Friday 22nd November 2019
Levante v Mallorca
No relevant meetings as the last time these two met at his level, was 2013. There is not a lot between the two sides on current form, both are inconsistent, but Mallorca have lost all five away and that should swing things in favour of the home side. A small interest in Levante at 1.80 and trade the stake back if they lead.
Saturday 23rd November 2019
Leganes v Barcelona
Leganes did beat Barcelona in this fixture last season, their only win in six attempts. All six games were Over 2.5 goals with five of the six seeing both teams score. Barca have won six of their last seven with Leganes losing five of their last seven. Not a game to get heavily involved in, but it may be worth taking the 1.83 for both teams to score, with the stats in our favour.
Real Betis v Valencia
Valencia have won on their last two visits here and continue in decent form with just one defeat in nine games. Betis remain inconsistent, but have ability as shown by their draw in the Bernabeu recently, but it is difficult to recommend them winning, with only three victories all season. Valencia have lost three away so Betis have a chance, but I fancy this might be a draw and we could try correct score trades around 0-0 and 1-1.
Real Madrid v Real Sociedad
Sociedad won here last season, but that is there only success in many years. There has been no draw in the last twelve head to head with five of the last six meetings being Over 2.5 goals. Real Madrid are unbeaten at home and Sociedad have won four games away. Real Madrid -1 on the handicap would have been successful five times in the last six head to head in Madrid and that might be worth an interest at 2.00.
Sunday 24th November 2019
Espanyol v Getafe
Espanyol have lost six of their last seven including all six at home and Getafe have lost just once in six games. The last seven head to head in Barcelona were all Under 2.5 goals and in six of those games, only one team scored. Espanyol won their most recent Europa League game by 6-0 and that may just kick start their season, but at 2.70 there is not enough value in chancing them. With the game likely to be tight we could Lay Over 1.5 goals at 1.60 and look to trade out approaching half-time if the games is still 0-0.
Osasuna v Athletic Bilbao
Bilbao have won on their last three visits to Pamplona and have won five and drawn one of the last six overall head to head. Osasuna are unbeaten at home and it is that home form which will determine their fate this season. Both are in decent form, so Lay Osasuna at 2.50 and keep the draw on side.
Eibar v Alaves
Eibar have won three and lost three at home and take on an Alaves side who have failed to win on the road this season. Not a lot to go on with the six head to head stats, but three did end in draws and four were Under 2.5 goals. Eibar to win at 1.83 and trade out if they lead.
Villarreal v Celta Vigo
The last five meetings in Villarreal have seen goals, all Over 2.5 goals and four Over 3.5 goals. Villarreal have not won in three but are unbeaten at home, Celta Vigo have lost their last five. Over 2.5 goals at 1.73 seems a fair price.
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