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03 Feb

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Atletico Madrid v Valencia Live Streaming: Spain Primera Division Match Review and Latest News

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This weekend sees two of La Liga’s top teams battle it out to close the gap on runaway league leaders, Barcelona. Atletico Madrid host Valencia at Wanda Metropolitano hoping to reduce the 11-point gap between themselves in 2nd and top spot.

Valencia is just one place below them in 3rd but six points separate the sides.

A win for Atletico would extend their unbeaten run in the league to five matches and they need to pick up three points if they want any chance of catching Barca at the summit.

Atleti will be happy to see three of their best players back in training this week as Filipe Luis, Diego Costa and Kevin Gameiro are all in contention for a start on Sunday.


Valencia needs to pick up their performances if they want to beat Atletico this weekend and with them losing their last two matches in the league, they definitely don’t want to make it three.

They won’t see their new loan signing, Luciano Vietto, in action as he has been loaned from their opponents, making him match tied.

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If you were basing your match prediction off nothing but the head to head stats between the two sides, Valencia would have no chance of beating Atletico. Sunday’s visitors have beaten the hosts just once in their last 12 attempts and that victory came in 2014.

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Since then, Atletico has won four of the six clashes and will take a lot of confidence from those wins heading into this one. The teams have faced off already this season in September, and it ended goalless at the Mestalla.

With home advantage, it’s hard to see past an Atletico win in this fixture but they haven’t been as convincing this season as they would’ve liked, so there might be an element of doubt.

Valencia has had a good campaign so far in 3rd but with a recent dip in form, they must pick it up again to confirm Champions League qualification.

Three points for Valencia would close the gap between them and Diego Simeone’s side to just three points but the gap is more likely to be extended to nine points come Sunday night.