Atletico Madrid vs FC Barcelona: The match will be played on 30th June 2020 starting at around 22:00 CET / 21:00 uk time and we will have live streaming links closer to the kickoff. FC Barcelona have a massive couple of months ahead of them as they chase another treble as they are well ahead in Spanish League and in the Cope Del Rey final after beating Real Madrid.
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Barcelona welcome Atletico Madrid to Camp Nou on Tuesday evening with Quique Setien’s men now playing catchup in the La Liga title race.
The Blaugrana sit two points behind leaders Real Madrid, and Los Blancos having the better head-to-head record means the gap is effectively three points.
That means Barca can ill-afford any more slip-ups with six games remaining and will surely face a tough encounter against a resurgent Atletico side who have won four and drawn one of their five games since the restart.
Along the back line, Jordi Alba occupies the left back slot joined by Clement Lenglet, in place of Samuel Umtiti, Gerard Pique and Nelson Semedo – though Sergi Roberto is fit again.In the midfield, four players have been picked in Sergio Busquets, Ivan Rakitic, Arturo Vidal and Riqui Puig.
Officially announced as having been sold to Juventus on Monday, Arthur Melo still makes the bench and has apparently promised to give his all until switching to Turin later in the summer.
“It’s true that the matches against Atletico Madrid are tremendously difficult,” remarked Setien at his prematch press conference yesterday.
The visitors perhaps boasting a psychological edge over Barça following a Spanish Super Cup semi final win in January, which saw Setien replace the fired Ernesto Valverde in the hotseat, he also described them as “a great team, with a strong identity and way of playing.”
“They will make things difficult for us. But I think that all the matches are as important as this one,” it was concluded, by a figure tipped to also be out of a job should he fail to clinch La Liga or the Champions League.