La Liga Barcelona vs. Atletico Madrid odds, picks, predictions: Best bets for Sunday’s match from proven soccer expert
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Sports betting expert Jon Eimer, who is an astounding 93-71-4 on soccer picks since the end of the World Cup, has locked in his selections for the La Liga match between Barcelona and Atletico Madrid on Sunday
ByJon Eimer@BucketJonBetsPublished: Apr 23, 2023 11:05AM UTC . 3 min read
Barcelona can move one step closer to the La Liga title when they host red-hot Atletico Madrid on Sunday at Camp Nou in Barcelona. With nine matches remaining in the season, Barca sit atop the La Liga table with 73 points. They are 11 points ahead of second-place Real Madrid and 13 ahead of third-place Atletico Madrid.
Kickoff is 10:15 a.m. ET. Caesars Sportsbook lists Barcelona as the -106 favorites (risk $106 to win $100) in the latest Barcelona vs. Atletico Madrid odds, with Atletico Madrid the +320 underdog. A draw is priced at +225. The over/under for total goals scored is 2.5. (For more soccer coverage, click here.)
Before you lock in your Atletico Madrid vs. Barcelona picks or La Liga predictions, you must see what soccer bettor Jon (Buckets) Eimer has to say.
Eimer is a high-volume bettor who has vast knowledge of leagues and players across the globe. Since joining SportsLine, he has covered the English Premier League, Serie A, the FA Cup and much more. Since the end of last year’s World Cup he has been red-hot, going 93-71-4 for a profit of $2,687 for $100 bettors.
Eimer knows that Barcelona have one of the best goal scorers in the world in Robert Lewandowski. In his first season with Barcelona, the 34-year-old striker leads La Liga with 17 goals, three more than his closest pursuer, Karim Benzema. He has 27 goals in 37 matches across all competitions.
But Eimer also has taken into account that Atletico Madrid enter Sunday’s match in raging form. In its last 11 matches, the club is undefeated with nine wins and two draws. Atletico Madrid have outscored opponents 20-5 over that stretch.
Now, Eimer has taken an in-depth look at the Barcelona vs. Atletico Madrid match and locked in his picks. He is picking Under on the total and has identified two other best bets for Atletico Madrid vs. Barcelona, including one that pays plus-money. He also has a full breakdown of this match. You ABSOLUTELY need to see his picks and analysis before making any selections of your own.
What are the best bets you can make for the Barcelona vs. Atletico Madrid match on Sunday? And what two other wagers does Eimer like? … Join SportsLine now to see Jon Eimer’s picks for Atletico Madrid vs. Barcelona, all from the expert who has been red-hot since the end of the World Cup!
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Atletico Madrid – Football Match Report – April 23, 2023
Moreno: LaLiga title race 100% over after Barcelona win (1:26)
Ale Moreno confidently claims the LaLiga title race is over after Barcelona’s 1-0 win vs. Atletico Madrid. (1:26)
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Ferran Torres struck late in the first half to give Barcelona a 1-0 home win over third-placed Atletico Madrid at the Camp Nou on Sunday as they tightened their grip on top spot and moved one step closer to a 27th LaLiga title.
With eight-games remaining, Barca moved to 76 points and extended their lead at the top of the standings to 11 points over rivals Real Madrid in second place. Atletico remain third on 60 points.
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Barca ended Atleti’s 13-game unbeaten league run thanks to a goal on the counter in the 44th minute and a fine performance by Marc Andre ter Stegen, who made spectacular reflex saves from point-blank strikes by Antoine Griezmann, one in each half.
“The team worked well, the fans supported us and we won, that’s what matters,” Torres told Movistar Plus. “This victory gives us a lot of confidence going forward. Atletico were on a good run and in good shape, so that makes this win even more important for us.”
Barcelona, who had struggled in their last three matches in all competitions without scoring, were dominated by Atletico early in the game.
The visitors, who were on a six-game winning streak, sent the first warning early as Griezmann took advantage of poor control by Sergio Busquets on the edge of the area and unleashed an angled shot that crashed against the crossbar.
