Granada vs Atletico Madrid live streaming online for free. Atletico Madrid can put pressure on La Liga leaders Barcelona if they manage to snatch maximum points away to Granada.
Atletico currently sit just three points behind the Spanish giants and they head into this weekend’s clash on the back of a 2-0 win over Getafe, which will encourage the away side following their recent slump against Valencia.
Meanwhile, Granada will be eager to launch a winning run after claiming a 2-1 victory over Real Betis last week, which pushed the side out of the drop zone.
However, the Colombia international has played down talk of a departure before the end of the season and Miranda says Atletico are focused on building another strong run after defeat by Valencia at the start of the month ended a nine-game unbeaten sequence.
Victory against Getafe last week saw Atletico stay second in the standings behind Barcelona and Miranda says a win against 16th-placed Granada is their only concern.
Despite a heavy outlay on new players this summer, Atletico have had a sluggish start to the campaign and they find themselves down in eighth spot after six games, six points behind the leaders and five off the Champions League berths.
It is still early days in the season but Atletico will not want to slip too much further adrift of their rivals as they attempt to claim a top-four finish for the first time since 2009.
However, after facing the likes of Barcelona, Valencia and Sevilla so far, Atletico now have what looks a more favourable run of fixtures against Granada, Real Mallorca, Athletic Bilbao and Real Zaragoza, and Dominguez wants a 100% return from those games.
He said: « In these next four or five league games we have to get all the points. This is the objective of the squad, to pick up every point and for this we have to start off winning in Granada. That’s all there is to it.
« Almost every team is stronger at home than away (but), after two away defeats we have to start winning away if we want to be in the top four. »
Granada find themselves in the bottom two heading into this weekend’s fixtures after picking up just four points since their promotion back into the top flight, but Dominguez is not expecting it to be a stroll in the park for his side at Los Carmenes stadium.
Granada: Tono; Nyom, Diakhate, Angulo, Gomez; Brahimi, Benitez, Rico, Iriney, Torje; El Arabi
Atletico Madrid: Courtois; Leal, Luis, Miranda; Juanfran, Suarez, Garcia, Turan, Gabi; Adrian, Falcao