Atlético Madrid

form

All
ATM 2 - 0 HUE
W
ATM 5 - 0 EIB
W
BET 1 - 1 ATM
D
SEV 1 - 0 ATM
L
ATM 1 - 0 ALA
W
CHE 2 - 0 ATM
L
GET 0 - 0 ATM
D
ATM 2 - 1 ATH
W
ATM 1 - 1 RMA
D
VIL 0 - 2 ATM
W
Sevilla

form

All
LEV 0 - 1 SEV
W
RSO 1 - 2 SEV
W
CEL 3 - 4 SEV
W
SEV 1 - 0 ATM
W
VLD 1 - 1 SEV
D
SEV 2 - 0 ELC
W
SEV 1 - 0 BET
W
BVB 2 - 2 SEV
D
SEV 0 - 2 BAR
L
SEV 2 - 3 BVB
L
Head to Head
20 Matches (8 Draws)
8 Total wins 4
4 Home wins 3
4 Away wins 1
Last 5 Matches
1 Wins
3 Draw
1 Wins
SEV 1 - 0 ATM
ATM 2 - 0 SEV
ATM 2 - 2 SEV
SEV 1 - 1 ATM
ATM 1 - 1 SEV
6 Goals Scored 5
Games Over 2.5 Goals 1 / 5
Both Teams Scored 3 / 5
Team Comparison
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  • Defence
  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Atlético de Madrid have lost just one of their last 19 LaLiga games against Sevilla (W8 D10), 1-0 at Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán in October 2016, 17 of which have been under Diego Simeone (W8 D8 L1). 
  2. Atlético de Madrid and Sevilla have drawn their last four encounters in LaLiga, the first time they’ve drawn four consecutive games in the top-flight. In fact, the Andalusian team could be the first away side to draw three successive league matches at Wanda Metropolitano. 
  3. Sevilla haven’t won a LaLiga away game against Atlético de Madrid since September 2008 (0-1), thanks to Luís Fabiano’s direct free-kick goal. Only against Barcelona (GP18 D3 L15) are they on a longer current away run without a win than against the Red-And-Whites (GP11 D6 L5 – also 11 against Real Madrid). 
  4. Sevilla are one of just five away teams to have won against Atlético de Madrid at Wanda Metropolitano in all competitions (1-2 in January 2018 in Copa del Rey) - they could be the first side to win twice in the new Red-And-White stadium. 
  5. Atlético de Madrid are unbeaten in their last 19 LaLiga home games (W15 D4), the best current run of any side at home in the competition. 
  6. Sevilla have only lost two of their last 15 LaLiga away games (W7 D6), 1-0 vs Granada and 2-1 vs Athletic, both in October, and remain unbeaten in their last four (W3 D1). 
  7. Atlético de Madrid’s Koke Resurrección has scored seven goals against Sevilla in LaLiga, at least four more than against any other opponent in the competition (three against Espanyol and Málaga). 
  8. Luis Suárez has scored nine goals in his first 12 games with Atlético de Madrid in LaLiga. The last two players to reach 10 goals in their first 13 matches with a club in the competition were Zlatan Ibrahimovic with Barça and Cristiano Ronaldo with Real Madrid, both in 2009 (11 goals each).
  9. Against Real Sociedad last time out, Youssef En-Nesyri became the first Sevilla player to score a hat-trick in LaLiga since Wissam Ben Yedder in March 2019, also against the Basque side. 
  10. Sevilla’s Julen Lopetegui has not won any of his four managerial games against Atlético de Madrid in all competitions (D3 L1), although his only defeat against them came in the UEFA Super Cup in August 2018 with Real Madrid (4-2 after extra-time). 
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