Morata and Griezmann lead Atletico Madrid’s lineup against Villarreal in the Spanish League

Argentine coach Diego Simeone announced Atletico Madrid The official formation against Villarreal in the match that will be held at ten o’clock in the evening today, Sunday, at the “Civitas Wanda Metropolitano” stadium, in the 13th round of the Spanish League competition for the current season 2023-2024.

Atletico Madrid vs Villarreal

The Atletico Madrid formation was as follows:

Goalkeeper: Oblak.

Defense line: Jiménez, Witsel, Hermoso.

Midfield: Molina, De Paul, Koke, Saul, Riquelme.

Offensive line: Morata, Griezmann.

Atletico Madrid
Atletico Madrid

Spanish league standings

Atletico Madrid is in fourth place with 25 points, and Villarreal is in 14th place with 12 points.

The Atletico Madrid team played 11 matches in the Spanish League this season, divided between 8 wins, a draw and two losses respectively, and has 25 points and has a postponed match in the competition.

While Villarreal played 12 matches in the La Liga competition, with 3 victories, 3 draws and 6 defeats respectively, collecting 12 points.

Atletico Madrid aims to return to victory against Villarreal today, after losing to Las Palmas 1-2 in the 12th round of the Spanish League competition.

Argentine Diego Simeone will lead the Atletico Madrid team against Villarreal tonight, after officially renewing his contract with the Madrid Commando until June 2027.

Atletico Madrid vs Villarreal

Atletico Madrid will miss the match against Villarreal, the Dutch star Memphis Depay, for the tenth match in a row, due to a muscle injury, and Thomas Lemar, who suffers from a torn Achilles tendon.

There are doubts about Reynaldo Mandava’s position on participating with Atleti against the Yellow Submarines today, as he continues the final stage of the recovery process from a tear in the cruciate ligament.

While Atletico Madrid’s list against Villarreal will witness the return of Argentine Rodrigo De Paul, who missed the match against Scottish club Celtic in the Champions League last Tuesday, a match that ended with the Rojiblancos winning by half a dozen goals.

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