Atletico Madrid vs FC Porto Predictions

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  • Wanda Metropolitano
Atletico Madrid
FC Porto
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Both Teams To Score

23/20odds when tipped
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Atletico Madrid 2-1

8/1odds when tipped
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Tip Reasoning

  • Both teams have scored in three of Atletico Madrid’s four La Liga games this season.
  • Both teams have also netted in three of Porto’s last four games.
  • Atletico Madrid have lost just one of their last 14 Champions League home matches, winning nine.
  • Porto have lost four of their last eight Champions League away trips.

Atleti face stiff Porto test on Matchday 1

Atletico Madrid and Porto get their UEFA Champions League campaigns underway at Wanda Metropolitano on Wednesday night and a close encounter is anticipated to help set the tone for a fiercely competitive Group B.

These two giants of European football find themselves in the same section as Liverpool and AC Milan who will also do battle on Wednesday night at Anfield, and all four teams will fancy their chances of reaching the last 16.

A positive result on Matchday 1 will go along way towards securing progress and with home advantage, Atletico Madrid are unsurprisingly favourites to bank three points from this all Iberian clash.

The reigning La Liga champions have lost just one of their last 14 Champions League games at home, winning nine, and with Porto losing four of their last eight away trips in this competition, we’re giving Diego Simeone’s charges the vote in the correct score market with a 2-1 prediction.

Atleti are fairly priced in the 1X2 market at around 4/6, though we think backing both teams to score rates a better alternative at a generous shade of odds-against.

The hosts have been prone to conceding in recent times with both teams striking in three of their four La Liga games this term, while BTTS has also landed in three of Porto last four outings in the Portuguese Primeira.

Porto are a dangerous outfit who went a step further than Atleti in last season’s competition to reach the quarter-finals, and while we think the Spaniards will prevail on Wednesday evening, Sergio Conceicao’s side have more than enough quality to get themselves on the scoresheet at Wanda.

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