Live football streaming: Watch Real Mallorca v Atletico Madrid in La Liga
- Updated: January 2, 2013
Atletico Madrid travel to Mallorca (Sunday 2000 GMT) looking to keep the pressure on runaway leaders Barcelona.
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Real Mallorca will be looking to recapture their early season form this weekend as they attempt to climb up the table. After taking eleven points from their opening five games on offer, in the 3 months following they managed just one victory.
Mallorca may take some confidence from their last result before the break, a 2-1 win away at a strong Real Betis side. However on Sunday they come up against 2nd place Atletico Madrid, a team who have only been beaten on three occasions this season.
Atletico Madrid can’t afford to drop any more points if they stand a chance of catching Barcelona. Atletico bounced back with a 1-0 win over Celta following their 4-1 defeat by the Catalan giants.
Atletico will be looking to their main man Radamel Falcao to get the goals. Already netting 17 goals this season, 5 of them against Deportivo, Los Rojiblancos will need their Colombian magician to continue banging them in to keep the pressure on.
Mallorca suffered a torrid final three months of 2012. Coach Joaquin Caparros will need top scorer Tomer Hemed to ease the pressure on him.
Key centre-back Miranda will be missing for Atletico and Mallorca striker Victor will hope to take advantage of any defensive frailties.
We’ve got to back an Atletico win although it’s not going to be easy for Diego Simeone’s men.