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La Liga Predictions > Sep 11th - 14th


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Granada CF vs Athletic Bilbao

 

Granada CF

Doubtful: Eteki (28/0 m)

Out (injuries/other): -

Suspended: -

(Players stats are from the last season.)

 

Athletic Bilbao

Doubtful: Íñigo Martínez (33/1 d), Yuri (33/2 d), Mikel Vesga (20/0 m)

Out (injuries/other): Ibai Gómez (17/0 m), Gaizka Larrazabal (10/0 m), Peru Nolaskoain (d, newcomer)

Suspended: -

(Players stats are from the last season.)

 

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Football Facts and Streaks regarding LaLiga

Deportivo Alaves have failed to score in their last 4 home matches in LaLiga.
Valencia are undefeated in 95% of their last 20 home matches in LaLiga.

You can find interesting 46 Football Betting Facts and Streaks for 13.09.2020 on this link ... https://eurofootballrumours.com/football-facts-and-streaks-13-09-2020-20654

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Villarreal vs Huesca

The home side had a pretty successful campaign last season as they finished in fifth place and secured the ticket for the Europa League. If their form didn’t drop in the finish of the season, the hosts would have challenged Sevilla, who eventually were 10 points ahead of Villarreal. The Yellow Submarine was doing very well in the front, while its defense conceded 49 goals and should have been a bit tighter. It is very tough for any visiting side to take away points from Unai Emery’s team at Estadio de la Ceramica. Villarreal did an excellent job at the transfer market, as they signed Daniel Parejo, one of Valencia’s best players. Also, the hosts secured the signatures of Francis Coquelin, Geronimo Rulli, while they loaned Takefuso Kuba, a fascinating youngster from Real Madrid. On the other hand, Santi Cazorla, Villarreal’s icon, left the club to join Al Sadd. If we assume that the first three places on the table are “reserved” for Real Madrid, Barcelona, and Atletico Madrid, the hosts are going to put a serious bid to challenge Sevilla for the last ticket to the Champions League.

Huesca managed to secure the promotion to the top flight after winning La Liga2 in front of Cadiz. Although the away side wasn’t too tight in the back, as it was conceding a goal per match on average, they were one of the most efficient teams in the league. However, the bookmakers predict a struggle for the visitors, and their primary goal is to keep their heads above the water at the end of the campaign. Huesca hasn’t been too convincing when playing away from home as they booked just six wins from 21 outings. A very tough task is in front of Mitchel, and we will see if the visitors will be able to remain in La Liga.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction

Villarreal is a firm favorite in the clash, and the hosts are looking forward to an excellent start. We believe they are going to meet the expectations and deliver a victory. The odds are pretty generous, in our opinion.

Goals Market Prediction

Both teams have bee involved in high-scoring matches lately, and their head to head clashes have been a joy to watch. This one might also go over 2.5 margin.

Villarreal to win @1.55

Over 2.5 FT @ 1.80

Correct score 3:1 @13.00

Source: https://www.bat-bet.com/2020/09/12/villarreal-vs-huesca-betting-tips-predictions-match-previews/

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Valencia vs Levante

The La Liga opening weekend hasn't exactly been full of thrills and spills so far with four of the six clubs in action failing to even score but we hope for more on Sunday when Valencia play Levante in an 8pm BST clash at the Mestalla. These two sides had to settle for mid-table mediocrity last season but will be hoping to improve on that and begin this season with a win here.

Valencia had been flirting with the prospect of qualifying for Europe last season with the Champions League even a potential aim but a dire end to the campaign that saw just 3 wins from their last 12 matches extinguished those aspirations. Former Watford head coach Javi Gracia has been appointed to try and change the club's fortunes this season. A number of high profile departures have been a blow with Rodrigo leaving for Leeds, Ferran Torres departing for Manchester City, and Francis Coquelin exiting the club for Villarreal. No real additions so far leaves us feeling that the team is generally a lot weaker. There is a lot of pressure on Kevin Gameiro and Maxi Gomez to deliver the goals.

Levante have been a team punching above their weight for a while and head coach Paco Lopez will look to push the team closer to the promised land of European qualification this year. Transfer activity has been limited with the only arrival being Mickael Malsa on a free from Mirandes but the key factor is that nobody has left. It allows Lopez to begin this season with a consistent and solid squad. The team lost just 3 of their final 10 league matches last season so there's no reason why they will feel they can't continue that positive form.

Both teams have scored in the last six encounters between these two sides so hopefully we'll see more goals here than we have in previous La Liga matches this weekend so far. I'm concerned at the lack of additions made by Valencia but it's easy to forget that the transfer window is still open for another month. It's not ideal preparation though. You'd like to think clubs would have a lot of their squad settled by the opening game. I think this is a game Levante will feel they can take something from and I believe they will.

Levante Draw No Bet @ 2.40 with 888Sport

BTTS @ 1.69 with SportNation

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