AccessBET Preview: Levante v Real Madrid: Back Zidane’s charges to score in both halves

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JAVIER SORIANO
Juan Muniz’s men have a terrible record against Los Blancos and look set for another struggle with the men from Madrid paying a visit this weekend

Levante host 33-time Primera Division champions Real Madrid at the Estadio Ciudad de Valencia on Saturday evening.

Los Granotas clawed their way back from two goals down to draw with struggling Deportivo La Coruna 2-2.

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The result leaves them in 16th place, just two points from safety and will have it all to do against their resurgent opponents. AccessBET has tagged them as the underdogs at odds of (12.50).

Los Blancos seem to have finally found their rhythm having recorded back to back massive wins over Depor and Valencia.

They might still be 19 points behind leaders Barcelona but are clear favourites for this one at odds of (1.22).

The same betting firm offers odds of (7.20) for the game to end in a stalemate after 90 minutes.

Levante are winless in their last 10 games against Real Madrid. Zinedine Zidane’s men look good to score in both halves at (1.59).

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Juan Muniz’s side are winless in their last nine league games, failing to score in six of them. Real Madrid have not impressed at the back generally this season so it’s both teams to score at (1.85).

Levante’s last 10 meetings with Los Blancos has seen them concede an average of 3.1 goals per game. Backing that outcome in Valencia is available at (1.36).

Cristiano Ronaldo’s goalscoring touch seems to be coming back as he has scored four goals in his last two league games. The Portuguese international has had a hand in 18 goals against Levante and is AccessBET’s favourite to score first at (2.85) and (1.36) anytime.

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