Atletico Madrid vs Granada Prediction Head to Head Preview Who Will Win, Atletico Madrid vs Granada PRIMERA DIVISIÓN April 17, 2016 • 17:15 • Estadio Vicente Calderón, Madrid Referee: Eduardo Prieto Iglesias.
Atletico Madrid is having a ton of force going into their last few diversions in the Spanish top flight subsequent to having an amazing two weeks, hanging two straight wins in the local top flight and in the meantime killing guarding La Liga and Champions League victors FC Barcelona in the quarterfinals of this present season’s UEFA Champions League competition.
Diego Simeone’s squad by and by demonstrated their status as the stingiest club barrier in Europe in the wake of beating the landmass’ most capable hostile power Barça, 2-0, in the said match, the second leg of their last eight no holds barred experience, and winning on total, 3-2. In La Liga, Atleti is additionally falling off an exceedingly amazing 3-1 triumph over Espanyol at the Estadi Cornellà-El Prat last Saturday.
Atletico Madrid skipper Gabi is gradually beginning to dream about the Liga title as they plan to tackle Granada on Sunday. Diego Simeone’s men have moved to inside three purposes of pioneers Barcelona taking after the Catalans’ poor keep running of structure as of late – Luis Enrique’s men neglecting to win their last three group matches.
Atletico Madrid vs Granada Prediction Head to Head Preview Who Will Win
Granada Will Win
Atletico – who thumped Barcelona out of the Champions League with a 3-2 total triumph on Wednesday – still have six amusements left to get the dominant champions and Gabi is enchanted with their exhibitions so far this crusade.
Los Periquitos midfielder Pape Diop really scored the opening objective of the match at the 29th moment, yet Los Colchoneros reacted with a three-objective rebound obligingness of objectives from strikers Fernando Torres and Antoine Griezmann at the 35th and 58th minutes while additionally having one from midfielder Koke one moment before the full time shriek was blown. The win was a subsequent meet-up their 5-1 whipping of Real Betis amid the past matchday to force them near just three focuses behind Barça in the general standings.
In the interim, Granada is on a five-diversion winless slide and dubiously just two focuses over the last three assignment zone. Their last match was a goalless draw with average club Malaga CF in an Andalusian derby at the Estadio Los Carmenes on April eighth, as reported by Goal. Granada’s Nigerian striker Isaac Success had one chance at the objective wide amid the match and had a second half punishment denied after the foul by Los Boquerones protector Federico Ricca was ruled outside the punishment region.