Atleti travel to Barcelona for a big clash at the Camp Nou on Tuesday night. Our team will look to keep the positive streak going, having earned a draw and two wins in the three away games since LaLiga resumed. Those results, plus the two wins in two matches at the Wanda Metropolitano, have left Simeone’s men in third spot, four points ahead of fourth-placed Sevilla.
We have returned to LaLiga action in great shape after the break, picking up 13 out of a possible 15 points (4W, 1D). On the other hand, Barcelona have earned three wins (at Mallorca and at home against Leganés and Athletic Club) and two draws (at Sevilla and Celta).
The Catalan side are yet to lose at home this season, so the trip to the Camp Nou will be as demanding as ever. Atleti have recorded five wins, eight draws and three defeats on the road this season in LaLiga. Now it’s time to extend our positive streak at one of world football’s most demanding stadiums.