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Barcelona vs Atletico Madrid: Live Score, LaLiga Game

La Blaugrana fell to a humiliating loss against Benfica – their first to the Portuguese outfit since 1961 – to kick off their European campaign with two consecutive 3-0 defeats. Although they’re yet to lose in the league, Ronald Koeman’s side have struggled on the field, putting together some desperately drowsy performances. Watch live Barcelona vs Atletico Madrid HD Stream to the following link:

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Spanish LaLiga
Barcelona vs Atletico Madrid
Date: Saturday, October 2, 2021, Time: 3 p.m. ET
Venue: Wanda Metropolitano

Atletico will now be looking to return to winning ways in Spain’s top flight and pile the pressure on Koeman, who is expected to remain in charge for Saturday’s clash at Wanda Metropolitano, although the Dutchman will not actually be on the bench, as he is serving the second of a two-game touchline suspension.

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The victory is much more important than the (way we played), because the Champions League group is difficult, Simeone said Tuesday. Liverpool are very strong, Milan have played very well in their games. In the second half we brought together almost everyone, Griezmann, Lemar, Correa, De Paul, Suárez, João…they are all playing.

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This will be their 55th La Liga overall meeting. There are no surprises here as Barcelona are the firm favorites in head-to-head clashes, having celebrated a victory on 27 occasions so far; Atletico de Madrid have grabbed a triumph 12 times to this day, and a great number of even 15 matches have ended in a draw.

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The Red and Whites recorded a 1-0 win over Barcelona when the two teams met in Madrid last season, and the capital giants are actually unbeaten in their last three La Liga contests with Saturday’s opponents, having picked up a point in a goalless draw when they last met at Camp Nou in May.

Barcelona, on the other hand, have struggled under Ronald Koeman this season and may well see a change in management over the weekend. The Catalans were stunned by Benfica in the UEFA Champions League and cannot afford another debacle against Atletico Madrid.

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