Granada CF +3 (-105) 4 (-140) +2000
Real Madrid -3 (-115) 4 (+120) -1150
Granada CF/Real Madrid Draw +1250
Soccer fans can expect Granada to attempt to create long shot opportunities as well as play the offside trap on this one, seeing as how one of Real Madrid’s few weaknesses is avoiding offside. On the other hand, fans can also expect the visiting team to play in their own half, which does not bode well for them given that Real is very adept at controlling the game in the opposing team’s half.
In addition to that, Granada has trouble defending against skilled players, of which Real is in no shortage of – Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale, Toni Kroos come to mind, all of whom have been named Man of the Match on multiple occasions. Granada has only defeated Madrid once since 2012; a 1-0 upset on February 2013 at Estadio Nuevo Los Cármenes (also the only time they have shutout Real Madrid). Conversely, Real has beat Granada by more than three goals on four occasions, including a 9-1 blowout on April 2015.
Granada (1-6-9) stands 19th in the league table with nine points, 14 goals scored, and 33 goals allowed (-19 goal difference). Artem Kravets has scored four goals, Mehdi Carcela-Gonzalez has scored three, and Lomban has scored two. Alberto Bueno has two assists, Kravets has two, and Andreas Pereira has one. Uche has five yellow cards, Pereira has four, and Lomban has four. Ruben Vezo has one red card. Diego Mainz, Isaac Success, and Dimitri Foulquier are injured. Granada has one clean sheet and has failed to score on four occasions.
Granada sports gambling lines trends: 1-2 straight-up in three of the last five Liga games, 1-9 straight-up in the last 10 games versus Real Madrid, and 0-5 straight-up in the last five visits to Santiago Bernabeu Stadium. Granada’s offshore gambling over/under record is 8-8 (overall), 3-5 (home), 5-3 (away), and 6-4 (against Real Madrid).
Real Madrid (11-4-0) leads the Spanish league with 19 points, 40 goals scored, and 14 goals allowed (+26 goal difference). Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 10 goals, Alvaro Morata has scored five, and Gareth Bale has scored five. Toni Kroos has seven assists, Isco has three, and Lucas Vazquez has three. Daniel Carvajal has four yellow cards, Sergio Ramos has five, and Morata has four. Real has no red cards. Lucas is injured. Real has four clean sheets and has yet to fail to score in a single Liga game.
Real Madrid sports gambling lines trends: 7-0 straight-up in the last eight Liga games, 4-0 straight-up in the last four home games, 9-1 straight-up in the last 10 games versus Granada, and 5-0 in the last five games hosting Granada. Real’s offshore gambling over/under record is 11-4 (overall), 6-2 (home), 5-2 (away), and 6-4 (against Granada).