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Atletico Madrid vs Levante (La Liga, 03.01.2015)

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Atletico Madrid will look forward to diminish the distance from the first place as they get ready to host Levante at Vicente Calderon. The hosts will push for the 6th win in seven matches while playing at home, and your bet for this particular match could very well be Griezmann to score anytime; alternately you could also head to sports betting info should you find yourself overseas from the La Liga action.

The hosts are four points behind Real Madrid, which is why they simply cannot afford any more mistakes. Their transfer window started well before the New Year, when they completed Fernando “El Nino” Torres’ return to Vicente Calderon, while Cerci will play for AC Milan. Neither Chelsea nor Milan objected too much for Torres’ transfer, and considering both Griezmann and Mandzukic are in their best goalscoring form, El Nino might find himself getting acquainted with the bench once again, since he can’t even be up for selection due to the transfer window opening in Italy on January 5th.
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Levante are 15th in La Liga, and remembering their 2-0 win over Los Colchoneros, they will travel to Vicente Calderon with an upset in the plans. David Navarro is suspended, but the visitor’s only player missing through injury is Hector Rodas. Levante has only one win in their last 6 away matches, but despite their recent positive outings in both La Liga and Copa del Rey, the bookmakers heavily favor the hosts to get the three points.

During yesterday’s training session, Arda Turan returned to the team, and should be ready for tomorrow’s match together with Raul Garcia, which puts Miranda on the under doubt list. Ansaldi, Mandzukic and Koke are also available for selection which broadens Simeone’s choices for the front line. Last season when the two teams met, they each won the three points when playing at home, with Atletico having won the last six matches against Levante at Vicente Calderon.

Atletico are the overwhelming favorites to win with 1.22 odds, while a Levante upset has 15.00 odds. The headline offers from William Hill for this match are: Griezmann to score and Atletico to win with 2.20 odds and Ivanschitz to score and Levante to win with 67.00 odds. Atletico to win both halves 2.00 odds, Levante 34.00, over 2.5 goals 1.65 odds and we’re betting 6 units on Mandzukic and Griezmann to score anytime with 3.00 odds.

Atletico Madrid: Team’s Formation

1
Moyá
20
Juanfran
23
Miranda
2
D. Godín
3
Siqueira
7
Griezmann
10
A. Turan
14
Gabi
5
Tiago
6
Koke
9
Mandžukić

Levante: Team’s Formation

13
Mariño
2
Iván López
16
El Adoua
6
Vyntra
15
Karabelas
11
Morales
23
P. Diop
22
Sissoko
21
Ivanschitz
18
Víctor
7
Barral

End prediction for the match:
Mandzukic and Griezmann to score anytime

Deportivo La Coruna vs Getafe (La Liga Recap, 31.10.2014)

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Result: +10 units, bet won

Deportivo La Coruna vs Getafe (La Liga, 31.10.2014)

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Deportivo La Coruna host Getafe on Estadio Riazor for an interesting La Liga clash that sees the hosts unable to win against Getafe at home for over 7 years. The visitors are on the 12th place in the table, Deportivo on the 16th, but the two teams are separated by just two points. If you look by the last head to head results, as well as the match against Atletico Madrid someone has the chance to be sent off.

Deportivo started the year with bad results, but then picked up form to the point where they managed to beat Valencia with 3-0. The most recent result is a 0-0 draw against Espanyol, but Victor Fernandez was satisfied with the way his team performed. The only doubts the team has for the match are Lucas Perez, who picked up a knee injury against Espanyol but trained normally with the team, and Helder Postiga, whose fitness is still to be assessed. Salomao is yet to receive the ok from the doctors to play, so he is training separately.
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Getafe’s latest result is a 0-1 defeat at the hands of Atletico Madrid. The champions dominated the match from the very start, and Alexis got a red card for hitting Mandzukic in the face, yet the hosts were the more dangerous side, and just unlucky not to score the equalizer. Cosmin Contra’s team lost the first four matches out of five, and then picked up enough speed that positioned them on the 12th place with 10 points after nine match days. Arroyo and Vazquez are sidelined with knee and a shoulder injury while Michel Herrero is under doubt.

Deportivo will push for a win, while Getafe will look forward to continuing their unbeaten five match run at Riazor. Unibet favors Deportivo to win and gives them 2.05 odds, and Getafe got 3.90. The eventuality of another draw at Riazor has been given 3.25 odds. Over 2.5 goals got 2.50 odds, Deportivo with a -1 handicap has 3.10 odds. Getafe to win at least a half has been given 2.45 odds as opposed to Deportivo’s 1.57 in the same market. We’re betting 8 units on both teams to score with 2.25 odds from Unibet.

