Match Previews

FC Barcelona v Atletico Madrid - Copa Del Rey Semi-final- Second Leg

Match preview: Atlético vs. Barcelona

Real Madrid’s loss to Valencia means Atlético can pick up points on the top two in a key rematch of Atlético’s close 3-2 aggregate loss in the Copa del Rey semi-final.

Barcelona on the other hand are not in their best form, having suffered a 4-0 loss at the hands of PSG and the Champions League and only just edged past Leganés in La Liga last weekend.

Atleti training at BayArena

Champions League preview: Leverkusen vs. Atlético

After Gameiro’s spectacular Hat-Trick within five minutes (80′, 82′, 85′) on their last Liga match against Sporting de Gijón, Atleti faces pressure focusing back to the Champions League. This will be their first leg match at the Round of 16 this season, and the first match for the Champions since December. Atlético Madrid will travel and start the

Last training session before going to Gijon

Match Preview: Atlético vs. Sporting de Gijon

This Saturday, Atlético de Madrid will face Sporting de Gijon in El Molinón, keeping their hopes high after last week’s exciting and tense fixture against Celta de Vigo in the Vicente Calderón. Kick-off is set for 13:00 CET. If the Rojiblancos win, they will be an inch closer to third place. Although, we have to

Atleti looking for repeat of September's 4-0 win

Match preview: Atlético vs. Celta

Fresh off of a Copa del Rey semi-final tie which saw Atletico fall 3-2 in the aggregate to their Catalan rivals, Atletico’s 2016/17 campaign is at a crossroads.

On Sunday, the rojiblancos take on Celta Vigo needing a win to move back into the top four after Real Sociedad’s win on Friday night.

All to play for in the Camp Nou

Match preview: Barcelona vs. Atlético

A never say never Atleti side fight an inform Barcelona for a ticket to the Copa del Rey finals on Tuesday night.

After a hard fought loss at the Vicente Calderon last week, Atlético Madrid will face the Catalan giants at their home stadium tomorrow with the goal to claw their way to their first final of 2017.

Leganés held Atleti to a 0-0 draw earlier in the season

Match preview: Atlético vs. Leganés

After suffering a loss against Barcelona at Vicente Calderon in midweek, Atlético Madrid will receive Leganes on Saturday looking to end their four match winless run.

The visitors, who are 5 points up on the relegation fight, managed a draw in the last meeting, as the rojiblancos accumulated their second consecutive draw against the new kids in town after a stalemate with Alavés.

Griezmann will have a major part to play on Wednesday

Match preview: Atlético vs. Barcelona

When Real Madrid was eliminated by Celta Vigo in last week’s Copa del Rey tie, both Atlético Madrid and Barcelona fans rejoiced as their chances of winning the competition increased significantly.

Now they play each other for a place in the final, with the first leg taking place at the Vicente Calderón on Wednesday evening.

Gameiro will want to make a mark against Alavés

Match preview: Alavés vs. Atlético

After their midweek Copa del Rey exploits, Atlético Madrid return to La Liga action on Saturday afternoon with a trip to face fellow semi-finalists Alavés.

The red and whites were surprisingly held by the newly promoted side on the opening day of the season, and will want to avoid a repeat performance this weekend.

Correa was on target in the first leg

Match preview: Eibar vs. Atlético

After a convincing 3-0 win in the first leg last week, Atlético Madrid travel to Eibar on Wednesday night looking to seal their place in the Copa del Rey semi-final.

Goals from Antoine Griezmann, Ángel Correa and Kevin Gameiro put Simeone’s men in control of the tie a week ago, but they will still need to finish the job against José Mendilibar’s side.

Raúl García will have a big part to play against his former club

Match preview: Athletic vs. Atlético

Atlético Madrid make the first of three trips to the Basque Country this week on Sunday, ending the first half of the La Liga season at San Mamés against Athletic Bilbao.

The colchoneros come into the game on a good run of form having won 6 of their last 7 matches, but will be in for a tough test against one of Spain’s most intense and physical teams.