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Atletico Madrid v Barcelona Betting Preview

The first high profile clash of the new La Liga season and with both Atletico and Barcelona having banked wins in their opening two matches it’s a great battle for supremacy as well. The mighty Catalans haven’t been at their devastating best so far this term, so can Atletico battle their way to a home three points against the title favourites?

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Atletico Madrid v Barcelona Betting Tips

Atletico have opened with wins over Sevilla and Las Palmas and both of those were clean sheet victories as well. So the solid defence is well in place and with Barcelona not having hit their impressive attacking heights yet it could push the game under 2.5 goals which is a price of 4/6 at Paddy Power. Atletico are are winless in 10 against Barcelona (D2 L8); their longest drought in top-flight history and even beating Barcelona when they aren’t playing well is a tough thing to ask of any team.

Atletico boss Diego Simeone has never beaten Barcelona as a La Liga manager (D2 L5)  and Los Colchoneros have have conceded more goals to Barca than any other opponent in their top-flight history (307). Since Diego Simeone took charge, Atletico have not lost any of their opening three games of a La Liga season and you know that they will be setting up defensively so could actually be a decent punt to pick up a draw. Atletico have scored a league-high three goals from outside the area this term and running in the anytime goalscorer market Antoine Griezmann is a 7/4 option for the home side.

Barcelona have only managed two goals in two games this season, which is their worst goal tally at this stage since 2008/09. They haven’t impressed yet with 1-0 wins over Athletic Bilbao and Malaga, where defender Thomas Vermaelen came to their rescue with a winner. Luis Suarez scored their other goal of the season and is a 6/4 anytime goalscorer quote behind outright favourite Lionel Messi. Lionel Messi has participated in his side’s last three La Liga goals against Atleti (two goals, one assist).

Barcelona are on a 16 match unbeaten run in the league, having won fourteen of those and they found the back of the net in each of those games in that sequence. On the road Barcelona are unbeaten in 11 (W10 D1), keeping eight clean sheets in the process. They just haven’t been flowing all that well so far this season and have needed 8.5 shots on target to score on average this season in La Liga, Atletico just 2.5, so can Messi and co find their groove and put a big three points on the board?

Atletico Madrid v Barcelona Betting Odds

Barcelona 13/10, Atletico Madrid 23/10, Darw 11/5

Atletico Madrid v Barcelona Predictions

Great looking game although it looks as if it will be a low scoring war of attrition. Barcelona did win all four meetings against Atleti last season and two of those wins were by a 1-0 scoreline. To their credit they have been playing poorly and still getting wins, but they could be frustrated to a draw by the home side.

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11th September 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: European Football Betting


Punters are will now be able to watch free La Liga streams with online betting site Bet365. As part of their brilliant live streaming service which offers a wealth of football matches from across Europe, as well as allowing their customers to indulge in other live sports such as top tier tennis events, basketball and more, now Bet365 punters can enjoy Spanish top flight football.

Barcelona swept their way to a treble last season and they are back trading as 8/11 favourites in the La Liga title race with online betting site Bet365. Once again, the Spanish top flight is likely to come down to a two-horse race between the Catalan giants and their big rivals Real Madrid. Los Merengues are now running under former Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez and they are a 7/4 quote to land the title.

Cristiano Ronaldo, who has won the Golden Boot in the Spanish top flight for the last two seasons running as an 11/10 quote to finish the season as top scorer, with Lionel Messi at 5/4. It’s incredible to look at the market and see huge stars like Luis Suarez at 20/1 and Neymar at 25/1 respectively to land the top prize. Gareth Bale is out at 150/1.

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22nd August 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Bookmaker News


There is a great offer running at Unibet which you will want to get in on. The new Primera Division (La Liga) in Spain gets underway this weekend and reigning champions Barcelona will be out to try and defend their title. The Catalans, fired along of course by an enviable attack of Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez are 8/11 favourites to pick up the title again. As usual the biggest threat to them is Real Madrid who are going at 13/8 to land wrestle the crown back to the Bernabeu.

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22nd August 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

Sports Betting

Bet365’s Top Goalscorer market for the new La Liga season (which stars on Friday night) includes just the five players. That’s it, that’s the sum of everything. The fact of the matter though is that it is not unrealistic that it will be anyone other than one of the five listed players who walk away with the crown of being the top goalscorer this season. Of course, heading up the market there is the familiar site of a Lionel Messi v Cristiano Ronaldo duel going on.

