Atlético de Madrid vs Liverpool – Champions League :This Tuesday night at the Wanda Metropolitano, Atlético de Madrid hosts Liverpool
Atlético de Madrid vs Liverpool – On a match counting towards the 1st leg of the 8th finals of the UEFA Champions League.
Atlético de Madrid is in 4th place of La Liga with 40 points conquered, thanks to a record of 10 victories, 10 draws and 4 losses.
Their goalscoring ratio counts with 25 goals scored and 17 goals conceded, with the team presenting an average of 1.8 goals per match.
Their record at home has been the most productive, with the team getting 7 wins on the 12 rounds played at the Wanda Metropolitano. On the last round, they’ve gotten a 2-2 draw on the trip to Valencia.
Liverpool is in 1st place of the Premier League with 76 points conquered, thanks to a record of 25 victories, 1 draw and 0 losses.
In terms of goals, they count with 61 goals scored and 15 goals conceded, which results on an average of 2.9 goals per match.
Their record away from home has been strong, with the team getting 12 wins on the 13 rounds played away from home. On the last round, they’ve gotten a victory by 1-0 on the visit to Norwich.
It is true that Atlético is a team that’s more tailored for knockout competitions. However, right now there is a big difference in terms of quality when compared to Liverpool.
The English side is the best team in the world right now, being able to balance a great collective dynamic with the brilliance of their individuals and they are going through an excellent stage that has been prolonging since the start of the season.
On the 40 official matches they’ve already played, Klopp’s side was only defeated on 1 occasions and in that sense, they have conditions to take an advantage from the Spanish capital or on the worst-case scenario secure a draw and then confirm their progress in Anfield.
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Atlético de Madrid vs Liverpool – Betting Tips: :
The “Over 1.5 Goals” line should be surpassed, knowing that the Colchoneros need to score at home to dream about being able to advance and the good news is that they have been managing to do it in most of their matches at the Wanda Metropolitano.
However, since Liverpool are super strong on the offensive end, they have more than enough weapons to surpass the line on their own.