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PSV v Atlético: line-ups, where to watch, form guide

PSV Eindhoven get their Group D campaign under way against Atlético Madrid in a repeat of a round of 16 tie from last season, Diego Simeone saying it will be a "different" affair this time.

PSV v Atlético: line-ups, where to watch, form guide
PSV v Atlético: line-ups, where to watch, form guide ©PSV media
  • Phillip Cocu sure PSV "won't get 15 chances" against their matchday one guests
  • PSV unbeaten in six games this season; Atlético picked up first win on Saturday
  • Atlético ousted PSV on penalties in last season's round of 16 en route to final
  • Don't forget to pick your Fantasy Football team before the deadline
  • Elsewhere in Group D: Bayern München v Rostov

Possible line-ups
PSV: Zoet, Wilems, Moreno, Isimat-Mirin, Arias, Guardado, Hendrix, Propper, Perreiro, Luuk de Jong, Narsingh.
Locadia (groin)
Doubtful: Siem de Jong (not match fit), Zinchenko (not match fit)

Atlético: Oblak; Juanfran, Godín, Giménez, Filipe Luis; Saúl, Gabi, Koke, Carrasco; Griezmann, Gameiro.
Out: Cerci (knee), Moyá (knee), Vrsaljko (knee)
Doubtful: None

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Where to watch
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Phillip Cocu, PSV coach
Atlético are a strong team who play good football. We won't get 15 chances. We also have to be organised to prevent them settling into their game. We need to have a top day and play with passion and guts – everything. Then we can get a good result. You have to be realistic, but our aim is that to still be in the Champions League after the group stage.

Diego Simeone, Atlético coach
Almost everyone is fit and sharp, including the players on the bench. We have a plan that we can adapt if necessary during the game. We are ready for a busy period of matches and we will do everything we can tomorrow. This game is a bit different [to our round of 16 tie last season] because then we played home and away.

Ángel Correa scored Atleti's opener at the weekend
Ángel Correa scored Atleti's opener at the weekend©AFP/Getty Images

Weekend results
NEC 0-4 PSV (Ramselaar 4, Pereiro 10, Brenet 20, De Jong 24)
Ramon-Pascal Lundqvist was given his debut as PSV – unbeaten on their Eredivisie travels since 19 September 2015 – registered their 11th away league win in succession.

Celta 0-4 Atlético (Koke 53, Griezmann 73 81, Correa 89)
Atleti seemed to be heading for a third successive Liga draw before Koke finished off an Antoine Griezmann cross, the France striker then twice heading in.

Form guide (all competitions, most recent first)*
Atlético: WDD

*This season only

Philip Cocu oversees PSV training on Monday
Philip Cocu oversees PSV training on Monday©AFP/Getty Images

Reporter's view: Chris Driessen
Phillip Cocu is hoping to spring a "surprise" against a team that ended PSV's UEFA Champions League hopes on penalties in the round of 16 last season. Cocu, like his opposite number, has a near full squad to choose from and is likely to restore Santiago Arias and Andrés Guardado to the team after they were rested at the weekend.

Did you know?
Coaches Cocu and Simeone came up against one another when the Netherlands met Argentina in the 1998 FIFA World Cup quarter-finals. Read more in our extensive match background.