Atletico Madrid vs. Real Madrid Results in LaLiga
Hello everyone and welcome to the munanka blog, where we’ll be providing updates from the Civitas Metropolitano’s Atletico Madrid vs. Real Madrid matchup.
We can finally start playing football after a week of nervous build-up, and with these two teams being among the greatest in Europe, there will be a ton of talent on display.
Diego Simeone is aware that his squad needs three points to stay close to the top two, while Carlo Ancelotti’s players will want to keep their perfect record from the beginning of the season.
Despite the fact that Yannick Carrasco’s penalty gave Atletico a 1-0 victory in this matchup last year, Real Madrid was still frequently changing its lineup at the time.
The LaLiga Santander match between the capital city teams will take place this Sunday night, and this live blog will provide all the updates.
Updates from the Madrid Derby between Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid
So, welcome to our live blog of the 2022–23 Madrid Derby, where we’ll be covering the first capital city derby of the new campaign.
Atletico Madrid will host the match, which will begin at 21:00 CEST, or the local time in Spain.
ITV4, Premier Sports, or LaLiga TV all have the game available for viewing in the UK at 20:00 BST.
The match will begin at 15:00 ET / 12:00 PT on ESPN+ for American football fans who are lovers of Spanish football.
As soon as the confirmed lineups for the Madrid Derby are released, we’ll let you know; in the meantime, the following lineups are expected.
Jan Oblak, Axel Witsel, Mario Hermoso, Reinildo, Nahuel Molina, Marcos Llorente, Koke, Rodrigo De Paul, Yannick Carrasco, Alvaro Morata, and Joao Felix are anticipated to start for Atletico.
Thibaut Courtois, Dani Carvajal, Antonio Rudiger, David Alaba, Ferland Mendy, Luka Modric, Aurelien Tchouameni, Toni Kroos, Federico Valverde, Rodrygo Goes, and Vinicius Junior might be Real Madrid’s starting lineup for the Madrid Derby.
The Madrid Derby: Everything You Need to Know | Football News
On Monday, the imposing Real Madrid and raucous Atletico Madrid will restart their rivalry in Spain’s top division. On matchday six of the LaLiga season 2022-2023, Real Madrid will face Diego Simeone’s Atletico Madrid at the Metropolitano Stadium. Karim Benzema, a prominent striker for Real Madrid, won’t be available for the forthcoming Madrid derby.
Due to a thigh injury, the seasoned French striker has been ruled out of the highly anticipated match. The absence of Real Madrid forward Karim Benzema has been confirmed by Real head coach Carlo Ancelotti, but the return of Atletico Madrid’s ace goalkeeper Jan Oblak is encouraging. At the Metropolitano Stadium on Monday, Simeone and company are charged with putting an end to Madrid’s unbeaten streak in the current season.
Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid: Key stats
For the fifth time in club history, Real Madrid wants to sweep all six of its opening league games. The identical accomplishment was accomplished by Los Blancos during the 1987–88 campaign. In the top five European leagues thus far this season, Real Madrid is the only group with a perfect winning record. This season, Madrid has won five of its five games in the Spanish top division, and another victory might help the LaLiga champions reclaim first place.
In the history of LaLiga, Real Madrid has defeated Atletico Madrid the most times. 90 games have been won by Madrid over Atletico, their sworn enemy. In the Spanish first division, the visitors have also defeated Los Colchoneros 35 times on the road. In their last seven away LaLiga games against Atletico, the record-setting European Cup winners have lost just once. Real Madrid was defeated by host Atletico in their most recent home league game. Since 1997, Madrid has never dropped consecutive away derby games to Atletico.
Real Madrid vs. Atletico Madrid: team news
A key member of the first squad, Lucas Vazquez, who is a La Liga champion, is also absent due to a thigh injury. Alvaro Odriozola has been signed as a backup right-back because Dani Carvajal, a seasoned defender, is anticipated to start for Madrid against Atletico on Monday. Sergio Reguilon and Thomas Lemar of Atletico are both making progress with their individual injuries. Jose Maria Gimenez and Stefan Savic are likewise not available for selection.