Soccer Tips - La Liga Week 6 Best Value Matches

Gabe Morency

Thursday, September 22, 2016 7:43 PM UTC

Thursday, Sep. 22, 2016 7:43 PM UTC

[embed]https://youtu.be/vjeYQ-xpzqU[/embed] With games almost every night in La Liga right now we’re certainly being kept busy. Round 6 starts on Friday night with the Real Betis v Malaga match and carries on through to Monday where.
<p>[embed]https://youtu.be/vjeYQ-xpzqU[/embed]</p><p>With games almost every night in La Liga right now we’re certainly being kept busy. Round 6 starts on Friday night with the Real Betis v Malaga match and carries on through to Monday where Deportivo Alaves vs. Granada caps things off.</p><p>With a full round of matches scheduled there are a fair number of matches to analyse but I’ve managed to whittle down my choices to 3 games.</p><p> </p><p><strong>Athletic Bilbao vs. Sevilla </strong>Sevilla have shown some solid form this season and currently sit in second place in the league. They’re yet to lose a league game this season but that record is going to be put to the test by Athletic Bilbao who currently sitting in 7<sup>th</sup> place with 3 wins and 2 losses.</p><p>Traditionally Sevilla have a much stronger head to head record that Athletic but things have got a lot closer in recent seasons with Athletic slightly ahead going back to the 2013/13 season.</p><p>With both sides having a good scoring record in this fixture I was tempted to back Both Teams To Score (Yes) but in the end, I decided to take a bigger risk and back Sevilla to win at the San Mamés stadium at odds of 3.67 with Pinnacle.</p><p><strong>Las Palmas vs. Real Madrid </strong>Real Madrid failed to win their 17<sup>th</sup> consecutive game on Wednesday night as they only managed a draw against Villarreal. They’ll be looking to get back on track this weekend against one of the weaker sides in the league.</p><p>Real Madrid have won 5 out of the 6 games they’ve played in League competition against Las Palmas. Their only loss came back in 2001. There has never been a draw between these two sides and Madrid won both of these fixtures last season.</p><p>Las Palmas are actually in pretty good form with 3 wins in their last 5 matches but Real Madrid are looking to take the title this season and have only dropped points in one match so far.</p><p>I’m backing Real Madrid to overcome a 1.5 goal handicap at <a href="http://www.sportsbookreview.com/Sportsbook/?v=4810&amp;book=Bet365">odds of 1.98 with bet365</a>.</p><p><strong>Alaves vs. Granada </strong>This is the last match of the round and my last bet of the weekend in La Liga. I’ve placed this bet before and it’s been profitable for me so far this season so I’m going to stick with it and hope it can do the business for me one more time.</p><p>Alaves are a side set up to be hard to beat and they’ve achieved that so far this season with 3 draws and 1 win in their 4 matches so far (1 to be played before they play Granada). Only one of those 4 matches has gone over 2.5 goals and that was against Barcelona (who they beat).</p><p>Granada have lost 3 out of their 5 matches and although they’ve scored in each of their league matches so far, they only scored two goals in a match once.</p><p>My selection for this one is Under 2.5 goals as I expect this to be a tight match with neither side wanting to risk too much. This is my lowest odds selection of the round at <a href="http://www.sportsbookreview.com/Sportsbook/?v=4825&amp;book=Pinnacle">1.69 with Pinnacle</a> but there’s value there and this is a bet I like very much.</p><p> </p>
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