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The championship in Spain is back! After the Corona break, La Liga is going head to head. Games take place almost every day, which is why the league table changes frequently. However, FC Barcelona are still at the top. On Tuesday, June 30th, Atlético Madrid is probably the last real chunk to come to Camp Nou.

On the way to the 27th Spanish championship, the Catalans must overcome the La Liga powerhorse Atlético Madrid on the sixth last matchday. After that – with due respect – only smaller, medium-sized opponents will follow in the 2019/20 season. If Barça wins this prestigious duel, the defense of the title can hardly be removed.

Barcelona – Atlético record: Rojiblancos without win at Camp Nou for 14 years

In 2006 Atléti last kidnapped three points away from FC Barcelona. Lionel Messi was already on the pitch at the time, but was substituted for Ludovic Giuly at halftime. In the overall balance, Barcelona is also ahead, winning 77 of the 172 games. The capitals went 53 times as winners, 42 times they drew. Barça won the first leg 1-0, scorer shortly before the end: Lionel Messi. The last meeting took place at the beginning of January in the Super Copa – Atlético won 3-2 thanks to a strong final sprint.

The current form curve

While Barcelona returned with three wins (4-0 in Mallorca, 2-0 against Leganés and 1-0 against Bilbao) and a goalless draw against Valencia from the Corona break and ranked tied behind Real Madrid (despite the better goal difference compared to Real, in La Liga the direct comparison counts), Atlético is now revving up. The team of coach Diego Simeone often played only a draw this season (13 times – club record in one season), but recently with “zero wins” at Osasuna, against Valladolid and at Levante again qualified for the next Champions League Season fully in view again and is currently third. Simeone and his team achieved real respect in March when Atlético threw defending champions from the premier class.

Injury update: Barcelona without Dembélé

Barcelona coach Quieque Setién can draw on almost anything. Only the offensive jewel Ousmane Dembélé will be out due to thigh problems until at least the beginning of August. Atlético Madrid have to play without right-back Dime Vrsaljko (knee injury), center-back Felipe (stomach problem) and Vitolo (bruise).

Barça – Atlético: Live on DAZN

Streaming provider DAZN has secured long-term broadcasting rights to the Spanish La Liga and shows you the game FC Barcelona – Atlético Madrid live in Germany and Austria. You can easily see the live stream via the DAZN app, i.e. via mobile phone, tablet, on smart TV or other devices. You can also follow DAZN in the browser: www.dazn.com. Jan Platte is the game’s commentator. The match will be at Camp Nou on June 30 (kick-off 10 p.m. CEST).

FC Barcelona – Atlético Madrid: bets and odds

Tipster offers you 1.90 odd for a victory for the Catalans. For a Barca game at Camp Nou a sizeable odd! Our bookies give the rojiblancos a 4.60 odd. If you bet on a draw, you will get back 3.70 times your stake if it’s successful. A look at the over-goal betting is also worthwhile. Over 2.5 goals in the game: odd 1.95!