Atletico Madrid vs K-League XI Prediction, Odds & Betting Tips 27/07/2023

* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.

Atletico Madrid vs K-League XI Top Predictions and Best Odds

This will be an exhibition match between one of the best teams in La Liga and the selected squad of the South Korean top division.

Over 4.5 Goals

  • Atletico had one game that went over the mark in the last five outings
  • K-League All-Stars had three matches that covered the bet in the same number of games
  • This is the first time these teams are meeting

Over 1.5 First-Half Goals

  • K-League All Stars have played three matches in the past, each one covered this type of a bet
  • Atletico Madrid had a couple of games from the past four that had more than a goal in the first half
  • The Spanish side failed to score once in the last five outings

Relevant Statistics about Atletico Madrid vs K-League XI prediction

Atletico Madrid's last five matches: LWDWD

K-League's last three matches: LDL

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Atletico Madrid vs K-League XI Lineups, Match Information, and Team News

Atletico Madrid

The Madrid team has been earning a lot more money from selling players this summer than vice-versa. Matheus Cunha made his transfer to Wolverhampton official while Renan Lodi and Geoffrey Kondogbia joined Marseille. Atletico's top brass made sure the team is ready on the defensive end by acquiring players needed to reinforce the last line of defense. Caglar Soyuncu arrived from Leicester City, Javi Galan was brought in from Celta Vigo, Cesar Azpilicueta joined the club on a free transfer from Chelsea while Santiago Mourino came along after being sold by Racing Club. A long-time manager Diego Simeone will be looking to add more players before the season starts next month. Jose Maria Gimenez, Reinildo Mandava, Marcos Llorente, Vitolo, and Memphis Depay are doubtful for the game.

Predicted lineup: Oblak, Soyuncu, Savic, Galan, Azpilicueta, Witsel, Koke, Lemar, Carrasco, Griezmann, Morata.

K-League XI

The K-League all-stars will play their fourth friendly match since 2010. Those games usually happen against the best teams from Europe. Barcelona was the first side to meet the K-League stars, the match was played thirteen years ago and the Catalan giants won with a 5-2 score. It took nine years for the second match to be played, it was against Juventus and the result was a surprising draw at 3-3. The final game was played last year when Tottenham visited the K-League and won by a 6-3 scoreline.

Predicted lineup: Jo, Kim, Lee, Jeong, Park, Palocevic, Park, Kim, Lee, Kwon, Cho.

Player to Watch: Alvaro Morata

The fascinating career of Alvaro Morata keeps going with the striker preparing for another season at Atletico Madrid. There was almost 200 million pounds spent on Morata's transfer fees over the years and there aren't many players in the world who have played for several top clubs like the 30-year-old Spanish international.

Morata has played for Real Madrid, Juventus, Chelsea, and Atletico Madrid during his successful career and he has scored 195 goals in 541 matches. He has been a regular member of Spain's national team over the last decade scoring 30 goals in 64 matches played.

Starting lineups

Starting lineups are usually released 60 minutes before kick-off.

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