his home debut against Simeone’s men.

The Vicente Calderón is expectant

Matchday LIVE: Atlético vs. PSV

Atlético Madrid are back in Champions League tonight against PSV Eindhoven, needing just a point to win the group after Bayern Munich were beaten 3-2 in Rostov earlier this evening.

The rojiblancos will want to put their La Liga woes behind them with a win in the Calderón, as Simeone rings the changes from the XI that were humbled by Real Madrid on Saturday night.

Atleti need a win to close gap at the top of La Liga

Matchday LIVE: Atlético vs. Real Madrid

It’s derby day in Madrid, as Real Madrid make the short trip across town to the Vicente Calderón for the last ever time in La Liga ahead of Atlético’s move to La Peineta next season.

Zinedine Zidane’s team are the current league leaders and have a six point advantage over their local rivals, one that Atleti will be desperate to cut to just three tonight with a win.

Big game in prospect for the red and whites

Matchday LIVE: Real Sociedad vs. Atlético

Atlético Madrid are back in La Liga action on Saturday afternoon, making the trip to San Sebastián for a clash against an in-form Real Sociedad side at Anoeta.

With Real Madrid, Barcelona and Sevilla all playing tomorrow, the rojiblancos have the chance to draw first blood for the weekend and move top of the table – at least temporarily – with a win.

It's a Champions League night at the Vicente Calderón

Matchday LIVE: Atlético vs. Rostov

Atlético Madrid will be looking to book their place in the Champions League round of 16 this evening, and will do so should they win against FC Rostov in the Vicente Calderón.

Fernando Torres and Antoine Griezmann lead the line for the rojiblancos, with Kevin Gameiro only fit enough for the bench having not trained yesterday. Sime Vrsaljko makes a rare appearance at right-back.

The Vicente Calderón is expectant

Matchday LIVE: Atlético vs. Málaga

Atlético Madrid host Málaga at the Vicente Calderón this evening, and will be looking to get back to winning ways after their loss away to Sevilla last weekend.

The red and whites are without Koke following his red card in that match, but Simeone has named an attacking line-up with Griezmann, Gameiro, Gaitán and Carrasco all starting.

Big match in store at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán

Matchday LIVE: Sevilla vs. Atlético

Two of La Liga’s in form teams meet at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán on Sunday afternoon, as Diego Simeone’s Atlético travel to face Jorge Sampoali’s Sevilla side in Andalusia.

Both teams have enjoyed impressive starts to the season, and know that three points will put them top of the table at least until Real Madrid play later tonight.

Rostov haven't lost at home since May 2015 (Wikipedia)

Matchday LIVE: Rostov vs. Atlético

Having won their opening two matches, Atlético Madrid can take a huge step towards qualification to the Champions League round of 16 with a win against Rostov in Russia tonight.

The hosts are playing against Spanish opposition for the first ever time, but despite being debutants in the tournament they are expected to provide a difficult, hostile test for Simeone’s men.