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How Atletico Madrid could line up against Barcelona

:Headline: How Atletico Madrid could line up against Barcelona:
Ahead of the Supercopa de Espana semi-final between Barcelona and Atletico Madrid, Sports Mole looks at how Diego Simeone's side could line up in Jeddah.

Atletico Madrid take on Barcelona in the semi-finals of the Supercopa de Espana looking to extend their winning streak in all competitions to five matches.

After defeating Lokomotiv Moscow in the Champions League, Atletico have recorded victories over Osasuna, Real Betis and Levante in La Liga.

However, Diego Simeone's team have failed to defeat Barcelona in their last nine attempts, the latest of which came at the start of December.

Here, Sports Mole predicts how Los Rojiblancos could line up for the showdown in Saudi Arabia.



Out: Diego Costa (herniated disc)
Doubtful: Thomas Lemar (muscular), Stefan Savic (muscular), Sime Vrsaljko (knee)

Given their recent success, Simeone must decide whether to make any enforced alterations to his starting lineup.

Koke appears to be the most likely to be recalled to the team after injury, potentially in place of Hector Herrera.

Stefan Savic and Sime Vrsaljko are also in contention after spells on the sidelines, although it would come as a surprise if either defender featured from the opening whistle.

Mario Hermoso may be the next port of call should Simeone switch up his backline, while youngster Sergio Camello is pushing for an appearance in the final third.

With Alvaro Morata having scored twice in his last three matches, Joao Felix would most likely make way if the teenager were handed an opportunity to impress.

> Click here to see how Barca could line up for this fixture

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La Liga Table
TeamPWDLFAGDPTS
1Real Madrid36258366224483
2Barcelona36247580364479
3Atletico MadridAtletico361715448262266
4Sevilla361812653341966
5Villarreal361761358471157
6Getafe361412104334954
7Real Sociedad36166145547854
8Athletic Bilbao361312114132951
9Valencia361311124552-750
10Granada36148144644250
11Osasuna361212124251-948
12Levante36127174351-843
13Real Betis361011154756-941
14Real Valladolid36815132940-1139
15EibarEibar36109173651-1539
16Celta Vigo36715143546-1136
17AlavesAlaves3699183253-2136
18Leganes36711182649-2332
19Mallorca3695223761-2432
20Espanyol3659222757-3024
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La Liga Table
TeamPWDLFAGDPTS
1Real Madrid36258366224483
2Barcelona36247580364479
3Atletico MadridAtletico361715448262266
4Sevilla361812653341966
5Villarreal361761358471157
6Getafe361412104334954
7Real Sociedad36166145547854
8Athletic Bilbao361312114132951
9Valencia361311124552-750
10Granada36148144644250
11Osasuna361212124251-948
12Levante36127174351-843
13Real Betis361011154756-941
14Real Valladolid36815132940-1139
15EibarEibar36109173651-1539
16Celta Vigo36715143546-1136
17AlavesAlaves3699183253-2136
18Leganes36711182649-2332
19Mallorca3695223761-2432
20Espanyol3659222757-3024
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