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Cagey affair in Madrid expected
Don't expect goals when Atletico Madrid take on Leicester City on Wednesday in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final.
The tie itself does not have the glamour of Bayern Munich versus Real Madrid, or Juventus against Barcelona and even Atletico’s star man Antoine Griezmann is not expecting fire works at the Vicente Calderon Stadium in Madrid.

With that in mind backing less than 2.5 goals in the game could well be the way to go at n/a

Griezmann said: "I think we have the most difficult game (in the Champions League).

"The Real Madrid (v Bayern Munich)) and Barcelona (v Juventus) games will be nice ones to watch, the Monaco (v Borussia Dortmund) game too.

"All the games will be tough, but ours will not be a nice match to watch on the television.

"It will be tough with both sides putting in a lot of work. I just hope we get to that game in good shape."

The defending Premier League champions have excelled in the Champions League this season, impressing in the group stages before knocking out Sevilla in the last-16, although their form on their travels has been poor with just one Premier League away win under their belts all season.

Atletico have once again performed well this year, seeing off the challenge of Bayer Leverkusen in the last-16 after winning 4-2 on aggregate and they conceded only one home goal in the group stage, a group which included Bayern Munich and PSV Eindhoven.

They come into the game after a massive Madrid derby last Saturday where they put a dent in their more illustrious neighbours Real Madrid's La Liga hopes by holding them to a draw and boss Diego Simeone will have his defence well organised for a match they are n/a to win.

Claudio Ranieri's sacking, and Craig Shakespeare's appointment as new Leicester boss, has reinvigorated the Foxes domestically following a shaky start to the season and they are n/a to pick up the win in Spain.

Up until the defeat at Everton on Sunday, where they made five changes with Wednesday's match in mind, Leicester had won their last six games in all competitions, scoring 15 goals and conceding just four during their winning run.

Leicester go into the game having only found the back of the net once in their previous three Champions League away trips and with Atletico's strong defence in home matches, coupled with the fact it is the first leg of two, it all points to a lack of goals.

Recommended bet: Less than 2.5 goals n/a
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