La Liga Round 18 – Best Predictions & Tips

Gabe Morency

Saturday, January 14, 2017 2:47 AM UTC

Saturday, Jan. 14, 2017 2:47 AM UTC

After some great winning tips in round 17 (75% winning rate) we are preparing some amazing picks for week 18 a round dominated by the clash Sevilla (2nd place in the standings) vs. Real Madrid.
<p>After some great winning tips in round 17 (75% winning rate), we are preparing some amazing picks for week 18, a round dominated by the clash Sevilla (2nd place in the standings) vs. Real Madrid (1st place in the Spanish La Liga). The only big surprise of round 17 was the draw between Villarreal and Barcelona (1-1 FT). As a result, The Blaugrana have dropped into 3rd place, 1point under Sevilla and 5 points off Los Blancos and their hopes for the title are shrinking with every round that is passing. Let’s find the real value bets for round 18:</p><p></p><p><strong>Deportivo La Coruna vs. Villarreal</strong></p><p>Villarreal, with some amazing players, have showed real determination and skills vs. Barcelona. They managed not to lose against the reigning champs, and thus maintaining their 5th spot heading into week 18. With a rock solid defense, the Yellow Submarine will travel to Deportivo La Coruna, with hopes to return with the 3 points. One of the key players of Deportivo La Coruna, Ryan Babel, has signed with Besiktas and he will be much missed, but the quality of the players from their attack (Joselu and Andone) is giving them strength for the rest of the season. My betting predictions for this game are really simple: Villarreal to win the match @2.63 with Bet365 (small stake); Villarreal to win with draw-no-bet @1.91 <a href=";book=Betvictor">with Bet Victor</a> (medium to high stake). So in case of a draw, we will take our money back.</p><p> </p><p><strong>Sevilla vs. Real Madrid</strong></p><p>Real Madrid extended their undefeated streak to equal Barcelona’s record (39 matches) after a comfortable 5-0 victory over Granada. Los Blacos have only dropped 8 points this season and are dominating La Liga with style, eager to win the title this year. Sevilla and Real Madrid will meet 2 times in 1 week: in the 2nd leg of the Spanish Cup (1st leg score: 3-0 to Real Madrid) on Thursday and in the domestic league on Sunday. Sevilla are having a great season so far and they will do everything not to lose against Real Madrid. On their turf, Servilla are a force, they have only lost 1 match from 8, and that was against Barcelona. Statistically and according to recent performances, Los Blancos should win this fixture but it will be really tough. Only 1 time in the last 10 meetings we saw “under 3 goals” between this two teams. We are expecting a match dominated from the beginning by Real Madrid, but that doesn’t mean that Sevilla will not score. My picks for this match: Real Madrid to win the match @2.05 with Unibet; both teams to score and over 2.5 goals @1.9 with Bet365</p><p> </p><p><strong>Malaga vs. Real Sociedad</strong></p><p>We should see an exciting match between 2 teams that are coming after lost matches. Real Sociedad are playing surprisingly good this year, and they are now in 6th place which is offering them the possibility to play in the European Cups at the end of the season. They should bounce back after the lost match against Sevilla and try to be more disciplined and organized. Real Sociedad are doing well also in the Cup, and before playing against Malaga in the Spanish La Liga on Monday, they will play the 2nd leg match in the Cup vs. Villareal after winning the 1st leg 3-1. Malaga haven’t been in good form lately, losing 3 matches in a row in all competitions, but the fact that they are scoring in most of the matches is giving us hope for a contest full of goals. Best picks for this game: over 2.5 goals in the match @2.05 with Bet Victor; Real Sociedad to win with draw-no-bet @2.05 <a href=";book=Bet365">with Bet365</a></p><p> </p><p><strong>Extra tip:</strong></p><p>Leganes vs Athletic Bilbao - best pick : Athletic Bilbao to win the match @2.45 <a href=";book=William Hill">with William Hill</a></p>
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