La Liga continues this weekend and we have another acca to bring you for week 14 games featuring Valladolid, Getafe and Real Madrid all to win with a max bet of £50. Form Labs breaks down the three games with their betting preview and tips, and don’t forget that we have additional enhanced odds and accas for La Liga and from across Europe.
Real Valladolid v Leganes Betting Tips
Valladolid have slipped back into the bottom-half after a winless run of four games, but their two defeats in this run were narrow ones away at leaders Sevilla and Real Madrid. In fact, their only other defeats this season came in their opening two home games to fourth-placed Alaves and Barcelona (both 1-0), as they’ve won two of four unbeaten matches here since while conceding just twice. Just five of their 13 matches so far have been against bottom-half teams and they’re W3-D2-L0 across these.
Leganes have avoided defeat in their last three but two of these were on home soil and they away match was a rather uninspiring goalless stalemate at Girona. They have the worst away record in La Liga this season (W0-D2-L5) in a continuation of the away day blues they suffered in 2017/18. Indeed, they’re now winless in 22 on the road, losing 17 of these and that’s unlikely to change against an organised Valladolid outfit.
Getafe v Espanyol Betting Tips
Espanyol were at the merry heights of second not too long a go but just one victory in their last four (hosting 18th placed Bilbao) has seen them drop back down to fifth. They’ve even lost the last two, the latest against Girona in a first home defeat of the season, suggesting the honeymoon period is over and we expect them to continue to slide down into mid-table mediocrity. On their travels, their only clean sheet and victory has been at basement-dwellers Huesca, while their other points have come at a defensively shambolic Celta Vigo and the recently promoted Valladolid and Rayo Vallecano.
Getafe were unlucky to lost to Valencia in their last home match, but the time before that they beat a Real Betis side that did a number on Barcelona in their next away game. One of their other defeats at the Coliseum Alfonso Perez this term was against Atletico and if we exclude the ‘Big Three’, then Getafe hold a very respectable W11-D5-L5 record here, which includes a 1-0 victory in this fixture last term.
Real Madrid v Valencia Betting Tips
These two both played in Italy midweek as Valencia lost at Juve, while Real Madrid cemented their position at the top of their group with victory in Rome. Given they’d lost at Eibar on the weekend, it was an impressive result for Santiago Solari’s men and they’ve now won five of six under the Argentine. This is despite just one of these taking place at the Bernabeu, where they’ve won six of eight this term, including all three league matches against bottom-half clubs by at least two clear goals.
Valencia have won their last two but they’ve by no means been prolific this season with eight draws in their previous 11. Both those victories also came against bottom-half clubs and while they’ve lost just once the road this term, their lack of goals (just four in total) is worrying as they visit the capital. The sole away defeat was at the only top-six side they’ve travelled to, meaning they’ve lost nine of 12 such trips since 2016/17. Given Real have triumphed in 16 of their last 19 at home when excluding Barcelona and Atletico, plus their renewed confidence under Solari, we can only see one result.
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