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Roma vs Atletico: match facts, team news, TV listings - September 12, 2017 UCL match

September 11, 2017 By Michelle Bonsu
A crunch clash awaits as Roma take on Atletico Madrid at the Stadio Olimpico on matchday one of the 2017/2018 Champions League on Tuesday, Sept. 12th. provides info to catch Roma-Atletico Madrid.

Broadcast info

Who's playing: Roma and Atletico Madrid will lock horns at the Stadio Olimpico in a potentially decisive clash on matchday one of their group stage campaign on Tuesday evening.

What time: Tuesday, September 12th at 11:45 PST/14:45 EST/18:45 GMT/19:45 BST/20:45 CET

What stadium: This game will be played at the Stadio Olimpico. Shared between Roma and Lazio, this venue can seat up to 70.634 fans at max capacity.

Which channel:

- In the USA: WatchESPN, FOX Sports GO, FOX Soccer Match Pass, fuboTV, Fox Soccer Plus, ESPN3 USA

- In Italy: Premium Play, Roma TV, Premium Calcio 2, Premium Calcio 1, Canale 5

- In Spain: beIN Sports Spain, beIN Sports Connect España, Movistar+

- In the UK: BT Sport Extra

- In Canada: TSN GO, TSN5

* View up-to-date broadcast listings

Match Facts & Stats

  • Roma have won just one out of their last seven home UCL matches
  • The Giallorossi have also failed to beat Atletico Madrid in their prior two meetings (two losses, four goals conceded)
  • Roma have won just two group stage UCL games in the past six years
  • 5-1 vs CSKA Moskva on 17 September 2014 and 3-2 vs Bayer 04 Leverkusen on 4 November 2015
  • By contrast, Atletico Madrid have featured in two UCL finals during that same time period
  • Both Simeone and Di Francesco will be quite familiar with each other - having featured for Lazio and Roma respectively and played on opposing sides in the Derby della Capitale in the 1999/2000 season
  • Atletico Madrid are unbeaten in their last three trips to Italy
  • Los Rojiblancos have a record of W4 D2 L4 on the road against Serie A sides and an overall record of W13 D3 L7
  • Atletico have won just three out of their last nine UCL road games (D2 L4)
  • Roma have a home record of W6 D1 L7 against Spanish sides and an overall record of W6 D1 L7
  • The Giallorossi haven't beaten a LaLiga side at the Stadio Olimpico since a 2-1 result against Real Madrid back during the 2007/2008 round of 16

Roma facing tough test against history - and Atletico Madrid on matchday one


The Giallorossi have had a less than solid start to the season. Roma's clash against Sampdoria was called off due to bad weather, and Eusebio Di Francesco's men started off with an away win to Atalanta, but it was less than an assured performance. Most recently, they ended up losing to Inter, but having seen their league game cancelled at the weekend, they may be a lot more rested than their opponents, which could either be an advantage or disadvantage for this upcoming game.

Roma have struggled historically in the Champions League, however. The Lupi have won just one out of their last seven UCL home games, and more important, haven't beaten any Spanish sides on home turf since the 2007/2008 edition of this tournament. They're no strangers to Atletico Madrid, but failed to beat them in their prior two meetings, which was during the quarter-finals of the UEFA Cup back in 1999.

Atletico Madrid

It's been a relatively solid, but not stellar start to the domestic campaign for Atletico Madrid. Los Rojiblancos nearly suffered a rather embarrassing result against a newly promoted Girona but were able to salvage a 2-2 draw on opening day, before rebounding on matchday two to beat Las Palmas 5-1. They come into this game having drawn Valencia 0-0 and will be able to rely on key man Antoine Griezmann as his ban does not apply to European competition.

Atleti have dealt with their fair share of heartbreak in the Champions League as of late. In 2014 and 2016, they made it to the final only to be thwarted by cross-town rivals Real Madrid, and last season, were again beaten by their city rivals during the semi-finals. In fact, all four of their Champions League campaigns have ended at the hands of Real Madrid, but fortunately for Simeone's side, they have a good record against Roma - having beaten them twice in the UEFA Cup quarter-finals nearly two decades ago.

However, Atletico have won just three out of their last nine Champions League games on the road. Will they be able to take advantage of Roma's bad record against Spanish sides to pick up a vital win? With Chelsea also in this group, this match could eventually prove decisive in who ends up qualifying for the round of 16 and who has to settle for a spot in the Europa League by finishing in third.

Match details, result and original broadcast info

Roma 0 - 0 Atlético Madrid

September 12, 2017 2:45pmStadio Olimpico (Roma)

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