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WE WILL PLAY ESPANYOL WITH THE GOAL TO CONTINUE THE STREAK OF VICTORIES (20:45)

Atlético, for the fourth consecutive victory

After the thrashing in the King’s Cup against Guijuelo, the League returns with a match against Espanyol with the team’s goal being to win to continue the positive streak.

PHOTO: Ángel Gutiérrez

Atlético de Madrid will play against Espanyol at the Calderón with the goal to continue with the good streak of matches after beating PSV in the Champions League, Osasuna in LaLiga and Guijuelo in the King’s Cup. They are three victories in three different competitions and LaLiga has returned with a match against a rival that has on a manager who won the Europa League and UEFA Super Cup (Quique Sánchez Flores) and several former players such as Reyes, Roberto, Demichelis, Jurado, Leo Baptistao or Salva Sevilla.

Espanyol comes to this game after a draw (1-1) in the Cup at Alcorcón’s home ground and after two wins in LaLiga against Leganés (3-0) and in Vitoria against Alavés (0-1). On our part, we reach this match after beating PSV in the Champions League (2-0), Osasuna in LaLiga (0-3) and Guijuelo in the Cup (0-6). Three matches won without conceding a goal and with 11 in favour.

Diego Pablo Simeone has called 19 players
against Espanyol with the novelty of Filipe Luis being on the list after recovering from his injury. In Espanyol, Hernán Perez is the great novelty of the squad list after not playing against Leganés due to injury.

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