German Bundesliga side Borrusia Dortmund travel to the ‘Wanda Metropolitano’ Spain to face group rivals Atletico Madrid.
Both teams square up against each other in the UEFA Champions’ League group stage match day 4 of 6.
Group A teams comprise of group leaders Borussia Dortmund [Germany], Atletico Madrid [Spain], Monaco of France, and Club Brugge [Belgium].
Dortmund top the group with 9 points from three matches played so far in the group stage.
Their last UEFA group game was against Diego Simeone’s Atletico Madrid at the Westfalenstadion officially called the ‘Signal Iduna Park’.
Westfalenstadion is the largest stadium in Germany and the seventh largest in the world.
Borrusia Dortmund defeated Atletico Madrid in the first group meeting between both side by 4-0.
Atletico Madrid have not been impressive in all competitions as they have failed to be a strong contender for the La Liga title.
While Atletico Madrid have won just three games in their last 6 matches across Europe, Dortmund have won 5, drawing just one game against Hertha Berlin.
Dortmund saw off Wolfsburg 1-0 over the weekend as the CL rival [Atl.Madrid] could only get a point in a 1-1 draw with Leganes.
Borrusia Dortmund have been impressive so far this season and will put up a good showing in Spain tonight against Madrid.
Simeone’s men will have to get back to winning ways as a loss tonight and a win for third placed Monaco will narrow the gap to just 2 points.
The other Group A fixture will see Thierry Henry’s Monaco tackle bottom placed Club Brugge.
Both teams occupy the third and fourth spots on the log with just a point with Monaco have a [-4] goal deficit as against Brugge’s [-3].