Atletico drew 0-0 against Roma in their Champions League opener. REUTERS/Alberto Lingria
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Atletico Madrid begin a fresh era Saturday when their new 310 million euro ($370 million) home opens with the visit of Malaga to the Wanda Metropolitano. Diego Simeone's side have been forced to play their first four games of the season away as the finishing touches were made to the 68,000-capacity venue, nearly 20 kilometers northeast from their old Vicente Calderon stadium.Like Atletico, Real Madrid have taken just five points from their first three games, but in very different circumstances after disappointing home draws against Valencia and Levante.Coach Zinedine Zidane also has a lack of strikers to choose from for the trip to Real Sociedad – who top the table alongside Barcelona – Sunday.
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