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Atlético Madrid vs Las Palmas prediction 2024-02-17

Atlético Madrid
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2024-02-17
Winner
Atlético Madrid
Las Palmas
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Probability of win
Atlético Madrid — 56.9%
Draw — 23%
Las Palmas — 20.1%
Our Prediction
Winner: Atlético Madrid;
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Atletico Madrid will be aiming to make amends for a 1-0 loss to Sevilla when they host Las Palmas to their Estadio Wanda Metropolitano on Matchday 25. Los Rojiblancos are eager to stay in the Champions League berth, but they will have to prove their worth on the field. Alvaro Morata limped off with injury in the last league match, with Memphis Depay likely to replace him in the starting XI. All Jose Gimenez, Cesar Azpilicueta, and Thomas Lemar are out of contention with injuries.

La Union Deportiva, on the other hand, did well to beat Valencia at home, but given their difficulties on the road, we predict that Diego Simeone’s troops are going to pick up all three points from the match. To make things even worse for the visiting team, goalkeeper Aaron Escandell misses out through suspension, while Benito Ramirez is sidelined with injury.

Prediction: 2-0 (Atletico Madrid)

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Both to score
Yes
51.82%
No
48.18%
Total
More 2.5
More 3.5
Less 2.5
Less 3.5
52.3%
30.1%
47.7%
69.9%
Individual total
More 0.5
More 1.5
Less 0.5
Less 1.5
Atlético Madrid
83.5%
53.8%
16.5%
46.2%
Las Palmas
62.1%
25.3%
37.9%
74.7%
Correct score
0:0
0:1
0:2
0:3
0:4
1:0
1:1
1:2
1:3
1:4
6.3%
6.1%
2.9%
1%
0.2%
11.3%
10.9%
5.3%
1.7%
0.4%
2:0
2:1
2:2
2:3
2:4
3:0
3:1
3:2
3:3
3:4
10.2%
9.8%
4.8%
1.5%
0.4%
6.1%
5.9%
2.9%
0.9%
0.2%
Atlético Madrid Las Palmas
Games 25 25
Wins 16 10
Losses 6 10
Draws 3 5
Goals 50 25
Goals per game 2 1
Conceded per game 1 1
Attacks 102.8 106
Corners per game 4.6 4
Yellow cards per game 2.2 2.3
Fouls per game 10.8 11.4
Latest matches
Score
2024-02-17
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Atlético Madrid
Las Palmas
5
0
2024-01-31
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Atlético Madrid
Rayo Vallecano
2
1
2024-01-28
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Atlético Madrid
Valencia
2
0
2024-02-17
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Atlético Madrid
Las Palmas
5
0
2024-02-03
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Granada
Las Palmas
1
1
2024-01-20
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Rayo Vallecano
Las Palmas
0
2
2023-12-20
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Athletic Club
Las Palmas
1
0
La Liga
Team Games Win. Draws Lost Goals Points
Real Madrid 25 19 5 1 53:16 62
FC Barcelona 26 17 6 3 56:34 57
Girona 25 17 5 3 54:32 56
Atlético Madrid 25 16 3 6 50:26 51
Athletic Club 25 14 7 4 45:23 49
Real Sociedad 26 10 10 6 35:26 40
Real Betis 25 9 12 4 28:25 39
Valencia 25 10 6 9 29:29 36
Las Palmas 25 10 5 10 25:25 35
Getafe 26 8 10 8 33:38 34
Osasuna 25 9 5 11 29:36 32
Villarreal 26 7 8 11 38:48 29
Deportivo Alavés 26 7 8 11 25:32 29
Rayo Vallecano 25 5 10 10 22:33 25
Sevilla 25 5 9 11 30:37 24
Mallorca 26 4 12 10 23:34 24
Celta de Vigo 25 4 8 13 27:37 20
Cádiz 25 2 11 12 15:35 17
Granada 25 2 8 15 27:49 14
Almería 25 0 8 17 23:52 8
Top scorers
Atlético Madrid
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Á. Morata Martín (13)
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A. Griezmann (11)
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Á. Correa (6)
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M. Llorente Moreno (6)
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M. Depay (5)
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S. Dias Lino (3)
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N. Molina Lucero (2)
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R. Riquelme Reche (2)
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A. Witsel (1)
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R. Mandava (1)
Las Palmas
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K. Rodríguez Concepción (5)
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M. Cardona Rovira (3)
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J. Viera Ramos (2)
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A. Moleiro González (2)
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M. El Haddadi Mohamed (2)
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F. Crespo García (2)
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J. Muñoz Jiménez (2)
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B. Ramírez del Toro (1)
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S. Coco-Bassey Oubiña (1)
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S. Kaba (1)
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J. Araujo (1)
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C. Herrera Pérez (1)
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J. Suárez Suárez (1)
Top assists
Atlético Madrid
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A. Griezmann
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S. Ñíguez
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R. de Paul
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R. Riquelme Reche
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J. Resurrección Merodio
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M. Llorente Moreno
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S. Dias Lino
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Á. Correa
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N. Molina Lucero
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C. Azpilicueta Tanco
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Á. Morata Martín
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Pablo Barrios Rivas
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M. Hermoso Canseco
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M. Depay
Las Palmas
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A. Moleiro González
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S. Ramírez Castillo
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J. Muñoz Jiménez
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M. Olawale Akinlabi Park
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S. Cardona Bermúdez
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M. El Haddadi Mohamed
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S. Kaba
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J. Viera Ramos
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K. Rodríguez Concepción
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M. Cardona Rovira
La Liga Atlético Madrid Las Palmas
Number of matches 380 25 25
Average win rate (%) 34.6 64 40
Goals per match 2.6 2 1
Yellow per match 5.1 2.2 2.3
Corners per match 9.5 4.6 4
Home goals per match 1.5 2.5 1.3
Away goals per match 1.2 1.5 0.7
Player rating 6.8 7 6.7

