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La Liga - How to watch the Madrid Derby on September 29, 2018

September 28, 2018 By Oscar Rojas
The biggest rivalry in the Spanish capital will see Los Blancos hosting Los Colchoneros once again. Don't miss a beat of this game with our guide.

One of the most anticipated games of the season will give fans something to talk about, as Los Blancos and Los Colchoneros gear up to play their second Madrid derby of the 2018-19 campaign.

Real Madrid will try to get even against Simeone's men after losing the UEFA Super Cup last month. For Atlético, this will be a good chance to confirm their dominance over their bitter rivals in recent years. Added to that, a comfortable win could see them taking the top of La Liga if Barcelona drops the ball as well.

Real Madrid's season kicked off with a bang, but their 3-0 loss to Sevilla last Wednesday raised some eyebrows among their fans. Coach Lopetegui needs to find answers quickly before the team's chances to win La Liga fade away, as this sort of game could complicate their performance in the league in the event of a loss.

The Spanish boss will have two confirmed absences for this game: Marcelo, who picked up a thigh injury against Sevilla, and Isco, who will spend a month on the sidelines recovering from appendicitis.

The away side enters this game on a high note, having won three out of their last four games in all comps. Added to that, coach Diego Simeone has given his team the confidence they needed despite a slow start of the season, and with Griezmann and Costa cooperating with each other in spectacular fashion, it seems that the best is yet to come for Los Colchoneros.

José Giménez, Santiago Arias and Stefan Savic are the team's injury concerns for this game, with the Uruguayan defender being the most likely of the bunch to make it back in time for this clash.

Match facts

  • Atlético Madrid has avoided defeat in their last five Madrid derbies in La Liga.

  • The two most recent league derbies ended in a draw (1-1 at the Bernabeu, 0-0 at the Wanda Metropolitano).

  • Real Madrid's last league win at the Bernabeu took place in the 2012-13 season, when Jose Mourinho was in charge of the team.

  • The most recent match between these teams took place on August 15, 2018. Los Colchoneros went on to defeat Real Madrid after extra time with a 4-2 score.

  • If included in the lineup, Sergio Ramos will play his 40th game against Atlético. Only three players will have played 40+ Madrid derbies in history, all of them for Los Blancos.

  • None of Real Madrid or Atlético's current players is included in the all-time top scorers' list of this rivalry.

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