How to watch La Liga match between Atletico Madrid and Cadiz, as well as kick-off time and team news.
Atletico Madrid will be looking to make it three La Liga wins on the spin when relegation-battlers Cadiz visits the Civitas Metropolitano in Sunday night action.
The Rojiblancos have bounced back well since their 3-0 defeat at Valencia last month, and have followed up an inspiring 3-1 win over Real Madrid in the Madrid Derby with a gritty and hard-fought 2-0 victory against Osasuna on Thursday.
As a result, Diego Simeone’s side currently sit fifth in the table, boasting 13 points from their opening six matches. Ninth-place Cadiz, meanwhile, have struggled for wins since recording an impressive 3-1 win over Villarreal to kick off September.
Goals have dried up for the Andalusian outfit lately, with just one goal in the past three games. Still, Sergio’s troops have held out for draws against Real Betis and Rayo Vallecano in their past two league games.
Here, GOAL brings you everything you need to know about how to watch, including TV channel, streaming details and more.
Atletico Madrid vs Cadiz kick-off time & stadium
The Spanish Primera Division match between Atletico Madrid and Cadiz will be played at Estadio Civitas Metropolitano in Madrid, Spain.
It will kick off at 8 pm BST on October 1, 2023 in the United Kingdom (UK).
How to watch Atletico Madrid vs Cadiz online – TV channels & live streams
The game will be shown live on Viaplay Sports 2 and LaLigaTV in the United States. Fans who are unable to watch the game can follow the live updates on GOAL.
Team news & squads
Atletico Madrid team news
Atletico’s midweek win against Osasuna was made all the more impressive given the fact they were missing as many as eight first-team players. Although Alvaro Morata will be out for this one after picking up two yellows on Thursday, head coach Diego Simeone can now call upon the services of Rodrigo de Paul and Ángel Correa as both players appear to have recovered from recent injuries.
Correa, who was initially expected to miss multiple games with a ligament sprain in his right knee, is now in line to start alongside talisman Antoine Griezmann upfront following a quick recovery. Rodrigo Riquelme could get the nod in midfield, having scored from the bench midweek.
Atletico Madrid possible XI: Oblak; Molina, Witsel, Gimenez, Hermoso, Lino; Saul, Riquelme, Koke; Correa, Griezmann
Cadiz team news
Cadiz are still unable to call upon the services of midfielder Fede San Emeterio and winger Brian Ocampo due to knee injuries, while Juan Cala and Victor Chust have been ruled out due to fitness problems.
Head coach Sergio may ring a couple of changes to the side that took to the field from the start against Rayo Vallecano, with Luis Hernandez set to make way for the returning Jorge Mere, while Robert Navarro could come back into the side for Darwin Machis after being rotated in midweek.
Cadiz possible XI: Ledesma; Carcelen, Mere, Fali, J Hernandez; Alejo, Escalante, Alcaraz, R. Navarro; Roger, Ramos