The rojiblanco team visits San Siro this Tuesday for the second day of Group B in the Champions League. It does so after being unable to beat Porto (0-0) and against a rival who lost (3-2) in Liverpool after going ahead on the scoreboard.
Diego Pablo Simeone will want to guide his team to the first victory in this continental competition just after the defeat (1-0) in LaLiga against Deportivo Alavés, the first of the season. He will have the only loss of Thomas Lemar and we believe that he will opt for his usual 1-3-1-4-2:
The Slovenian goalkeeper has played every possible minute this season, wearing the armband in the last three LaLiga bets. His hierarchy is unquestionable and, except for injury, sanction or force majeure, we will always see him under the stick.
The Madrid defender comes to rest with a substitution and a substitution in the most recent stakes, which brings him fresh to start.
The Uruguayan center-back has started six games this season and has not played in the most recent one. He arrives rested to act as a starter in Milan.
The Montenegrin defender has played every minute of LaLiga this season, but rested against Porto. It is important to generate breaks when dealing with a footballer who will turn 31 in January.
The Franco-Central African pivot played 59 minutes of play in the last game after recovering from knee pain. That rest after the return invites you to believe that you can return from the beginning in similar conditions.
The left-handed attacker has started 7 of 8 stakes this season, most of them as a left wing. We believe that it will reoccupy that demarcation to expand on the left.
The versatile footballer from Madrid has started all the games this year, starting the season in the right lane and occupying positions at different heights in the midfield. We believe that he will be in charge of having a tour in the center of the field.
The Argentine midfielder has completed two of the last bets in LaLiga and has dosed in another two, with one without minutes and another below half an hour. Being quite dosed, it is a good time to start the Champions League.
The right lane has started 5 of LaLiga’s 7 bets, starting the most recent five after not starting in the first two. Everything invites you to think that you will be again, since you have not completed the last four.
The French striker has started every LaLiga match since returning to Atlético de Madrid, but only finished the last one. In the Champions League he started from the bench.
The Uruguayan forward has been able to complete the last two LaLiga games after failing to do so in the previous ones. Having picked up the pace, we believe that he will return from the beginning.