Real Madrid (@1.25) vs Betis (@10.5)
03-11-2019

Our Prediction:

Real Madrid will win

Real Madrid – Betis Match Prediction | 03-11-2019 16:00

At the Bernabeu, they put the guillotine to the dead-last Leganes, with a 5-0 scoreline. As of now, they are placed second in the table behind archrivals Barcelona and will be keen to put an end to the dominance the Catalans have shown in the league in the past decade. Los Blancos made a memorable comeback after their loss against Mallorca the other day.

Since los Blancos aim to overtake Barcelona in top position in the La Liga standings, we are positive they will go all guns blazing at los Beticos on Matchday 12. Real Madrid will be looking to build on a terrific 5-0 win over Leganes when they host Real Betis at their Estadio Santiago Bernabeu on Wednesday evening. Zinedine Zidanes troops regained much-needed confidence on Wednesday evening, with Serbia international Luka Jovic opening his goal-scoring account.

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Their 5-0 win was admittedly only against bottom of the table Leganes but the result would have done a few players the world of good with young forwards Rodrygo and Luka Jovic both getting their names on the scoresheet. The former is likely to continue here along with fellow summer arrival Eden Hazard but the Belgian is still some way off his top form after what has been a difficult start to life with Los Blancos.

Coach Zinedine Zidane's team tends to score in the second half time. Real currently achieves an average of 2,50 goals per game at home and receives 1,25 goals. This results in a total of 3,75 goals per game. Last season Real Madrid CF scored an average of 1,68 goals in their own stadium and had to accept 0,79 against.In front of their own fans, the team mostly played 2:0, 0:2 or 3:2 last season. The most often final score in their own stadium last season was 4:2, 2:0 or 3:2.

Brahim Diaz is a very big star of the future for Real, and he got the opening goal last weekend, albeit in defeat to Sociedad, setting them up for the fall they eventually experienced. That goal was set up by French striker Karim Benzema, who has had prior big showings against Betis before. He has 21 goals and six assists to his name this season, despite not being very popular or rated by many in the football world. It was his first, of what they hope will be many, in eight appearances for the club this term.

Los Beticos suffered a shocking 2-1 defeat to relegation strugglers Huesca at the weekend and, no doubt, they are eager to get back on course. All eyes will be on Estadio Benito Villamarin when Real Betis and Real Madrid face each other on Matchday 19. In their last meeting in the Spanish top flight Real Madrid defeated Real Betis 5-3. Los Blancos, on the other hand, failed to impress in a 2-0 loss to Real Sociedad at the weekend, meaning that the situation in Real Madrids dressing room must be alarming. Both teams are likely to go for a win in Sundays clash, therefore, we believe that there is a big value in betting on both teams to score. The Andalusians are eager to book their place in European competitions, meaning that Sundays football game against Real Madrid is of big importance for them.

Real Madrid - Real Betis

However they appear to have re-invested wisely with Nabil Fekir and Borja Iglesias heading up their list of new recruits. Betis havent done as many deals but the ones they have been involved in are almost all significant ones. The latter only joined from Espanyol this week so has had little time to bed in but Rubi may be tempted to hand his new striker a start given he knows exactly what qualities to expect from a player he worked with closely last season at Espanyol. First team regulars Pau Lopez, Giovani Lo Celso and Junior Firpo have all left.

They sit in 6th place, exactly where they finished last term and have shown that their impressive campaign last term was no flash in the pan. However Betis do have a liking for games against the big boys and seem more comfortable when the pressure is off. Already this season theyve won at Barcelona in La Liga and AC Milan in the Europa League.

That being said, they have only let in 13 goals at the Bernabeu and have won each of their last five games. Los Blancos enter this match with the leagues third highest league points total so far with 40 points taken from 18 matches. On the surface this looks great, and it is, but Atletico and Barca, their chief rivals, have gained eight points on them, helping to underline why the advantage is what it is currently.

Zinedine Zidanes troops regained much-needed confidence on Wednesday evening, with Serbia international Luka Jovic opening his goal-scoring account. Real Madrid will be looking to build on a terrific 5-0 win over Leganes when they host Real Betis at their Estadio Santiago Bernabeu on Wednesday evening. Since los Blancos aim to overtake Barcelona in top position in the La Liga standings, we are positive they will go all guns blazing at los Beticos on Matchday 12.