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One of the standout fixtures on the La Liga calendar will take place at Wanda Metropolitano on Sunday afternoon as Atletico Madrid welcome Real Madrid for the Madrid derby.
Atletico are currently top of the table, five points clear of third-placed Real Madrid, while Diego Simeone’s side still have a game in hand over both Los Blancos and second-placed Barcelona.
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As mentioned, Simeone’s side have a five-point advantage over both second-placed Barca and third-placed Real Madrid and also have a game in hand over the two sides, which could prove decisive.
Atletico actually had a wobble in the league between February 8 and February 20 as they won just one of their four matches, suffering a shock 2-0 home defeat to Levante in their last match at Wanda Metropolitano.
The capital giants returned to winning ways in impressive fashion last weekend, though, as an own goal from Alfonso Pedraza and second-half Joao Felix effort saw them record a 2-0 victory away to Villarreal.
NAME: Atlético Madrid – Real Madrid
DATE: 7 Mar 2021
TIME: 15:15 UTC
VENUE: Wanda Metropolitano, Madrid, Spain