Atletico Madrid are seeking to be crowned La Liga champions when they visit Real Valladolid on Saturday evening at 5pm (UK time).
Diego Simeone’s men go into the final matchday leading Spain’s top division and can secure a first league title since 2014 by defeating their relegation-threatened opponents.
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Scoreline prediction: Valladolid 0-2 Atletico Madrid
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Valladolid vs Atletico Madrid build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
Despite going into this weekend’s fixture second from bottom, there’s a chance Valladolid can escape the relegation zone on La Liga’s final day. It will be easier said than done, though. Not only do they need to beat an impressive Atletico side but other results have to go their way. Momentum is not on their side, either, as Sergio González’s team are currently on a three-match losing streak. Valladolid’s last success came in early March and since that 2-1 win over Getafe, they’ve picked up just six points from 33 available.
The championship leaders were given a fright last time out against Osasuna when they trailed with 10 minutes of the game remaining. Renan Lodi’s 82nd-minute equaliser set the stage for Luis Suarez’s dramatic late winner, meaning another three points collected on final day secures a second La Liga title for Los Rojiblancos under Simeone’s leadership. However they go into the final matchday having won just one of their previous six matches on the road and two of those games at Sevilla (1-0) and Athletic Bilbao (2-1) ended in defeat.
- Valladolid (vs Real Sociedad): Masip; L. Pérez, Fernández, Sánchez, Olaza; Plano, K. Pérez, Alcaraz, Hervías; Jota, Kodro.
- Atletico Madrid (vs Osasuna): Oblak; Trippier, Savic, Felipe, Hermoso; Koke, Ñíguez, Llorente; Correa, Suárez, Carrasco.
Valladolid duo Sergi Guardiola and Jawad El Yamiq serve a one-game suspension while Fabian Orellana and Raúl García continue to nurse their respective injuries. Thomas Lemar (hamstring) is the only Atletico Madrid player missing from Simeone’s matchday squad.
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Player to watch: Luis Suárez (Atletico Madrid)
Atlético were calling out for a hero in their last game and cometh the hour, cometh Luis Suárez, whose 88th-minute winner against Osasuna ensured they maintained their slender two-point lead in this season’s title race. That strike also makes Suárez the player who has earned his side more points through scoring (19 points with 20 goals). A second Pichichi Trophy will not be coming his way, as he’s 10 goals behind La Liga’s top scorer Lionel Messi (30), but you’d imagine the Uruguayan marksman — known for his selflessness — would settle for winning a domestic championship with a third different club, after Ajax and Barcelona.
La Liga 2020/21 recent form:
- Valladolid: LLLDD
- Atletico Madrid: WWDWL
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