There has been nothing that the bookmaker can produce to split up Messi and Ronaldo this season, both are being offered at an even money quote to top the goalscoring charts this season. The other names really in the mix are Luis Suarez, Neymar and Karim Benzema. But realistically then you can trim Benzema out of the picture as he’s not prolific enough and may yet end up at Arsenal, while Suarez and Neymar, as good as they are will still likely play second fiddle to the Messi and Ronaldo shows.

So it probably will all boil down to a two horse race again, highlighted by the fact that Suarez is 20/1 third favourite to top the La Liga goalscoring charts while Neymar is a 25/1 poke. Adding further weight to it being either Ronaldo or Messi who gets the title, one of them has won the La Liga golden boot in each of the last six seasons. No-one is likely to come along at the moment and break that kind of dominance.

Ronaldo is looking to win it for the third season on the bounce. It was again staggering numbers from both of them last season, Ronaldo banging in 48 goals across the season while Messi chipped in with 43. Just to put into context just how many goals they individually produced, of all the teams which finished 13th and lower in last season’s La Liga, none of them scored as many goals as a club as Lionel Messi alone did. Cristiano Ronaldo scored more goals on his own than fourteen of the other La Liga clubs managed to tally for themselves across the season.

You are talking about phenomenal numbers here. Luis Suarez really looks like the only one in the league who could realistically push them. He finished with a bang last season with nine goals in nine games and netted 16 in total across his 27 league appearances after missing the first two months of the term. As for Neymar, he netted 22 goals in 33 league appearances, but still, stand that up against the returns of Messi and Ronaldo and you are nowhere close.

In the La Liga outright winner market, reigning champions Barcelona are trading at 8/13, with Real Madrid at 7/4. As in the La Liga Top Goalscorer market, it is a two horse race, with Atletico Madrid the nearest contenders at a 16/1 quote with Bet365.

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18th August 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

Ronaldo - Messi

Barcelona v Real Madrid Betting Preview

Real Madrid’s dip in form recently has handed supremacy and perhaps favouritism over to Barcelona in the race to become Spanish champions this season. But this is a big opportunity for Real Madrid to hit back and take over at the top of La Liga again, as they trail their hosts by just the one point in a tight title race. Defeat would leave Carlo Ancelotti’s men facing an uphill struggle to get their hands on the domestic crown.

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Barcelona v Real Madrid Betting Tips

Brilliant match to warm up Sunday evening. Real Madrid are on a two match winning streak in Clasico’s having beaten their rivals in last season’s Copa Del Rey and then again in this season’s La Liga meeting at the Bernabeu. However, it is Barcelona who are running as strong favourites, even though they have already lost two home matches this season. You have to go back to the 2007/08 season to find the last time that they lost three home matches in a single season though. But with a one point lead at the top of the table over Real Madrid, big opportunity to Barcelona stamp their authority on the title race. They are in form, winning nine of their last 10 La Liga outings (L1 – a home defeat against Malaga).

A record breaking 21 El Clasico goals Lionel Messi has scored during his immense career. He has scored eight of Barcelona’s last sixteen goals against Real Madrid too and is up as a quote of 3/1 in the First Goalscorer market at online bookmaker Bet365. Barcelona have the best attack (78 goals scored) and defence (16 conceded) in La Liga this season and only once have they conceded more than two goals in a game (their league defeat against Real earlier in the season). You throw in Luis Suarez and Neymar alongside Messi and you see why they have been so prolific. They have scored 14 goals in their last four home matches in La Liga, and 77% of their games at the Nou Camp have gone over 2.5 goals. The last six El Clasico meetings have done so too.

Real Madrid’s form in the title race suffered a setback recently having been held to a draw against Villarreal and then a loss at Athletic Bilbao. Gareth Bale answered his critics with a brace in a 2-0 win for them over Levante in their last league outing though, but they aren’t in great shape on the road. They have lost two of their last three away games, failing to find the back of the net in both of those defeats. They have put up a W10 D0 L4 record on the road in La Liga this season, and have a W3 L3 record in their last six road games. Only once in the last 30 years have they managed to do the league double over Barcelona too.

You may want to sit down to read this stat, but Cristiano Ronaldo has scored just the two league goals in Real Madrid’s last nine games. He is a man who has been struggling for form, so too Bale, by and large. Bale is a 9/5 quote in the anytime goalscorer market, with Ronaldo, who scored from the penalty spot against Barcelona earlier in the season, at 5/4. Real have been shaky lately and just scraped through their Champions League second leg at home against Schalke, winning out 4-3. They can’t look to the boss for great inspiration either in big clashes, as Carlo Ancelotti has lost five of his seven league clashes with either Atletico Madrid or Barcelona since taking charge of Real Madrid (W1 D1).

