Bet9ja Preview: Real Madrid vs Levante: Expect most goals in the first half

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Los Blancos will be eager to net when they clash with Juan Muniz’s side having failed to win their previous duel

Real Madrid welcome Levante to Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Saturday's  Primera Division encounter.

Los Blancos will be eager to return to the winning ways after playing a breathless 2-2 draw with Valencia in their last duel.

The La Liga champions have been unbeaten in four games before the stalemate with Los Che and as such are no match for their hosts.

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Zinedine Zidane’s men have come out on top in 16 of their last 20 meetings with their guests and will be expected to increase the winning streak in this outing. Bet9ja offers (1.09) for the Santiago Bernabéu giants to nick their second win of the 2017/2018 campaign.

The newly promoted  Levante have held on to a draw in two of their last four outings and the betting company is offering (12.25) for them to share the spoils with their hosts.

The Valencia-based outfit are in sixth spot on the log having garnered four points from two duels and will be hoping to build on this when they clash with the Champions League winners but it is most unlikely for them to scratch Los Blancos as they have been tagged underdogs with the betting firm at the price of (19.00) .

Bet9ja has placed a price tag of (1.16) for the encounter to produce more than three goals understandably so because Madrid have registered 15 goals in their last five duels- meaning they have an average of three goals per match in five outings.

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Muniz’s charges have marked six goals in their recent outings and will be expected to find the net in the challenge at the odds of (1.78) .

Real Madrid have gone into the half-time break as leaders in three of their last four outings and Bet9ja is holding up (1.35) for same to happen in the clash.




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