Can Manchester United Beat Atletico Madrid in The UEFA Champions League?

On Paramount+ this week, four Champions League matches are on the schedule to look forward to. Chelsea goes to Lille on Wednesday amid the off-field turmoil that engulfed them. However, before that, the most thrilling match of the season is still to be there. When Manchester United takes on Atletico Madrid in Madrid. These are some things you should consider when watching such games.

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Can Manchester United Beat Atletico Madrid?

Four clubs qualified for the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals last week. Four more will do so this week when the Round of 16-second leg action resumes on Tuesday and Wednesday in the United Kingdom.

Several teams, including Liverpool, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, and Manchester City, have already advanced to the next round. With more expected to do so in the coming days as giants try to avoid upsets and underdogs try to crash the party. Liverpool is the only English club to have progressed to the next round. Highlighting the schedule is Manchester United’s match against Atletico Madrid on Tuesday. While Ajax, Chelsea, and Juventus will all be looking to get the job at home and move one step closer to the final.

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The UEFA Champions League 

Manchester United and Atletico Madrid will be seeking to secure a place in the quarterfinals of the Champions League. When they meet for the second half of their Round of 16 encounters at Old Trafford on Tuesday.

Anthony Elanga came off the bench to score the equalizer at the Estadio Wanda Metropolitano. Ensuring that the Red Devils entered the match on an equal footing. Cristiano Ronaldo is fresh off a hat-trick in United’s 3-2 win over Tottenham on Saturday, ensuring that the Red Devils enter the match on an equal footing.

However, after the 1-1 draw, Diego Simeone’s side has experienced a strong run of form. With three straight victories in La Liga, the most recent of which was a 2-1 success against Cadiz.

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News about Manchester United vs. Atletico Madrid

Injured striker Mason Greenwood remains on the sidelines as the club continues to investigate his conduct, while Luke Shaw is questionable following infection with the COVID-19 virus. Bruno Fernandes has returned to training after missing the team’s victory against Tottenham at the weekend. Scott McTominay will also be available, according to expectations.

The visitors are missing Yannick Carrasco, who is suspended, Matheus Cunha, Daniel Wass, Sime Vrsaljko, and Thomas Lemar, who have injuries. Against Cadiz, Koke came in as a substitute, but Jose Maria Gimenez has an injury during the same game.

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