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Real Madrid vs Las Palmas Prediction, Preview and Bet

Real Madrid vs Las Palmas Prediction, Betting Tips and Preview

The last match of the day is between Real Madrid and Las Palmas. The match will be played at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. Both teams desperately need a win here. For Real, this is must-win game as they are trailing eight points behind Barcelona, and Las Palmas need any points here in their efforts to escape the relegation zone.

Real Madrid are placed third in the table. They are having somewhat decent results but they are far from the form of the last season. After a loss to Tottenham in the Champions League C. Ronaldo declared that the team was better with Rodriguez, Morata, and Pepe. They have twenty points in the league, and the title seems further and further away. They have ended their winning streak last week when they lost to Girona. The final score was 2-1. Isco opened up the goal scoring sheet early in the first half. In the second half, Girona managed to score two goals in the span of just four minutes. Stuani and Portu scored one goal each respectively.

Las Palmas are placed eighteenth at the table and have only six points. They have one of the worst goal differences in the league, -17. They have gotten two wins and eight losses this season. They haven’t won a league match in over a month and a half. Last week they lost to Deportivo La Coruna. Remy of Las Palmas scored the first goal in the seventh minute. Borges with two and Perez from the penalty spot turned this game around and made it the final 1-3 for Deportivo. If they do not change something in the upcoming weeks they will be in a serious risk of permanently staying in the relegation zone.

When it comes to the previous meetings between these two sides, Real Madrid are the better side, as one would expect. The last two matches between two sides have ended in a draw. In their history, Las Palmas have won just one match against Madrid, back in 2001. The boys from Madrid have won all of the remaining matches.

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Missing players

Real Madrid have several missing players for the match against Las Palmas. Mateo Kovacic, Gareth Bale, Daniel Carvajal and Luca Zidane are injured and they can't play on Sunday night. Raphael Varane and Keylor Navas are not fully fit and they are doubtful for the match. All other players are available for the match and they will try to score from the first minute.

On the other side Las Palmas have three missing players for this game. Alen Halilovic, Oussama Tannane and Jonathan Viera are injured and they can't play on this match. All other players are fully fit and ready to play.

Possible starting lineups

Real Madrid: Casilla; Marcelo, varane, Ramos, Hakimi; Kroos, Casemiro, Modric; Isco; Ronaldo, Benzema

Las Palmas: Lizoain; Macedo, Lemos, Bigas, Castellano; Tana, Samper, Gomez; Vitolo, Calleri, Remy

Real Madrid vs Las Palmas Prediction

This match is going to be a true ticket booster game and you shouldn't miss to bet on. Real Madrid like to play offensive football and they have scored at least 2 goals in 17 of their last 20 home matches. They are undefeated in 27 of their last 29 home matches. On the other side Las Palmas are not in good form and they have conceded at least 3 goals in their last 4 matches. They have failed to score in 7 of their last 8 away matches and must be underdogs Tonight. It will be an interesting game with lots of scoring chances, of course for the hosts.

Our prediction and betting tips for the match Real Madrid vs Las Palmas Prediction: Real Madrid to win. The hosts are highly motivated for the match and we expect from them to hammer Las Palmas. Our second betting pick for the match is Over 4.5 goals. Have a nice betting day and good luck in earning money with our football prediction and betting tips.

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