Manchester United travel to Spainâ€™s capital to face Atletico Madrid in the Champions League knockout stage on Tuesday night.
Just like Chelsea, Mabchester United will be hoping to follow Premier League sides, Manchester City and Liverpool who recorded 5-0 and 2-0 victories over Sporting Lisbon and Inter Milan, respectively in their first-leg ties.
Diego Simeoneâ€™s Atletico Madrid side have a number of concerns heading into Tuesdayâ€™s clash against the Red Devils.
Their top stars, Antoine Griezmann, Koke and Yannick Carrasco did not participate in a recent training session, while there are doubts about the full match fitness of Luis Suarez.
For Ralf Rangnickâ€™s Manchester United, they could welcome back Raphael Varane after the Frenchman returned to the bench for Sundayâ€™s win over Leeds.
Atletico Madrid and Manchester United have only faced each other once in Europe and that was in 1991-92 Cup Winnersâ€™ Cup.
Atletico Madrid were victorious in the encounter, knocking them out 4-1 on aggregate in the Last 16.
Manchester Unitedâ€™s only previous visit to AtlÃ©tico Madrid was in the first leg of their 1991-92 Cup Winnersâ€™ Cup tie at the Vicente CalderÃ³n.
Unitedâ€™s starting XI for that game had the likes of Peter Schmeichel, Denis Irwin, Steve Bruce, Paul Ince, Bryan Robson and Mark Hughes, amongst others. They were beaten 3-0 by Luis AragonÃ©sâ€™ men.
Diego Simeoneâ€™s LaLiga champions have lost each of their last four Champions League matches against English clubs.
Head to head (h2h) history:
Atletico Madrid wins: 0
Man United wins: 1
The round of 16 tie is scheduled for 8pm GMT kick-off time on Wednesday, February 23rd, 2022, at the Wanda Metropolitano.