Barcelona v Real Madrid Betting Odds

Barcelona 8/13, Draw 10/3, Real MAdrid 15/4

Barcelona v Real Madrid Predictions

Who are the more fluent and confident side at the moment? Barcelona. Three points here would see them take a firm grip of things at the top of La Liga and you would expect it to come. Real Madrid are just looking a bit shaken up at the moment for some reason, and would bank on Barcelona to capitalize on that in a high scoring game over 2.5 goals.

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20th March 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: European Football Betting

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It is a big weekend of football derby action across Europe, with not only the North London derby of Tottenham v Arsenal going off at White Hart Lane on Saturday, and the Sporting v Benfica derby in Portugal, there is a huge Madrid derby to enjoy some top football betting on as well. Atletico Madrid v Real Madrid betting brings forth a huge clash in the title race in the Spanish top flight this season, with Atletico hoping to close up on the gap to leaders Real.

This will be the sixth meeting between the Spanish rivals this season already, having gone up against each other in both the Spanish Super Cup and the Copa del Rey. Atletico, to huge credit, have come away unscathed in those meetings, winning three and drawing two of them. Diego Simeone’s men have won both of their games at home against Real this season, winning both games with a clean sheet in tow.

So the defensive might of Atletico has been in play again this season and they are in a three way tie at the top of the table as the defending championship duel with Barcelona and Madrid for this year’s domestic league crown. The two away meetings at the Vicente Calderon that Real Madrid have taken, have both gone under 2.5 goals, thanks to Atletico defence seeming to have had the handle on their neighbours’ impressive attack.

Atletico Madrid v Real Madrid under 2.5 goals is an option at 4/5 with online betting site Bet365, and still, deposite their dominance over the Bernabeu outfit this season, Atletico are still going as underdogs for the win, priced up at 23/10 with Bet365 to take another home victory against the Merengues. There was a 2-2 draw between them in the corresponding fixture last season, with Real needing a late equaliser to pick up a point.

Real Madrid 6/5 favourites in Madrid Derby

There will be an embarrassment of riches on display in the goalscorer markets again, with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema being joined by the power of Atletico’s attack which comprises of Mario Mandzukic, Antoine Griezmann and local hero Fernando Torres who scored a brace against Real at the Bernabeu in the second leg of their Copa del Rey clash, netting a goal inside the first minute of each half in a 2-2 draw.

Huge talent, huge points and huge bragging points at stake when the two meet at the Vicente Calderon on Saturday, February 7th. Atletico have posted a tremendous W9 D1 L1 record on home soil in the Spanish top flight this season, their only defeat there coming against Villarreal back in mid December. Their defence hasn’t been as watertight as last season, so backing both teams to score at a price of 8/11 will be an attractive option.

Carlo Ancelotti’s Real Madrid have been in impressive form on the road (as they have been at home too) posting a W9 D0 L2 on their travels in the Spanish top flight this season. They have averaged a massive 3.36 goals per game on the road, having shipped at a rate of exactly one per game on the road. Real are 6/5 favourites for the victory at Bet365.

It should be another intriguing, fascinating match up between the two, in one of Europe’s top fixtures. Online betting site Bet365 have a wonderful welcome bonus on offer for next customers. Register an account with them and the bookmaker will match the value of your first deposit with a free bet to enjoy. The maximum bonus through this great new customers promotion is a massive £200 bet.


3rd February 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: European Football Betting

Messi - Neymar (Barcelona)

Barcelona v Atletico Madrid Betting Preview

A dip into La Liga sees a tremendous Barcelona v Atletico Madrid betting clash on Sunday. Both are level on points in second and third in La Liga respectively and therefore both just one point off leaders Real Madrid. So huge points at stake in this one in the title race. Will Barcelona be able to do something they failed to do in six attempts last season, that is beat Atletico?

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Barcelona v Atletico Madrid Betting Tips

Barcelona will be looking for a league bounce back after they lost to David Moyes’ Real Sociedad last weekend. They came under fire too for not having started Lionel Messi in the game (sparking rumours of him leaving), but Barcelona hit their stride again during midweek when they beat Elche 5-0 in the Copa del Rey, Messi netting one from the spot. Worth having a punt on Messi to score, as only against Sevilla (18) has he scored more goals than he has against Atletico Madrid (17) and he is even money in the anytime goalscorer market, joint favorite with Luis Suarez.

