Atletico Madrid vs Celta de Vigo
Atletico Madrid hosts the Celta de Vigo in the duel of the 32nd Spanish La Liga championship. The match will be played on Saturday, April 13, at Wanda Metropolitano as the hosts are favorites for the victory. Read our free soccer predictions today for this match.
Atletico Madrid’s hopes for the title have failed last weekend when the team lost 0-2 to Barcelona. Thus the difference between the two teams became 11 points and the task of the Madridians to displace the Catalans from the top is impossible. Now Atletico Madrid will be looking to keep its second place and finish in front of Real Madrid, which will be a little consolation for the fans. The Red and Whites are in a series of four consecutive wins on their own pitch and will be pursuing the three points against the Celta de Vigo.
Diego Simeone’s graduates beat Girona 2-0 in their last Wanda Metropolitano match. Los Rojiblancos did not score in their last four games on their own pitch, winning zero in each of the duels. Atletico Madrid is the second best host in La Liga with 80% winning matches. The team has taken 38 points for 15 home games, with only Barcelona having a better score – 39 points won, but the Catalonians have played a game more home.
Celta de Vigo Celta de Vigo takes 16th place in the standings with a total of 32 points. The Sky Blues are two points above the danger zone striving to keep their place in the elite. They may not increase their assets this weekend, which will be a problem for them in the battle for salvation. Fran Escriba’s alumni are in this difficult situation because they play very poorly on a foreign pitch. Celta have only won 10 points in 15 away games. The team has scored 20 goals in their games but has scored 31 goals – an average of over 2 goals per game. Atletico Madrid will want to make it to its fans for the defeat of Barcelona, so I think the hosts will score over 1.5 goals in this match.
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