Stadium: de Kuip (Rotterdam)
Referee: Anthony Taylor
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Feyenoord has uneven success in the current Champions League but remains in the fight for the playoffs. However, after the draw, Lazio and Atletico seemed to be the clear favorites in the group. A huge help to the Red and Whites is the factor of the home field, where they play traditionally successfully. Now they have beaten Celtic 2:0 and Lazio 3:1 but lost to Atletico and Lazio 2:3 and 0:1, respectively. That's good enough for the current third place in Group E. They also play very solidly in the Dutch championship, but in the standings, they remain on the second line, as the leading PSV scored 39 out of 39 possible points.
Atletico is currently the leader of the standings in Group E, and the results Madrid demonstrates are very similar to those Feyenoord gave. At home, they have also not lost a single point so far, beating Rotterdam 3:2. In contrast, they beat Celtic 6:0. At the same time, in the away games Diego Simeone's wards drew with Lazio - 1:1, and with Celtic - 2:2. In the Spanish championship, the Red and White are also doing very well, they won in eight of the last nine rounds, climbing to third place in the standings, and in terms of lost points they are behind the leader only a point.
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Atletico goes to the Netherlands, occupying the first place in the standings of Group E, but risks leaving the country having lost the leadership in the quartet. It's all about Feyenoord showing an incredibly productive game in their home walls, having won in all tournaments in the last seven matches in a row. In the current Champions League, the team has already beaten both Celtic 2:0 and Lazio 3:1 at De Kuip, and now they are determined to beat the guests, who have been playing poorly on the road lately.
Feyenoord is two points behind Atletico in Group E. Therefore, the guests in the upcoming confrontation will be satisfied only with a winning outcome. Still, this development of events could be a disaster for Madrid, which can immediately fall back to third place at the end of the fifth round of the Champions League group stage. This means a goal-oriented confrontation where neither team will be satisfied with no scoreline. In addition, in the four previous matches in the Champions League, the Dutch scored and conceded 17 goals (4.25 goals per game on average), while the Spanish scored 12 goals (3.00 goals per game on average).