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Atletico Madrid will entertain Feyenoord at the Estadio Metropolitano in the group stage of the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday. Atletico Madrid vs Feyenoord Rotterdam Live Stream: How to Watch Champions League Game Online From anywhere


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When: Wednesday, October 4, 2023 at 12:45 p.m. ET

Where: Estadio Civitas Metropolitano

TV: CBS Sports Golazo Network

Online Streaming: Paramount+


The hosts were held to a 1-1 draw by Lazio in their campaign opener last month, with goalkeeper Ivan Provedel equalizing for the Italian side with a sublime header in the 95th minute of the game.


Madrid have won three games on the trot since that draw and head into the match in fine form. In their previous outing, Ángel Correa's brace and an early second-half goal from Nahuel Molina helped them record an impressive 3-2 comeback win over Cadiz at home in La Liga.


The visitors recorded a comfortable 2-0 home win over Celtic in their campaign opener, thanks to goals from Calvin Stengs and Alireza Jahanbakhsh. They have continued their winning run in their two Eredivisie games since, including a 3-1 home win over Go Ahead Eagles on Saturday.


Stengs was on the scoresheet again while the on-loan winger Yankuba Minteh and Santiago Giménez added two more goals.


Los Colchoneros have recorded three wins in a row, scoring eight times while conceding three goals in that period. They have scored nine goals while conceding four times in three home games, which they have won.


Interestingly, they have just one win in their last 11 home games in the Champions League. They are unbeaten in their last five games in that period, playing out four draws.


Diego Simeone welcomed back Rodrigo De Paul and Angel Correa from injury but Stefan Savic missed out after initially being cleared to play following an injury spell. Thomas Lemar is a long-term absentee while there Çağlar Söyüncü and Memphis Depay are also expected to sit this one out.


De club aan de Maas will travel to Madrid in great form, having won six games in a row. They have scored 26 goals while conceding just four times in that period. They remain without the services of in-form striker Santiago Gimenez, who will serve the second and final match suspension from a red card picked up last season.


His absence is certain to impact their performance in this match. Nonetheless, considering their current form, they are expected to enjoy another prolific outing.


Atletico Madrid will face off against Feyenoord in the Champions League Group Stage at 12:45 p.m. ET on October 4th at Estadio Civitas Metropolitano. Atletico Madrid's last four Champions League contests have been decided by no more than a goal, so don't be surprised if it's a close one.


Back in September, neither Atletico Madrid nor Lazio could gain the upper hand so the two teams had to settle for a 1-1 draw. Atletico Madrid's goal came from Pablo Barrios at minute 29, while Lazio's was scored by Ivan Provedel in the 90th.


Meanwhile, Feyenoord never let their opponents score back in September. They came out on top against Celtic by a score of 2-0. Feyenoord's two goals came from Calvin Stengs at minute 45 and Alireza Jahanbakhsh at minute 76.


Atletico Madrid's record is now 0-1-0. Feyenoord's victory back in September bumped their record up to 1-0-0.


The tournament's just begun, and both these teams will be looking for a win. Check CBS Sports after the action for a full breakdown of the game and more Champions League content.


Leading Lazio last month, thanks to a Pablo Barrios goal in the first half, Diego Simeone's side were pegged back by an extraordinary intervention from the hosts' goalkeeper Ivan Provedel, who rose like a salmon and headed past opposite number Jan Oblak to snatch a point for the Biancocelesti.


Atletico have now won just two of their last 11 Champions League group matches, but the response to such a setback has been admirable: five days later, they bounced back by beating arch-rivals Real Madrid 3-1 in La Liga, and subsequent defeats of Osasuna and Cadiz have since lifted them up to fourth in their domestic standings.


Well aware that few more slip-ups can be tolerated in a competitive section, Simeone presided over a rare group-stage elimination last year and is under pressure to avoid dropping down into the Europa League this season, or worse - finishing fourth again.


Having been thwarted at the last by his former club, the Argentine coach cannot contemplate losing at home to Eredivisie opposition this week, as Atletico approach their first competitive meeting with Feyenoord.


Aiming to end the club's longest winless streak in the Champions League since 2009, Simeone will expect his team to show the spirit they summoned up on Sunday, when Angel Correa struck twice as Atleti rallied from two goals down to defeat Cadiz.


By comparison with their hosts at Madrid's Metropolitano, the pressure is off Feyenoord heading into their second Group E fixture, after Calvin Stengs and Alireza Jahanbakhsh both scored on their Champions League debut in a 2-0 win over Celtic last month.


As a result, the Dutch champions have won their last two games in Europe's top club competition - as many as in their previous 20 - but picking up more than a point away to Atletico Madrid would surely be seen as something of a bonus.


After six years away, Feyenoord are back on the biggest stage and determined to build on two good runs in UEFA's second and third tier tournaments, and early-season results suggest they can contend for a place in the knockout stages.


Including their win over nine-man Celtic at De Kuip, Arne Slot's side have scored 26 goals in their last six games and are unbeaten in eight; most recently seeing off Go Ahead Eagles with a 3-1 Eredivisie win on Saturday.


Star striker Santiago Gimenez was on target again at the weekend, following his hat-trick in the controversial Der Klassieker defeat of Ajax, but will be sidelined in Spain due to suspension.


By upsetting Atleti in his absence, Feyenoord can post consecutive wins to start a Champions League campaign for the first time, but they must overcome a dire away record in the competition to do so: they have lost seven of their last eight Champions League fixtures outside of De Kuip, including the last five in a row.

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