Atletico Mineiro and Palmeiras meet in the first leg of their 2023 Copa Libertadores round of 16 tie at Mineirão on Thursday (1:30am, UK time).
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Atletico Mineiro vs Palmeiras match preview:
Placed into Group G alongside eventual winners Athletico Paranaense, Libertad and Alianza Lima the Hurricane won three of their six matches while suffering two losses. Paulinho, formerly of Bayer Leverkusen, is the competition’s leading scorer with seven goals albeit four came in the qualifying stages. This season marks Atletico Mineiro’s third straight reaching the knockout phase; interestingly they’ve been eliminated by Palmeiras in the last two seasons, albeit in the 2022 quarter-finals it was a 6-5 loss on penalties.
Palmeiras emphatically topped Group C with 15 points from 18 available. The only setback was an opening round 3-1 loss at Bolívar though since then it’s been five wins on the bounce. Artur, who returned to his boyhood club this year, is Palmeiras’ leading marksman on five goals (with two of those coming in the qualifying stages). Since the 2019/20 season the Brazilian outfit has been among South America’s best having won the competition twice — adding to success in 1999 — and reaching a semi-final.
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