Madrid’s two major clubs have left Spain and jetted off to Tallinn ahead of this week’s UEFA Super Cup clash.
Champions League winners Real and Europa League champions Atletico both sent star-studded squads to the Estonian capital on Monday afternoon.
The two city rivals will meet at the 15,000-capacity Lillekula Stadium on
April 8, 2018: Real 1-1 Atleti (La Liga)
Nov 18, 2017: Atleti 0-0 Real (La Liga)
May 10, 2017: Atleti 2-1 Real (UCL)
May 2, 2017: Real 3-0 Atleti (UCL)
April 8, 2017: Real 1-1 Atleti (La Liga)
Nov 19, 2016: Atleti 0-3 Real (La Liga)
May 28, 2016: Real 1-1 Atleti — Real win 5-3 on penalties (UCL final)
Feb 27, 2016: Real 0-1 Atleti (La Liga)
Oct 4, 2015: Atleti 1-1 Real (La Liga).
Atletico players including Angel Correa, Juanfran, Filipe Luis and Stefan Savic posed for photos before boarding the team plane.
Diego Simeone and his players wore tracksuit trousers and polo shirts.
Rivals Real dressed much more formally.
Marcelo and Sergio Ramos were pictured wearing suits as they prepared for take-off.
Despite reigning supreme in Europe, Real actually finished behind second-placed Atletico in La Liga last season.
Real have not beaten Atleti in their last three meetings in all competitions.