Suarez still only has one league goal to his name for Barcelona, with Messi (15) and Neymar (11) carrying the can for them. Barcelona also have Neymar and El Haddadi trading strong at 5/6 in the anytime goalscorer market. The Catalans haven’t lost any of their last eight La Liga match ups against Atletico (W6 D2) but couldn’t get the better of them last season. Barcelona of course have massive strengths at home, and have put up a W7 D0 L1 record there, winning their each of their last three in a row at the Nou Camp, having scored exactly five goals in each.

This fixture has a history of goals in it, because the last fifteen meetings in La Liga between the two have returned a whopping 63 goals at an average of 4.2 per game. Over 2.5 goals is 4/5 quote at online betting site Paddy Power for Sunday’s clash. The Red-and-Whites went six matches unbeaten against Barcelona last season in all competitions (W1 D5), winning the league title with a draw at the Nou Camp, and they knocked them out of the Champions League. So does that make them value for at least a point on Sunday? Atletico are strong defensively, and can boast their own strengths going forward, even with fernando Torres back with them.

Mario Mandzukic and Antoine Griezmann are solid options in he anytime goalscorer market, with Frenchman Griezmann being bang in form having scored five goals in Athleticos last two league matches. Atletico have conceded at a rate of under one goal per game on the road, and have won their last two away from home in the Spanish top fight, part of an overall W5 D1 L2 away record this term. They have enough to frustrate Barcelona again, and won’t be short on confidence after beating rivals Real Madrid in the first leg of their Copa del Rey clash during the week.

Barcelona v Atletico Madrid Betting Odds

Barcelona 4/7, Draw 10/3, Atletico Madrid 9/2

Barcelona v Atletico Madrid Predictions

Tempting to go for a draw, because Atletico have proven that they are no pushovers, and Barcelona couldn’t crack them last term. However, Barcelona are strong at home, and are still worth having a punt on to come away with the three points. Overall, they have the recent home form against the Red and Whites to deliver the goods.

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10th January 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: European Football Betting

Football Betting

From Old Trafford to Spain. That is where ousted former Manchester United boss David Moyes has found himself. He steps back into management for the first time since his failed time in charge of the Red Devils, and he has signed an 18 month contract with Spain’s Real Sociedad who are struggling in the drop zone in the Primera Liga.

Online bookmaker Bet365 have priced up Moyes at a quote of 7/5 to produce a win in his first match in charge of the Spanish club, as they take on Deportivo La Coruna on November 22nd after the international break. Deportivo are also struggling in the relegation zone, sat on nine points like Sociedad are. So a battle of La Liga strugglers is on the cards from Moyes’ return to club management.

Strangely enough, Sociedad have won just the two league matches this season, but they came against the giants of Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid. So that is perhaps a hint that there is talent in the squad for Moyes to work with. Carlos Vela and Inigo Martinez are a couple of names of note, and despite their poor start to the season, Sociedad are out at 22/1 with Bet365 to be relegated to the Segunda Liga.

So can Moyes revive the Basques? There is probably enough in them to warrant having a shot at 11/10 on them to bank themselves a top half of the table finish this season. Sociedad finished in seventh place last season, missing out on a place in Europe. A Champions League spot is a 150/1 outside shot for them this season, while they are 2/7 to make it into Europe next season.

It’s unlikely that they are going to taste any domestic silverware in the Copa del Rey where they are 66/1 shots to go all the way. While they open against lower-league Oviedo, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico are all in the same half of their draw. Not helping their cause there is that Copa del Rey rounds go over two legs until the final, handing further advantage to the big guns.

Bet365 quote Moyes at 25-1 to win any major silverware during the length of his contract which runs until the end of next season but he is a 1/2 shot to outlast his ten-month tenure at Old Trafford, and Moyes is 11/10 to stick out for the duration of his 18th month contract.


13th November 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Football Betting

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Real Madrid v Barcelona Betting Preview

The much anticipated first El Clasico of the season. Which way will it swing? It was honours to Barcelona in the two La Liga meetings last season and the Catalans will be putting an unbreached defence on the line at the Bernabeu. Will the might of Cristiano Ronaldo and his immense goalscoring form, be able to take maximum points for Real against their rivals? Madrid go as 11/8 shots for the win, with Barcelona at 7/4 and the draw at 13/5.

