TONIGHT'S Madrid derby marks the end of an era with the Vicente Calderon stadium hosting the fixture for the final time.
Atletico, who will move to their new home next season, went 14 years in a row from 1999 without beating their city rivals but current boss Diego Simeone has banished that hoodoo and they're undefeated in the last six league meetings, winning four.
Real top the La Liga table and remain unbeaten but haven't been totally convincing and are far from watertight, keeping just one clean sheet in their last 11 outings in all competitions.
They are missing key midfield anchors Casemiro and Toni Kroos for this derby which will be even more pressure on the defence. Atletico's recent form is pretty patchy but they'll be desperate to mark the emotional occasion in style and are worth considering in the draw no bet market at 5-6 with Marathonbet.
I'm adding PSV, who have some ground to make up in the Dutch title race, at second-bottom Willem who have just one win in their last nine Eredivisie games. A PSV win pays 1-2 at Unibet.
Completing the treble are Belgian side Genk to score two or more (5-11, Unibet) at home to Eupen who've conceded at last two in seven of their last eight.
For a goals line, Udinese are on a run of five consecutive Serie A games where both teams have scored and for visitors Napoli it's four of five. Btts here pays 4-5 at 10bet.
Spanish outfit Eibar have yet to draw a blank at home and welcome Celta Vigo who've rattled nine goals in three games, with btts priced up at 10-13 by Unibet.
Finally, the battle at the bottom of Austria's top flight points to goals with St Polten hosting Mattersburg where both to net is 13-16 at 188bet.
Atletico Madrid draw no bet (7.45pm)
Genk to score 2+ (5pm)
Euro Btts Treble
Udinese v Napoli (5pm)
Eibar v Celta Vigo (5.30pm)
St Polten v Mattersburg (5.30pm)