November 5, 2022 Sports Betting
Atletico Madrid will be hosting Espanyol in this weekend as they will be hoping to come back stronger after previous days of them in the champions league and the la Liga games .
Espanyol in the interim played out a draw against Mallorca I’m the previous game while Madrid was beaten by Cadiz in the la Liga and they were bounced out in the league by Porto in the champions league.
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Atletico Madrid vs Espanyol Tips and Prediction
Its been a really crazy and in happy recent days for he Diego Simeon side having lost in both the league and lost out of the champions league too and this is a situation which can be very difficult for all the team to handle entirely.
Last Wednesday, after the last whoosh, Yannick Carrasco was given a penalty to keep his platoon’s expedients of qualifying for Europe alive. His spot kick was saved, the answer hit the bar, and his final attempt was veered off target in the 99th nanosecond of play. also, in LaLiga, Diego Simeone’s team tied the score at against Cadiz in the 85th and 89th twinkles before falling short in the 99th to come the first team to lose at Estadio Ramon Carranza this season. A defeat to Porto in the middle of the week further embarrassed Los Colchoneros, who finished last in their Champions League group for the first time ever.
Due to their fourth-place finish, Atletico must now focus solely on domestic obligations as they attempt to close the gap between Barcelona, Real Madrid, and the rest of the Spanish top flight.
They believe that a win over Espanyol is essential in order to quickly recover from a disastrous fortnight at the club stadium given everything that has occurred thus far. Espanyol, who are currently just one point above the early relegation standings, have struggled with consistency under new coach Diego Martinez.
The head coach, who is regarded as one of Spain’s most promising young managers after leading Granada to the Europa League quarterfinals, has relied on deadly striker Joselu this season.
Even so, Los Pericos are beginning to seem relatively stable with just one loss in their previous six games and would be in a much better position if it weren’t for injury-time equalizers and goalkeeping gaffes.
Notably, the Catalan team lost a crucial goal to Valencia at home in the 96th minute of a dramatic 2-2 draw in early October when goalkeeper Alvaro Fernandez perplexingly allowed a looping ball to sail over his head. However, they were fortunate last weekend as Jose Carlos Lazo’s sliced cross saved a point against a largely invincible Mallorca.
Espanyol will face tough competition at the Metropolitano despite having only one victory on the road all season, a shocking 1-0 victory at high-flying Athletic Bilbao.
Atletico Madrid has been difficult to predict thus far in the season, but this one feels too important for Diego Simeone’s team to drop.
With the exception of one unexpected victory, their guests are notoriously bad travelers, so Los Colchoneros shouldn’t have too many issues as they attempt to resume their winning streak after a difficult couple of weeks.