ESP: Atlético vs Real Madrid




If they overcome Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid will take another step to the milestone of reaching 93 points, the record number of points they have set in La Liga 2016/17. Time, location, and people are reconciled all factors favoring coach Carlo Ancelotti’s teachers and students, and Los Blancos will have a victory, even a victory. A jubilant victory today.

With Atletico Madrid, this team is in crisis. In the last 4 rounds in the Spanish league, coach Diego Simeone’s teachers and students only won 1 win but received 2 defeats. Those poor results pushed the Wanda Metropolitano home team closer to a position outside the Top 4 with only 3 points more than Real Betis’ 5th place.

It must be emphasized that Atletico Madrid’s home record is extremely unconvincing. Statistics show that Colchoneros did not win 2 of the last 3 receptions on all fronts. Notably, the attack of the Wanda Metropolitano home team showed a stalemate when only scoring in 1/3 of that match. The absence of three pillars due to injuries, namely Mario Hermoso, Joao Felix and Thomas Lemar, also seriously affected the play of coach Diego Simeone’s teachers and students in this match.

After 34 rounds have passed, Real Madrid currently has 81 points. Thus, if they win all 12 more points, the Royal team will reach the milestone of 93 points, a record number of points in a season. The ability of coach Carlo Ancelotti’s teachers and students to do this is great when their schedule in the last 2/4 rounds will have the home field advantage. Recently, the Bernabeu team is showing an extremely impressive form. They won all the last 5 rounds, scored 14 goals and only conceded 4 times.

Although there is no Eden Hazard, it can be seen that the attack of Los Blancos is still functioning very well. The spearheads like Marco Asensio, Rodrygo Goes and especially Karim Benzama successfully completed the task of scoring instead of the Belgian striker. Not to mention, although this is a match that must be played away from home, coach Carlo Ancelotti’s teachers and students have an impressive record when they have to play away from home. The Royal team has only dropped points once in the last 6 away matches in La Liga this season.

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