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Almeria vs Atletico Madrid (La Liga Recap, 24.09.2014)

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Result: -8 units, bet lost

Almeria vs Atletico Madrid (La Liga, 24.09.2014)

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Atletico Madrid need to stop dropping points and become the team that won the title last season, as their fourth position is the table suggests qualification rounds for next year’s Champions League edition. As Atletico get ready to visit Almeria, Diego Simeone prepares to return to the bench and lead his team to victory.

Almeria shocked La Liga when they won against Real Sociedad and climbed up to the 10th place in the table. The win was their first in this league’s edition and Francesco Rodriguez will try to make his players believe they can win against the current title holders. Should they win against Atletico, they will have to play it smart in the midfield, where the likes of Koke and Gabi are setting up the play for the visitors. Almeria will be without Corona and Dubarbier who is serving a suspension.
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Atletico might be at the beginning of their title defense, but Gabi has stated over and over again about the importance of the match against Almeria: “It’s a very important Wednesday’s game,” he told Marca. “With a draw against Celta we have to win and I think we will get a result. This game is a final.” The start of La Liga has seen Atletico with confusing results, which put them four points behind Barcelona. Mario Mandzukic has returned to team training after his nose surgery and might get to play in 10 days with a mask on. Before placing the bet take into account the fact that Atletico are yet to win against Almeria on their home ground, but we believe the visitors will play better than they have done before.

Cerci is tipped to replace Mandzukic in the attack, and with Diego Simeone on the bench, Unibet favors Atletico to win outright at 1.55. Almeria gets 6.30 for a win and both teams to score at 2.08; over 2.5 goals at 2.10 with Unibet; Almeria for both halves at 9.50, and the same betting market for Atletico at 2.28. Griezmann to score anytime is at 2.85; Cerci at 3,10 and Koke at 4.60. We are betting 8 units on Atletico Madrid to score in both halves at 2.65 with Unibet.

Almeria: Team’s Formation

25
Rubén
4
Ximo Navarro
6
M. Dos Santos
5
Trujillo
3
Fran Vélez
31
R. Azeez
7
Verza
22
T. Teye
19
J. Zongo
10
T. Hemed
19
J. Zongo

Atletico Madrid: Team’s Formation

1
Moyá
20
Juanfran
2
D. Godín
23
Miranda
3
Siqueira
10
A. Turan
4
Mario Suárez
14
Gabi
6
Koke
22
A. Cerci
7
A. Griezmann

End prediction for the match:
Atletico Madrid to score in both halves

Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid (La Liga Recap, 13.09.2014)

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Result: -7 units, bet lost

Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid (La Liga, 13.09.2014)

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Nobody talks about Real Madrid’s heavy defeat against Sociedad as they get ready to face Atletico Madrid in the first big derby of the season. Despite the fact that Atletico won the Super Cup and Real’s injury woes William Hill favors the hosts to win at 1.70, as opposed to Atletico’s 4.80.

Both teams look to be affected by the so-called “FIFA virus” where all your players come injured after the international break. Real will be without Carvajal and Khedira, while Atletico has Rodriguez with a muscle strain. On the bright side of this international break Bale and Modric got to score, while for Atletico, Mandzukic and Jimenez helped their respective countries by scoring.
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Real Madrid’s loss to Real Sociedad came in a moment where everyone expects great things from the team that won the Champions League 10 times. They were leading with two goals to nil, but were not able to preserve the advantage, and without Cristiano Ronaldo they only managed to have five shots on target. Real is expected to give Chicharito some playing time, although that should Ronaldo still need time to recover. James is still to find his footing in a team so full of talents that sometimes a little discipline is needed.

Diego Simeone is the biggest absence from Atletico as he is suspended from the sidelines for eight matches, which saw his team performing not really convincing. Their last match was against the newly promoted Eibar, which they struggled to win against and could have even conceded the equalizer in the last minutes of the match. As it stands there is no clear favorite to win though some say that should Ronaldo play, the match would be won before it starts, which could be said about Atletico should Mandzukic be in great form.

Real Madrid for both halves is at 2.50, the same betting market for Atletico is at 9.00, and Real to lead after 30 minutes is at 2.80. Ronaldo to score anytime 1.91, Benzema at 2.30 and Gareth Bale at 2.62, while for Atletico Jimenez to score is at 3.75, Griezmann at 4.00 and we’re betting 7 units on Mario Mandzukic to score at 3.30 with William Hill.