However, Barca gradually became more aggressive and took control of the game, with striker Robert Lewandowski wasting two great chances midway through the first half.
Just as Barcelona looked in full control, Atletico almost scored on a counter-attack led by Yannick Carrasco who ran down the left and put in a low cross for Griezmann, whose close-range strike was brilliantly stopped by Ter Stegen.
Barca got the winner when Raphinha controlled a long ball down the right channel and crossed to the edge of the area where Torres calmly slotted past goalkeeper Jan Oblak.
It was an entertaining match after the break with both teams missing several chances, including another outstanding save by Ter Stegen from a Griezmann strike and a sitter missed by Lewandowski when he was one-on-one with Oblak.
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News of Spain, Catalunya. ru© Measures by which the authorities of Barcelona expects to facilitate the disappearance of 40% of the capital’s ATMs are not very popular. The recently announced proposal to install 161 cash withdrawal terminals was intended as a temporary measure.
It was assumed that some of them will be installed in areas where a large number of bank offices were closed, and will also help older people who have not been able to master digital banking.
However, terminal users are outraged by the fact that for withdrawing cash from new multi-brand ATMs, you have to pay a fee of 2.95 euros to 3.95 euros. It is noted that the maximum commission is charged for using Caixabank, BBVA, Santander and Sabadell cards.
It is worth noting that Santander was the only financial institution that responded to the call of the mayor’s office and installed terminals in several municipal buildings. Bank customers can use them free of charge. The rest will have to pay a commission of 2. 95 euros for cash withdrawal.
The same amount will be paid by Caixabank, Santander, BBVA and Sabadell customers at Cardtronics (Cashzone) ATMs located in the metro. In Euronet terminals, the commission will already be 3.95 euros.
Unlike large banks, customers of small financial institutions pay a lower interest rate, and in some cases receive their money for free. For example, ING clients in Cardtronics and Euronet terminals have zero commission.
The first four withdrawals will be free of charge for Mediolanum Bank cardholders. But only on condition that the withdrawn amount is 100 euros or more. For subsequent operations, the client will pay 95 cents at Euronet kiosks and 90 – in Cardtronics.
Please note that the terminal notifies you in advance about additional expenses before the commission is charged, so the operation can be canceled in time.
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Barcelona won the Spanish Championship for the 25th time :: Football :: RBC Sport
In the 35th round of the Spanish Football Championship, Barcelona won against Deportivo. This result brought the Catalans the Spanish title
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Barcelona were out of reach for Atletico after the match against Deportivo, in which they won with a score of 4:2 . The Catalans have scored 86 points and are eleven points ahead of Madrid, while Atlético Madrid have only three games left to play before the end of the championship.
Barcelona took a 2-0 lead before the break against Deportivo. In the seventh minute, Filipe Coutinho scored with a passing shot under the crossbar from outside the penalty area, and in the 38th minute, after a shot from Luis Suarez, the score was doubled by Lionel Messi.
Deportivo managed to level the score. Lucas Perez had one goal back before the break, and in the 64th minute Emre Colak scored the second goal against Marc-André ter Stegen.
Barcelona had a huge advantage in the second half, created many scoring chances, but scored the winning goal only in the 82nd minute. Messi and Suarez together beat the entire defense of the opponent – the Argentine gathered several players around him, made a pass to the Uruguayan, waited for a return pass and scored with his right foot from close range.
Deportivo rushed to win back, and Messi managed to score one more goal before the end of the match. Three minutes later, Suarez made a pass to the Argentine, who shot past the goalkeeper from close range.
In the final minutes of this match, Barcelona captain Andrés Iniesta entered the pitch for his last match with the Catalan side. The stadium welcomed Iniesta standing up – the author of the winning goal at the 2010 World Cup was applauded by both Barcelona fans and Deportivo fans.
In 34 league matches, Barcelona have not suffered a single defeat. Catalans win They remain the only team in the top five European leagues to remain undefeated in a domestic league.
Messi strengthened his lead in the goalscoring race – after the match against Deportivo, he scored 32 goals in 34 matches.