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It’s clear that With just one win from their last six matches in all competitions, these are nervy times for Atlético Madrid
And Despite their poor run of form, a win for Los Rojiblancos here would see them draw level on points with Barca in the La Liga table
A win against Barca this weekend puts them firmly back in the title hunt but a defeat almost certainly leaves them with too much to find even at this early stage.
On the European front, Atleti’s midweek 1-0 loss against Juventus in Turin
means they need to beat Locomotiv Moscow at Wanda in a fortnight’s time to guarantee their progress to the Last 16 of the Champions League.
After a tough trip to Italy and a poor 1-1 draw at Granada last weekend, the hosts simply don’t look well placed at all to take on Barca this weekend
Ernesto Valverde’s side began November with a woeful 3-1 defeat at Levante and a dull 0-0 stalemate away to Slavia Prague
but have since posted three straight wins against Celta Vigo (4-1), Leganes (1-2) and Borussia Dortmund (3-1).
Barca are comfortably through to the knockout stages of the Champions League
which means they can fully focus on La Liga over the next couple of months, with everything building towards El Clasico on 18th December.
Barca lead the way with Real Madrid at present but know they will probably need three points here to stay on top
They are the most likely winners on Sunday night based on current form and the recent head-to-head (W4, D4 from last eight meetings).
However, it’s also important to remember that Atleti are unbeaten in their last 1seven matches at Wanda.
With that in mind, we’re going for a 1-1 draw this Sunday, which has been the outcome in three of the last six encounters between the two sides.
Barca have netted in five of their seven La Liga matches on the road with the same applying to five of Atleti’s seven outings at home
Meanwhile, We’re only at the end of November, but it already feels like make-or-break time for Diego Simeone and his revamped Atlético Madrid side.