Also with 15 points separating them from leaders Barcelona with 10 games left to wrap up the campaign, they’ll want to acquire as many points as they can and they are offered at (1.16) with bet365 to bag all three points on their turf.
Any fears of the White and Reds going back to the Segunda Division are far away as they fly high in seventh place, 23 points clear of danger.
The Catalan outfit will be eyeing a place in Europe as they are just two points behind fifth-placed Sevilla. Pablo Macin’s men managed to get the better of Zinedine Zidane’s men last time out and are priced at a massive (17.00) to do a double.
The game ending in a draw is available at odds of (7.50).
Real Madrid have won their last four league games at the Santiago Bernabeu, scoring 19 goals. They are favourites to score the game’s opening goal at (1.20) while it’s (1.22) to see three or more goals produced in the Spanish capital.
As in the reverse leg, both teams finding the back of the net comes in at the price of (1.61).
Cristian Portu has set a record for himself this season by being the only player to score against the current top four (Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Valencia and Real Madrid). The Spanish midfielder is valued at (5.00) to get into the goalscoring act anytime.
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