Exploring the History of Atlético Madrid and Las Palmas

As with any great story, the history of Atlético Madrid and Las Palmas is not without its high highs and low lows. Throughout the years, both teams have showcased resilience, unwavering spirit, and an unfaltering commitment to the sport, cementing their status in soccer history.

A Journey Through Atlético Madrid's History

Atlético Madrid, known affectionately by fans as "Los Rojiblancos" or "The Red and Whites", began its journey in 1903. It was initially conceived as an affiliate branch for Athletic Bilbao by three Basque students living in Madrid.

Over time, the club gained its own unique identity, developing its distinct management and team independently. With consistent efforts, Atlético Madrid bagged their first Copa del Rey in 1921 only to continue amassing numerous victories at national and international levels. The advent of the 1970s saw them reaching the pinnacle of their success as they clinched their first LaLiga title in 70 years, followed by another one in 1973.

Atlético Madrid's fan base and reputation continued to grow over time, with marquee players like Fernando Torres, Diego Forlan, Radamel Falcao, and Antoine Griezmann bolstering their ranks and helping them secure crucial titles.

The Rise and Evolution of Las Palmas

Popularly known as the 'Yellows' or ‘Los Amarillos’, Las Palmas was founded in 1949. Although it had to face a series of ups and downs, the Canary-based team has managed to establish itself as one of the revered clubs in Spanish football history.

The 1960s and 70s are often referred to as the golden era for Las Palmas. The club was among the top-tier teams in La Liga and even came close to winning the title in 1968-69, finishing as runners-up. Throughout the years, Las Palmas has seen periods of fluctuating fortunes, alternating between La Liga and Segunda Division.

Notwithstanding the modest size of the club, many talented players like Tonono, Germán Dévora, and Juan Carlos Valeron have honed their skills at Las Palmas, leaving an indelible mark on the pitch.

Atlético Madrid and Las Palmas: Beyond Just Rivalries

While Atlético Madrid and Las Palmas might not be traditional rivals, their on-field encounters have often proved to be thrilling affairs, pitting Atlético's grit and resourcefulness against Las Palmas's resilience and creativity. Matches between these two teams bring out the best in Spanish football, creating an electrifying atmosphere that is a sight to behold for any football fan.

Matches between these two teams have frequently been marked by memorable moments and nail-biting finishes, true to the spirit of the beautiful game. One of the biggest meetings of the teams in recent memory is the 5-1 win by Atlético Madrid in the 2016-2017 La Liga season, which is still remembered by fans for its intense and dramatic moments.

Final Thoughts

Atlético Madrid and Las Palmas, both with rich histories and diverse experiences, continue to enthrall soccer enthusiasts across the globe. Through the test of time, both teams have shown resilience, passion, and an unwavering commitment to the sport that certainly underlines their widespread respect and admiration.

Though their journeys have been marked by different levels of success and setbacks, the dedication and perennial strive for excellence displayed by Atlético Madrid and Las Palmas are a true testament to the beauty and unpredictability of soccer, making them an integral part of this fascinating sport's historical tapestry.