Madrid could concede again
Huesca 7.26/1 V Madrid that is real(*)1/2; The Draw 4.94/1Saturday 6 February, 15:15
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have hit another poor run of form and need to pull themselves out of it when they visit Huesca on Saturday. The defending La Liga title holders have had rough patches at various points this season and have always been able to turn things around. Real’s 2-1 defeat at home to Levante weekend that is last means they’ve just won certainly one of their final five games (D1 L3) across all tournaments, including an awkward
Copa del Rey exit to Alcoyano.Madrid were down seriously to ten-men after simply nine moments against Levante whenever
Eder Militao ended up being sent down, nevertheless they had formerly fallen points in draws against Elche and Osasuna in present games. It has kept them ten points behind the leaders Atletico and slip into third also behind Barcelona on goal difference.Huesca won 3-1 at Real Valladolid last week, but we have to expect that Madrid will win this one as they remain bottom of La Liga. An away win and both teams to score is worth taking a chance on at
9/4.Griezmann with Real Madrid having conceded in each of their last four games inspires cup comebackReal Betis 6.05/1 v Barcelona 1.564/7
; The Draw
4/1Sunday 7 February, 20:00Live on LaLigaTV and Betfair Live Video
With Real Madrid faltering, it is now Barcelona that look best placed to push Atletico Madrid in the title race.
Barca won 2-1 at home against Athletic Bilbao
last weekend, which extended their unbeaten run in La Liga to ten games (W8 D2). In midweek they progressed to the semi-finals of the Copa del Rey, with a comeback that is last-gasp. Barcelona had been 2-0 down with only two moments of this game staying, and then simply take the match into additional time and win 5-2 eventually. Antoine Griezmann scored two goals and set up two more against Granada. His career at Barcelona has largely been underwhelming since the Frenchman signed from Atletico, but this is the spell that is best of kind he’s produced since reaching the club. Griezmann has scored seven goals and assisted six across all tournaments in 2021, providing him more involvements that are goal any other player in Spain this year. Betis were knocked out of the cup by Atletic Bilbao in midweek, but are unbeaten in five in La Liga (W3 D2). With a Barcelona victory perhaps not as assured as their form and odds might indicate, it may sound right to back Griezmann to increase their objective tally at
6/4.More objectives for AtleticoAtletico Madrid 1.684/6 v Celta Vigo 7.06/1
; The Draw
11/4Monday 8 February, 20:00Live on LaLigaTV and Betfair Live Video
At the halfway point of these Los Angeles Liga campaign, Atletico Madrid could barely be faring better.
With 50 points after 19 games (w16 L1 that is d2) Atletico are on course to equal the record 100 point totals set by Real Madrid in 2011-12 and Barcelona in 2012-13. That would be a achievement that is remarkable considering the fact that this Atletico squad is definately not since star-studded as those that set that joint record.
Last weekend Atletico won 4-2 at Cadiz. This proceeded their present trend of conceding, aided by the opposition having scored in all the final three games it hardly matters against them, but with Luis Suarez
in fine form. Suarez scored a brace, making him as Los Angeles Liga’s top scorer with 14 objectives in 16 appearances in 2010. (*)Atletico are offered at a surprisingly big cost, with Celta entering this match without a win in six (D2 L4). An Atletico win and over 2.5 objectives is (*)2.88(*)15/8(*) and it has landed in every one of their final three games. (*)