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Real Madrid v Barcelona Betting Tips

Carlo Ancelotti’s men had a slow start to the season, losing two of their first three league matches. But then Cristiano Ronaldo came back to full fitness and they have not looked back since. The former Manchester United man has hit a remarkable 15 goals in La Liga this season in the seven league matches that he has appeared in. Truly an astonishing and record breaking goal scoring start to the season. He has now actually scored in each of his last eleven games played in all competitions, including a stunner at Anfield against Liverpool in the Champions League during the week.

Ronaldo looks an obvious 4/1 choice in the first goalscorer market for the match. However, Real madrid have won just two of their last 12 league meetings with Barcelona, so the result is up for question here. Yes, Real Madrid are in stunning form at the moment, an eight match winning streak in all competitions, but do they have enough to beat Barcelona? They clearly have goals, averaging five per game over their last five league matches, but they haven’t gone up against anything like Barcelona’s defence.

Barcelona have recorded eight clean sheets on the bounce since the start of the season. They are one away from setting their longest run of clean sheets in their league history. Barcelona are unbeaten in 13 league games (W9 D4) and they are unbeaten in 11 league games against sides from Madrid. So they have a bit of history and form going for them, and of course that incredible defence this season. They also have Neymar producing this season, and between them Neymar (eight) and Lionel Messi 9seven) have matched Cristiano Ronaldo’s tally. Messi is 5/1 and Neymar 6/1 in the first goalscorer market.

You would be right to expect goals in this one. Both sides have scored in each of the last 16 Clasicos. Only one of the last fifteen have gone under 2.5 goals. The last fixture between them when both sides failed to score was in the 2011 Champions League semi finals, with Barcelona winning 2-0 at the Bernabeu. It has the makings of a classic. Real Madrid are Europe’s top scorers, Barcelona the only side in Europe not to have conceded a goal this season. A real heavyweight clash.

Real Madrid v Barcelona Betting Odds

Real Madrid 11/8, Barcelona 7/4, Draw 13/5

Real Madrid v Barcelona Predictions

Really tough game to call. Cristiano Ronaldo is at the heart of everything that Real do. That was proven when he wasn’t fit at the start of the season and they struggled. Barcelona have looked methodically brilliant this season under Luis Enrique. They aren’t going to be steamrolled in the match and it may just be worth edging towards a draw. Barcelona would be happy enough with that.

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24th October 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: European Football Betting

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Real Madrid have been one of the explosive hot tickets of the season. Since Cristiano Ronaldo got his season up and running, Carlo Ancelotti’s men haven’t looked back. The former Manchester United man has been in astounding scoring form in La Liga, breaking the record for the most prolific goal scoring start to a new season in the Spanish top flight. Real Madrid have been the ones grabbing all the headlines and they are going as favourites for the weekend’s El Clasico, the first of the 2014/15 season.

But under new manager Luis Enrique, Barcelona have been going about their business in a very quiet, yet very efficient manner. It has been a remarkable start from them and punters have good reason to get behind the visitor to the Bernabeu on Sunday, because they have a formidable defence which has not conceded a single goal in eight league matches so far this season. That is eight clean sheets on the bounce, and is a huge improvement over last season’s efforts. With Barcelona winning both La Liga meetings last season, they do look some good value.

They haven’t been as prolific as Real Madrid in front of goal, who have scored 30 goals in eight games, but Barcelona have returned 22 though, which is a rate of 2.75 per game. The big difference between the two sides, and what has happened to Barcelona this season, is the step up in production of Neymar. He has been clicking far better with the team, has looked sharper than at any stage during his debut season, and now Barcelona have both he and Lionel Messi ticking along with goals.

Real Madrid largely rely on Cristiano Ronaldo for his heavy input, as he has scored half of Real Madrid’s league goals this season. That’s right, half. Barcelona have been upgraded in very subtle ways under Enrique and their defence could be the key factor in this. Real Madrid have conceded at over a goal per game this season, and that is where this one may be won or lost. If the Barcelona back line can stay intact, then they have Messi and Neymar to do the damage up front. The game could also see the return of Barcelona new boy Luis Suarez following his lengthy ban after his World Cup bite.

They aren’t going to care if it is a 1-0 win on the road at their biggest rivals. As long as they get maximum points, then that is all the Catalans will be concerned about. The value on them is not to be dismissed for the first El Clasico of the season, and of course it is probably worth going over 2.5 goals for the meeting and only one of the last fifteen meetings between them have done so. Barcelona have the defence. Can it withstand Cristiano Ronaldo? If they mark him out of the game, (and Real Madrid’s early season form without him, proved that he carries them) then Barcelona could be fantastic value to avoid defeat.

22nd October 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: European Football Betting

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