Real Madrid: Team’s Formation

13
K. Navas
12
Marcelo
3
Pepe
8
Sergio Ramos
17
Arbeloa
19
L. Modrić
8
T. Kroos
23
Isco
11
G. Bale
7
Cristiano Ronaldo
9
K. Benzema

Atletico Madrid: Team’s Formation

1
Moyá
3
Siqueira
23
Miranda
2
D. Godín
20
Juanfran
14
Gabi
4
Mario Suárez
6
Koke
7
A. Griezmann
8
Raúl García
9
M. Mandžukić

End prediction for the match:
Mario Mandzukic to score anytime

Sevilla vs Valencia (La Liga Recap, 23.08.2014)

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Result: -7 units, bet lost

Sevilla vs Valencia (La Liga Prediction, 23.08.2014)

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Sevilla open this season of La Liga against Valencia, and this time around they are aiming for a Champions League spot. The fact that Sevilla have been successful last season and managed not only to win Europa League, but also qualify for this year’s competition, only proves that the team can challenge that Champions League spot with confidence.

The hosts started the season by losing the UEFA Super Cup against Real Madrid and two of their important players: Rakitic left for Barcelona and Moreno signed for Liverpool. Despite this, the team is confident of being able to pull through and get a positive result out of the match against Valencia. It is rumored for the coach to start a more offensive lineup, which would put Deulofeu up in front with Carlos Bacca.
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Valencia are that one team that had a complete revolution during this transfer window; not only the got a new manager but also a lot of players left the team, and while replacements have been found, getting a team to mold together into something successful takes time. It should also be mentioned that in the previous La Liga season Sevilla managed to be the fourth highest scoring La Liga team with 69 goals in 38 matches. An interesting moment this match will provide would be Banega playing for Sevilla after transferring from Valencia and if he starts then he will be pared up with Denis Suarez and Alexi Vidal.

Bet365 favors Sevilla to take the spoils and gives them 2.05 odds for an outright win, giving Valencia 3.50 and a draw is at 3.50. Valencia for both halves is at 6.00, while the same betting market for Sevilla is at 3.20. An interesting betting market is Sevilla to win and over 2.5 goals at 3.10, or Sevilla to win to nil at 3.50. We are going to bet 7 units on Sevilla to score in both halves at 3.00 with the same bookie.

Sevilla: Team’s Formation

13
Beto
6
Carriço
21
N. Pareja
2
F. Fazio
23
Coke
6
Daniel Carriço
17
Denis Suárez
5
Krychowiak
22
Aleix Vidal
18
Gameiro
9
C. Bacca

Valencia: Team’s Formation

1
Diego Alves
19
Barragán
3
Rúben Vezo
23
Otamendi
5
Mustafi
21
André Gomes
18
Guardado
15
Javi Fuego
17
Rodrigo
8
Feghouli
2
P. Piatti

End prediction for the match:
Sevilla to score in both halves

Getafe vs Atletico Madrid (Recap, April 13th)

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Atletico Madrid made one step further into their La Liga title campaign after winning against Getafe which puts them three points ahead of Real Madrid and us a tad richer as we won the bet placed on them to win both halves with Titan Bet.

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Even though they have to worry about La Liga, Atletico is already dreaming about their semi-final against Chelsea London, and had quite the scare when Diego Costa got a nasty injury after colliding with Getafe’s left post. The score was opened on the 40th minute when Godin found himself inside the Getafe box with the ability to send the ball past the goalie who didn’t even try to reach it.

Courtois was the reason Atletico Madrid kept their advantage, especially in the 54th minute when Rodriguez sent a powerful header, but the Atletico goalkeeper blocked it in time. Diego Costa could have scored in the 65th minute when the referee awarded Atletico a penalty, but he sent the ball right into Codina’s hands. He then made up in front of the supporters after scoring an 85th minute goal that doubled Atletico’s advantage. That happened mere minutes before the striker picked up the aforementioned injury that prompted the medical team to take him to the hospital to assess the damage.

It was later stated in the media the injury was nothing to worry about and that the player would be fit to play even during Atletico’s weekend match before hosting Chelsea at home.

Result: +9,20 units, bet won