Atletico Madrid are looking to build on their good league form when they face PSV Eindhoven in the Champions League at Vicente Calderon on Tuesday.
There were no goals in the first leg in the Netherlands, which could be problematic for Atleti, as the away goals rule means that any score draw would see PSV progress, while another goalless stalemate would take the match into extra time and possibly penalties.
Los Rojiblancos have been in good form in La Liga, winning all four matches since the first leg at Philips Stadion, including a 1-0 victory over city rivals Real Madrid, while they scored three goals in each of their wins over Real Sociedad, Valencia and Deportivo La Coruna.
PSV have also managed back-to-back wins in recent weeks, beating ADO Den Haag 3-0 and FC Groningen 2-0 prior to Saturday's 1-1 draw with Heerenveen. Die Boeren head into the match as Eredivisie leaders, one point ahead of second-placed Ajax Amsterdam in the standings.
In team news, Atleti are set to have striker Fernando Torres fit to feature after shaking off the knee injury he suffered against Valencia, but Portuguese midfielder Tiago Mendes (fractured tibia), and Montenegro international defender Stefan Savic (calf) will both miss out.
For PSV, the good news is the return from suspension of Eredivisie top scorer Luuk de Jong, after the striker missed the first leg through suspension, although Gaston Pereiro will miss out after picking up a red card in the first leg.