Deportivo La Coruna: Team’s Formation

13
Fabricio
11
Juanfran
5
Pablo Insúa
12
Sidnei
16
Luisinho
8
Medunjanin
20
C. Wilk
14
Isaac Cuenca
7
Lucas Pérez
24
L. Fariña
19
Cavaleiro

Getafe: Team’s Formation

25
Guaita
20
Valera
4
Velázquez
5
Naldo
18
Escudero
22
Juan Rodríguez
8
M. Lacen
11
A. Yoda
6
Sammir
23
Hinestroza
7
Lafita

End prediction for the match:
Both teams to score

Atletico Madrid vs Espanyol Barcelona (La Liga Recap, 19.10.2014)

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Result: -8 units, bet lost

Atletico Madrid vs Espanyol Barcelona (La Liga, 19.10.2014)

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Espanyol Barcelona travel to Vicente Calderon in an attempt to maintain the run of three matches without conceding a goal against an Atletico Madrid side that recently lost at Mestalla. Considering what’s at stake for the hosts, who are the current La Liga Champions, but are on the fifth place with five points behind FC Barcelona, it’s no wonder why the bookmakers favor Atletico to win.

Atletico Madrid got their international players back and during yesterday’s training all players completed the session with no sustained injuries, but with Cerci still serving suspension. The hosts have scored 12 goals in seven matches, eight of which have come after headers. Mandzukic and Miranda have each two headers, but for the goalscorer market you could also go for Griezmann, Jimenez and of course Diego Godin. The champions have looked out of place for several matches maybe due to the absence of Diego Simeone from the sidelines, but now are tipped to pick up form once again.
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Espanyol come from a 2-0 win over Real Sociedad and Victor Sanchez stated that his team makes the trip to Vicente Calderon while being in their best moment of the season, and added: “We’re feeling good and our confidence is high. Hopefully they will be determining factors in us getting a result. It would certainly be confirmation that we’re heading in the right direction.” Espanyol started La Liga with two defeats in three matches, but later picked up form, and their only injury is Hector Moreno.

Despite stumbling in La Liga and Champions league, Atletico Madrid are the overall favorites to win with 1.33 odds, while Espanyol to produce an upset has 12.00 odds. Under 2.5 goals has 1.80 odds, Atletico Madrid for both halves has 1.85 odds as opposed to Espanyol’s 19.00. Both teams to score has 2.55 odds, Mandzukic to score anytime has 1.80 odds, Griezmann and Jimenez both have 1.90 odds; from Espanyol Garcia and Vazquez both with 4.50 odds to score anytime. We’re betting 8 units on second half with most goals at 2.10 with Titan Bet.

Atletico Madrid: Team’s Formation

1
Moyá
15
C. Ansaldi
2
D. Godín
23
Miranda
20
Juanfran
7
Griezmann
6
Koke
14
Gabi
5
Tiago
8
Raúl García
9
Mandžukić

Espanyol Barcelona: Team’s Formation

13
Kiko Casilla
18
Fuentes
22
González
19
D. Colotto
25
López
5
Álvarez
17
Vázquez
14
Cañas
4
Sánchez
9
Sergio García
20
F. Caicedo

End prediction for the match:
Second half with the majority of goals

Real Sociedad vs Valencia (La Liga Recap, 28.09.2014)

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Result: -8 units, bet lost

Real Sociedad vs Valencia (La Liga, 28.09.2014)

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La Liga is up with a good number of interesting games for your bets this weekend and one of them is the Real Sociedad vs Valencia one. Looking at the odds from several bookmakers you will notice that there is no obvious winner, in fact, some of them give the same odds to both teams despite the places they have on the table.

Real Sociedad produced one of this year’s greatest upsets as they managed to win with 4-2 against a Real Madrid that just did not see that blow coming. The downside to the win was the fact that Sociedad kind of crashed after that, and summed up two consecutive defeats that sent them on the 13th place on the Primera Division table. The most recent result, a 1-0 loss against Sevilla set their goal difference to -1, and send them to the match against Valencia with hopes of continuing their good streak of winning matches against them, that continues since 2011.
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Upon returning to training, Sociedad had almost all players on the field, including Carlos Vela. Geronimo Rulli is undergoing personalized training session after his recent surgery and Carlos Martinez missed practice due to abdomen pains. Valencia do not have injury scares and Alvaro Negredo is the only one still missing from the squad.

Valencia won against Cordoba with 3-0 with Otamendi and Mustafi in great form that kept the defense line in check. Feghouli is that one player Sociedad needs to be afraid of, as his partnership with Andre Gomez is what brings the goals for the visitors. Piatti is much faster that Sociedad’s midfield, and if they let him pass, their already frail defense will concede again.

Bet365 gives both teams 2.62 for an outright win, as well as for either team winning both halves, the odds are 4.00. Both teams to score is at 1.61, Paco Alcacer as an anytime goalscorer is at 3.00, same odds as Rodrigo Moreno. Over 1.5 goals in the first half goes for 2.62 and we’re betting 8 units on both teams to score in the second half at 3.00 with Bet365.

Real Sociedad: Team’s Formation

13
Zubikarai
24
De La Bella
6
I. Martinez
4
Elustondo
2
C. Martinez
5
Bergara
8
Granero
11
C. Vela
18
G. Castro
10
Xabi Prieto
9
Agirretxe

Valencia: Team’s Formation

1
Diego Alves
19
Barragán
5
S. Mustafi
23
N. Otamendi
33
José Gayá
21
André Gomes
10
Dani Parejo
15
Javi Fuego
11
P. Piatti
9
Alcácer
17
Rodrigo

End prediction for the match:
Both teams to score in the second half