MLC vs ATL: Mallorca will be facing off against Atletico Madrid on Thursday, November 10. Moreover, the match will be played at Mallorca Stadium in Palma de Mallorca, Spain.
Mallorca are coming into this fixture after winning against Villarreal on Sunday. Moreover, they went on to win the game by 2-0 against Villarreal. Mallorca are sitting in the 12th position of the table with 16 points in 13 games in their domestic league.
Atletico Madrid are coming into this fixture after drawing against Espanyol on Sunday. Moreover, they went on to draw the game by 1-1 against Espanyol. Atletico Madrid are sitting at the 4th position of the table with 24 points in 13 games in their domestic league.
MLC vs ATL: When and Where: Mallorca vs Atletico Madrid?
Mallorca vs Atletico Madrid match will take place at the Mallorca Stadium in Palma de Mallorca, Spain on Thursday, November 10.
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MLC vs ATL: What is the venue of the Mallorca vs Atletico Madrid game?
The venue of the game is the Mallorca Stadium in Palma de Mallorca, Spain.
Key Players for the game
Vedat Muriqi (Mallorca)
Vedat Muriqi will be leading the attack for Mallorca against Atletico Madrid. Moreover, he has gone on to score 8 goals in 12 games so far this season.
Alvaro Morata (Atletico Madrid)
Alvaro Morata will be leading the attack for Atletico Madrid against Mallorca. Moreover, he has gone on to score 5 goals in 14 games so far this season.
MLC vs ATL: What is the weather report for the fixture?
The maximum temperature in Palma de Mallorca on Thursday will be 20°C while the minimum temperature will be 13°C. Partly cloudy conditions are expected throughout the day.
MLC vs ATL: Full squad of both the teams
Mallorca – Predrag Rajkovic(GK), Jaume Costa, Pablo Maffeo, Martin Valjent, Antonio Raillo, Jose Copete, Daniel Rodriguez, Iddrisu Baba, Inigo Ruiz-de Galarreta, Lee Kang-In, Vedat Muriqi, Antonio Sanchez-Navarro, Matija Nastasic, Rodrigo Battaglia, Clement Grenier, Franco Russo, Angel Rodriguez, Tino Kadewere, Braian Cufre, Pere Garcia(GK), Giovanni Gonzalez, Javier Llabres, Leo Roman(GK), Thomas Giaquinto, Josep Gaya, Amath Ndiaye, Lago Junior, Abdon Prats, Pablo Galvez, Dominik Greif(GK).
Atletico Madrid – Jan Oblak(GK), Jose Gimenez, Stefan Savic, Reinildo Mandava, Nahuel Molina, Geoffrey Kondogbia, Yannick Carrasco, Marcos Llorente, Rodrigo De Paul, Antoine Griezmann, Alvaro Morata, Angel Correa, Axel Witsel.
Saul Niguez, Joao Felix, Thomas Lemar, Ivo Grbic(GK), Koke, Matheus Cunha, Felipe Monteiro, Adrian Corral, Mario Hermoso, Sergio Mestre(GK), Sergio Reguilon, Marco Moreno, Antonio Gomis(GK), Pablo Barrios-Rivas, Alejandro Iturbe(GK), Sergio Diez, Alberto Moreno Rebanal, Carlos Martin Dominguez.