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Real Madrid vs. Real Betis Predictions, Betting Tips and Previews
30 October 2019
Saturday 2 November
Santiago Bernabeu – La Liga
Real Madrid will be looking to keep the title pressure on Barcelona at home to Real Betis. Los Blancos have been disappointing thus far in La Liga.
Real Betis picked up a memorable 2-1 win away at Real Madrid last season, and they have won two of their last four meetings with Zinedine Zidane.
Real Madrid will have defender Alvaro Odriozola back in action following a one-game domestic suspension.
However, Zinedine Zidane could be without Gareth Bale, Luka Modric and Vinicius Junior, who all face late fitness tests.
Real Betis boss Rubi has a fully fit squad to pick from, with key trio Loren Moron, Cristian Tello and Nabil Fekir all fit to play.
Real Madrid vs. Real Betis Preview and Predictions
Real Madrid host the Andalucian side on the back of a shock La Liga defeat to Real Mallorca two weeks ago.
However, aside from that slip up, Zidane’s side have been solid of late, with four wins form their last seven games in all competitions.
Real Betis head to the Spanish capital low on confidence, following a poor run of recent form.
Rubi’s side are without a win in their last four games in all competitions, meaning they have slipped down to 18th in La Liga.
The hosts will be confident of a win, despite their mixed recent record against Betis – with a home win coming in at 0.3.
Real Betis do tend to give Los Blancos a headache of two, and they will be confident of getting on the score sheet, with a BTTS bet available at 0.57.
Real Madrid to win 2-1 at 6.5
The hosts are well aware that both Barcelona and Atletico Madrid are gathering pace in the title race, and nothing but a win will do here as they look to keep pace.
Karim Benzema to score anytime at 0.3
Benzema has been the key man for Real Madrid so far this season, with six goals in nine La Liga appearances.
He will lead the line again for the home side, even if Bale if ruled out through injury.