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Feyenoord vs. Atlético Madrid Prediction, Tips & Stats

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      Match Result

      Almería

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      Both Teams To Score

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      Over 2.5 Goals

      Almería

      Atlético Madrid


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      Feyenoord vs. Atlético Madrid Prediction, Tips & Stats

      Atlético Madrid are looking to book their place in this season's Champions League knockout stages as they face Feyenoord this week.

      Feyenoord currently sit 3rd in the Champions League's Group E with two wins and two losses from four games.

      The Dutch champions could, and likely will, be eliminated from this competition if they fall to a defeat here so they're coming into this game amidst an air of pressure given they were handed a pretty favourable group draw.

      Their form entering this game is solid having won three and lost two of their last five games, the most recent of which was a 4-2 win away at Excelsior thanks to a Santiago Giménez hat-trick along with a Quinten Timber goal.

      The win over Excelsior means they've now won their last two games on the bounce so they've got a decent amount of momentum behind them here.

      Their home form is excellent, too, as they come into this game having won all of their last five games on home soil so they won't roll over easily.

      Four points should see Feyenoord qualify from this group and given they face Celtic last they'll fancy their chances of booking a place in the knockout rounds if they can grab a draw from this one.

      Atlético Madrid currently sit top of Group E with two wins and two draws from four games this season.

      Diego Simeone's side are having a strong campaign both domestically and in Europe and are coming into this game knowing three points will book their place in the knockout stages.

      They're entering this game in very good form having lost just one of their last thirteen games, winning four of their last five.

      Their latest outing saw an Antoine Griezmann goal secure all three points in a 1-0 win over Mallorca. Griezmann's revival at Atlético following his stint at Barcelona has been a revelation, with the Frenchman having been operating at an unplayable level for over eighteen months now.

      Atlético aren't quite as strong away from home as they are on their own patch so that will make things interesting here as they face a side with an excellent home record.

      They've slumped to a couple of frustrating draws in this competition already so they'll have to be near their best to beat the Dutch side here but you get the feeling they'd be satisfied with a draw.

      When Diego Simeone's side set up to avoid defeat they're very, very tough to break down so it's hard to see them losing this one.

      For our Feyenoord vs. Atlético Madrid prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw

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      Feyenoord Team News

      Bart Nieuwkoop continues to miss out for Feyenoord here as he works his way back from injury.

      Alireza Jahanbakhsh and Lutsharel Geertruida both remain absent but Yankuba Minteh returned to the match-day squad after a period of absence at the weekend and came off the bench for a cameo so he'll be hoping for some minutes once again here.

      Atlético Madrid Team News

      Memphis Depay and Rodrigo Riquelme both returned from injury at the weekend with appearances off the bench so they'll likely have further involvement here while Reinildo, also fit again, was an unused substitute. Thomas Lemar and Vitolo, however, both remain out injured.

      20-year-old Pablo Barrios continues to impress in midfield and will retain his place in this once as Diego Simeone likely opts for continuity in his starting XI.

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