Back from a productive midweek trip to Austria Wien, Atlético welcome Betis, as they look to keep pace with their rivals in La Liga. Kick-off at the Vicente Calderón is set for 21:00 CET*, on Sunday. Last week, the Colchoneros saw their historic winning streak come to an end with a narrow defeat away to
Atlético face their biggest challenge of the young season when they head out to Valencia on Saturday to take on the local Champions League calibre squad. Atleti manager Gregorio Manzano very confidently assured in Friday’s pre-game press conference that his men are “prepared to compete against any opponent”.