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Only one team ever came close to challenging the ‘big 2’ at their lofty thrones, and it’s Atletico. After two back-to-back seasons as runners-up, they dropped to 4th in 2019/20. Though disappointing, this result did take them to the Champions League and a relatively strong international campaign. They fought their way into the quarter-finals but were knocked out by RB Leipzig. If your sportsbook of choice offers a market without Barcelona and Real Madrid, a La Liga outright Winner bet is priced at 1.57. Either way, a Top 4 Finish is almost unavoidable at odds of 1.20. Atletico supporters will no doubt be hoping for a repeat of 2013/14’s title win, but it’s highly unlikely that this will be their year. With close to a decade of work with Los Indios, though, if there's one man that could do it, it’s Diego Simeone.
Atletico Madrid Key Players
Though the summer transfer period wasn’t nearly as dramatic as last year’s, there were still some fairly high-profile changes. Former Barcelona superstar striker Luis Suarez was signed on a free to boost the forward line alongside the returnee winger Yannick Carrasco. He will be acting as a direct replacement for Alvaro Morata who was loaned back to Juventus for a €10.00m fee. Ivo Grbić was also signed on as a goalie, though it’s highly unlikely he’ll be the first choice over the legendary Jan Oblak any time soon.
By far the biggest departure this year is defensive midfielder Thomas, who moved on to Arsenal for a large €50.00m fee.
Atletico’s greatest strength lies in their formidable defence. Besides the league’s hand-down best goalkeeper, they have a sturdy and reliable lineup of backs such as José Giménez and Renan Lodi. This backline conceded only 27 goals over the past season, which is a record only Real Madrid happened to beat.
Atletico Madrid Rivalry
As Madrid based club, Atletico has the most unwanted rival in their neighbourhood, Real Madrid. The Madrid derby has a great history since both clubs are founded at the beginning of the 20 century. Atletico was founded and financed by Athletic Bilbao with the aim to stop Real Madrid to collect all talented players in the region at that time.
In the last decade, Atleti have managed to transform and as European top-flight club met Real Madrid in the Champions League final at Lisbon in 2010. It was the first time that teams from the same country compete for the title and rivality arise more than ever.
Atletico Madrid History
Atletico is founded in 1903 and have became the third most successful club in Spanish football history, just behind Real Madrid and Barcelona. Club was founded by Athletic Bilbao ex-players who study in Madrid, so they choose the same colours as Basque brother-team.
Atleti won league title in 10 occasions, same as in Copa del Rey. The Atleti fans are the most proud of the recent title from 2014 and believe that they could repeat that success in the near future.
Atletico’s home ground is the new Wanda Metropolitano stadium, which capacity is 68000 seats.
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