Ceara SC and Atlético Mineiro meet in the Brazilian Championship A Series on 22.11.2020. Kick-off is at 20:00. So league leaders in the table is guesting at the currently 15th place side. Current statistics of Ceara Sporting Club In their last match Ceara Sporting Club lost 4:2 against Gremio RS. The home team has won 6 out of 20 games in the past six months. The home record for the last six months shows five wins, three draws and two losses. Ceara SC has managed to win 5 out of 10 home games (50%) in the current season (2020) so far. Three games ended in a tie and two games were lost at home. After a total of 20 duels in the season, Ceara SC has six wins, six draws and eight defeats. Coach Guto Ferreira’s team tends to score in the second 45 minutes of the game. According to current numbers, Ceara SC will score 1,20 goals in each home game and will concede 0,90 goals, which is 2,10 goals in total per match in front of their own fans. Previous season, Ceara Sporting Club scored an average of 1,21 goals at home. At the same time, the team conceded 0,74 goals per home match. Home games usually ended 0:1, 1:1 or 2:0 in the previous season. The most often final score in their own stadium last season was 2:1, 2:0 or 0:0. Current statistics of Clube Atlético Mineiro Their last match, Atlético Mineiro had lost 0:2 against Atletico PR. This season, the team has been victorious in 4 out of 10 matches in away stadiums (40%). Atlético Mineiro has won twelve games and lost seven games in the last 6 months, with two games ending in a tie. In games in away stadium four wins were achieved. Six games were lost while zero games ended without a winning team. There have been 1,20 away goals scored by Jorge Sampaoli’s team on average this season. Most of these coming in the first half. Overall, Atlético Mineiro scored an average of 3,00 goals per away match. Previous season’s statistics show Atlético Mineiro scoring 0,89 goals per away match, while they conceded 1,37 goals. Last last season, away matches most often ended 0:1, 1:1 or 2:1. In the current season, Atlético Mineiro’s away games mostly ended 1:3, 1:2 or 1:0.