Despite a perfect record, we still don’t trust Atlético

Atlético Madrid’s scoreline against Getafe was quite extreme and the streak could continue on Tuesday. Or not?

Let’s start with a shocking statistic: in the last 12 years, Atlético Madrid and Getafe have met 21 times in the league, with the Colchoneros recording 19 wins and 2 draws. Do you need any more reasons to bet on the home side on Tuesday night at up to 1.40? Well, let’s look at a few more factors that might put us off the national boy!

Getafe “murdered” a coach at the weekend, as the Madrid side achieved a remarkable result in Seville, which resulted in a change of manager. The 3-0 victory in Madrid marked the end of Diego Alonso’s stint in Andalusia and Getafe’s third successive win. Getafe produced a very strong attacking display on the Sánchez Pizjuán pitch, with 7 goals from 14 attempts, and the goals coming from strikers Mata, Greenwood and Borja Mayoral.

Pepe Bordalas’ men have now climbed up to 8th place, and perhaps they can hope to avoid being knocked out by Atlético Madrid this season, even if no one has been successful at the Wanda Metropolitano so far.

The Colchoneros have a record of 8-0-0 at home, which is why it may come as a surprise that they are 10 points behind leaders Girona. Of course, the away streak explains everything, with Diego Simeone’s men having lost in Bilbao at the weekend, Barcelona and the Canaries before that.

As for Tuesday’s expected starting line-up, there is nothing exciting to report, as the only notable absentee for the home side is still Lemar, so it is possible that the same starters will start on Tuesday night as at the weekend. The only change for Getafe could be the start of Carmona, he is now able to do full training work.

It’s a tricky situation from a betting point of view, because although the history between the two teams promises a clear outcome, and Atlético are unbeaten at Wanda so far, Getafe are not a team to be feared, although it’s true that they won their first league game in Seville this season.

We offer two picks for this Madrid clash, one for both teams to score and the other for the cards. BTS odds at 2.15 look like a good investment, Atlético have conceded a goal at home in all but one game this season, which is an exciting statistic to add to their 8 wins, and Getafe have also scored 12 times, which equates to an average of 1.3 goals per game, and the smaller capital side were also successful here last year and two years ago. Our second idea is a very safe one, which would win with 5 yellows. This pairing rarely brings friendly football, but rather character.

Despite a perfect record, we still don’t trust Atlético

The bookies have Barca going through, City

Despite a perfect record, we still don’t trust Atlético

All you need to know about Blogabet