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Copa del Rey
San Mames

Athletic Bilbao vs Atletico Madrid: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time & where to watch Copa del Rey game

Atletico Madrid will take on Athletic Bilbao in the second leg of the Copa del Rey semi-finals at the San Mames Stadium on Thursday. Bilbao have a narrow 1-0 advantage from their first-leg win in which Alex Berenguer scored from the spot.

Diego Simeone's men are currently on a rough patch with just one win in their last five games. Their last outing was a 2-2 draw against Almeria and will want to return to winning ways by booking a place in the final of the Cup competition.

After a six-game unbeaten run, Bilbao suffered a defeat at the hands of Real Betis in their most recent outing. They will be hoping to make full use of their first-leg advantage to hold Atletico Madrid in the upcoming contest.

Here, GOAL brings you everything you need to know about how to watch, including TV channel, streaming details and more.

Athletic Bilbao vs Atletico Madrid kick-off time & stadium

Date:February 29, 2024
Kick-off time:8:30 pm GMT
Venue:San Mames Stadium

The Copa del Rey match between Atletico Madrid and Athletic Bilbao will be played at the San Mames Stadium.

It will kick off at 8:30 pm GMT on Thursday in the United Kingdom (UK).

How to watch Athletic Bilbao vs Atletico Madrid online - TV channels & live streams

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Live Updates

The game will not be televised in the UK, but fans can follow the live updates on GOAL.

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Team news & squads

Atletico Madrid team news

The visitors will be missing Cesar Azpilicueta, Jose Maria Gimenez, and Thomas Lemar due to injuries.

Antoine Griezmann, Atletico Madrid's leading scorer, is facing a race against time to recover for the second leg after sustaining an ankle injury in last Tuesday's Champions League match against Inter Milan.

Madrid predicted XI: Oblak; Llorente, Savic, Witsel, Hermoso, Lino; De Paul, Koke, Barrios; Correa, Morata

Goalkeepers:Oblak, Moldovan
Defenders:Hermoso, Savic, Witsel, Paulista, Reinildo, Molina
Midfielders:De Paul, Llorente, Vermeeren, Barrios, Koke, Saul, Lino, Vitolo
Forwards:Griezmann, Morata, Depay, Riquelme, Correa, Paulo

Athletic Bilbao team news

Athletic may still be without the injured Ander Herrera, while Yuri Berchiche is unlikely to play due to a hamstring issue suffered in Sunday's loss to Betis.

Yeray Alvarez missed the last match due to an ankle problem and remains uncertain for Thursday's semi-final encounter.

Bilbao predicted XI: Agirrezabala; De Marcos, Vivian, Paredes, Garcia de Albeniz; Prados, Ruiz de Galarreta; I. Williams, Sancet, N. Williams; Guruzeta

Goalkeepers:Simon, Agirrezabala
Defenders:Vivian, Paredes, De Alneniz, Lekue, De Marcos
Midfielders:Vesga, De Galarreta, Prados, D. Garcia, Sancet, Gomez, Berenguer
Forwards:Berenguer, I. Williams, Muniain, N. Williams, Villalibre, R. Garcia, Guruzeta, Ares

Head-to-Head Record

The following is the head-to-head record of the last five meetings between Atletico Madrid and Athletic Bilbao across all competitions.

February 7, 2024Athletic Bilbao 1-0 Atletico MadridCopa del Rey
December 16, 2023Athletic Bilbao 2-0 Atletico MadridLa Liga
February 19, 2023Atletico Madrid 1-0 Athletic BilbaoLa Liga
October 15, 2022Athletic Bilbao 0-1 Atletico MadridLa Liga
April 30, 2022Athletic Bilbao 2-0 Atletico MadridLa Liga
January 13, 2022Atletico Madrid 1-2 Athletic BilbaoSpanish Super Cup

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