Both Atletico Madrid and AC Milan will be looking to keep their Champions League last-16 hopes alive when they face off on Wednesday at 8pm (UK time).
Atletico Madrid have the upper hand out of the two sides, sitting third in Group B, three points clear of AC Milan and just one behind Porto with two games left to play.
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Where to watch Atletico Madrid vs AC Milan on TV:
- UK: BT Sport ESPN
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Atletico Madrid vs AC Milan build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
Placed in Pot 1 as Spanish champions, Atletico Madrid fans will have been hoping for a favourable draw in the Champions League group stage but instead they were placed alongside Liverpool, Porto and AC Milan. After four games Diego Simeone’s side find themselves facing elimination from the Champions League though they are still in control of their own destiny. Atletico have so far won four points from their opening four matches, beating AC Milan and drawing with Porto before losing twice to group winners Liverpool. If Atletico avoid defeat against AC Milan on Wednesday and then beat Porto in their final group game they will join Liverpool in the last-16, but a loss this week could see them in danger of dropping out of Europe altogether.
AC Milan are back in the big time, qualifying for the Champions League for the first time since 2014, but they are on the verge of making a swift exit. To say things haven’t gone well for AC Milan in the Champions League this season would be an understatement, with the seven-time European champions managing just one point from their opening four matches. Defeats to Liverpool, Atletico and Porto preceded a draw with the Portuguese club last time out which did keep AC Milan’s very slim last-16 hopes alive. Victory over Atletico Madrid by more than one goal this week would see them leapfrog the Spanish champions on head-to-head and potentially move within a point of Porto, though they would still require a result against Liverpool in their final match.
- Atletico Madrid (vs Osasuna): Oblak; Vrsaljko, Savic, Felipe*, Hermoso; Koke; Correa, Lemar, Llorente, Carrasco; Griezmann.
- AC Milan (vs Fiorentina): Tatarusanu; Kalulu, Kjaer, Gabbia, Hernandez; Tonali, Kessie; Saelemaekers, Diaz, Leao; Ibrahimovic.
Felipe is suspended for Atletico Madrid following his red card in the defeat to Liverpool last time out but they can call upon Griezmann who missed the trip to Anfield due to his own ban. AC Milan, meanwhile, remain without a host of players including first-choice goalkeeper Mike Maignan, Ante Rebic and Fikayo Tomori.
Atletico Madrid vs AC Milan: Five key stats
- AC Milan have won just one of their past 16 games against Spanish opposition in the Champions League (six draws, nine defeats), beating Barcelona 2-0 at home in the last-16 of 2012/13. Since that victory, they have gone winless in six matches, drawing once and losing five including each of the past four.
- Atletico Madrid have conceded just 19 goals in 40 Champions League home games under Diego Simeone. Among managers with 20+ home games in charge of a specific team, Atletico’s average of 0.48 goals conceded per game under Simeone is the lowest in Champions League history.
- Only once previously have AC Milan had a run of five games without victory in the same European Cup/Champions League campaign, drawing three and losing two in 2009/10.
- Luis Suarez has scored just one goal in 10 Champions League appearances for Atletico Madrid. However, that strike was a 97th-minute winner from the penalty spot in Atletico’s 2-1 win over AC Milan at the San Siro.
- Excluding own goals, all three of AC Milan’s goals in the Champions League this season have either been scored or assisted by Rafael Leao (one goal, one assist) or Brahim Diaz (one goal, one assist). However, since scoring against Atletico Madrid in the reverse fixture, Rafael Leao hasn’t attempted a shot in either of his last two Champions League appearances (175 minutes).
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