It is the red and white side of Madrid that has dominated in recent seasons.
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However, both sides have been troubled by severe injury problems with Atletico's top scorer Antoine Griezmann and Real captain Sergio Ramos facing a race against time to be fit.Real lifted their 11th European Cup on penalties in the last meeting between the teams in May and Atletico are the more desperate side for more reasons than just revenge as Diego Simeone's men lie six points off the leaders at the top of the table.Atletico are due to move to their new La Peineta stadium next season after 50 years at the Calderon.Atletico haven't lost a league derby in the past three seasons, including Zidane's only La Liga defeat as Real boss in a 1-0 win at the Santiago Bernabeu back in February.
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