Atletico Madrid will be looking to keep hold of their place in La Liga’s top four when they travel to face Valencia on Sunday at 3:15pm (UK time).
Diego Simeone’s men are currently fourth and only three points behind leaders Real Sociedad having played a game fewer, but they are also just two points clear of sixth-placed Rayo Vallecano. Valencia, meanwhile, are down in 11th with 16 points from their opening 12 matches.
Valencia vs Atletico Madrid live stream:
Sunday’s game is on Bet365’s live-stream schedule for readers with an account. Those without a bet365 account who are over 18 and Gamble Aware need only follow three simple steps to watch Team v Team online*:
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Where to watch Valencia vs Atletico Madrid on TV:
- UK: Premier Sports 1 & LaLigaTV
- US: ESPN+
Valencia vs Atletico Madrid previous line-ups & injury news:
- Valencia (vs Villarreal): Cillessen; Foulquier, Gabriel*, Alderete, Gaya; Guillamon; Costa, Racic, Wass, Marcos Andre; Guedes.
- Atletico Madrid (vs Liverpool): Oblak; Felipe, Hermoso, Gimenez; Trippier, De Paul, Koke, Carrasco; Felix, Correa; Suarez.
Atletico Madrid will be boosted by the return of Geoffrey Kondogbia to training, but Marcos Llorente remains out. Gabriel Paulista picked up an injury against Villarreal and joins Maxi Gomez in the Valencia treatment room.
Player to watch: Antoine Griezmann (Atletico Madrid)
One of the names missing from the Atletico Madrid team sheet at Anfield in midweek was Antoine Griezmann, who was suspended following his red card in the defeat to Liverpool at the Wanda Metropolitano. But now the attention has turned back to La Liga, Griezmann can feature, and he will be looking to improve his record against one of his favourite opponents.
The Frenchman has scored nine goals in 19 La Liga games against Valencia, three as a Real Sociedad player, five for Atletico Madrid and one while at Barcelona. Only against Athletic Bilbao has he netted as many goals in the Spanish top fight, though that particular nine comes in 24 games.
There’s every reason to believe Griezmann can make it 10 in 20 against Valencia too, as he has started to find form in La Liga, scoring one goal and recording one assist in his past two matches.
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