Real Madrid v Getafe Preview

September 21, 2013 | By

2013 Premier League Asia Trophy Free Bets No Deposit Required Primera La Liga action Sunday Evening comes from the Estadio Santiago Bernabéu featuring Real Madrid versus Getafe.

View our Betting Preview, Tips, Predictions and Match Odds for the game that can be seen exclusively Live on Sky Sports 1 High Definition, with a scheduled 18:00pm (BST) Kick Off Time.

Real Madrid v Getafe Preview, Primera La Liga, Sunday 22nd September 2013

Real Madrid slipped up last weekend when only managing a 2-2 draw away against Villarreal and with Barcelona and Atletico Madrid so far having both had a 100% record from their opening four games coach Carlo Ancelotti’s side can’t afford to drop any more points in this tough looking game against Getafe.

Getafe managed their first win of the new season last weekend, when beating Osasuna 2-1 at home but this is an altogether much tougher match and from what they have shown so far, it doesn’t look good for coach Luis Garcia’s side and it does seem that they will try and defend in large number in this game and hope to keep the Real Madrid goals to a minimum.

Real Madrid v Getafe Team News

Real Madrid Team News:

Xabi Alonso is the only player missing for the coach Carlo Ancelotti as he continues to recover from a metatarsal fracture. Gareth Bale should start and will no doubt be hoping to have a bit more of an impact than he current has at his new club.

Attacking midfielder Isco Alarcon is the clubs current top goalscorer having scored three so far this season.

Getafe Team News:

The visitors have no reported injuries or suspensions and coach Luis Garcia can choose his strongest lineup for this one on Sunday evening which will probably be a 4-2-3-1 formation with Nicolas Fedor leading the attack up front.

Striker Nicolas Fedor is the clubs current top goalscorer this season having scored twice.

Real Madrid v Getafe Head to Head Statistics

27/01/13 PRD Real Madrid – Getafe 4 : 0
26/08/12 PRD Getafe – Real Madrid
2 : 1
04/02/12 PRD Getafe – Real Madrid 0 : 1
10/09/11 PRD Real Madrid – Getafe 4 : 2
10/05/11 PRD Real Madrid – Getafe 4 : 0

Who Has The Advantage?

Sunday evening’s game will become the 19th meeting between the two clubs. Real Madrid have won 11 times, Getafe have won 5 times and there has been 2 draws.

Recent meetings show Real Madrid with a commanding advantage having won 4 of the previous 5 matches played between the two sides, with Getafe winning the remaining game in the reverse fixture last season 2-1.

Average Goals Per Game?

53 goals have been scored in the previous 18 games played between the two clubs which provides us with an average goals per game statistic of 2.94 which strongly suggests we should see at least a couple of goals grace the net come Sunday night.

Real Madrid v Getafe Recent Form

Real Madrid: W W W D W

Getafe: D L D L W

Real Madrid dominate the recent form statistics having won 4 of their previous 5 games played. Getafe have struggled in their last 5 matches played having managing to win just 1.

Real Madrid v Getafe Match Betting Odds Market.

Real Madrid can’t afford to lose this game having already dropped 2pts last time out and with home advantage where they rarely lose games the online bookmakers don’t see a shock happening, with a best price of 1/8 with Bet365 (£200 Free Bets for New Customers) currently available.

The Draw has only happened twice between these two sides in 18 previous matches and doesn’t look a likely outcome in this game so odds of 10/1 with BetVictor (£25 Free Bets for New Customers) are unlikely to see much interest one would imagine.

Getafe did cause a bit of an upset in the reverse fixture in the league last season, but they haven’t had the best of starts this season and despite winning their last game out, it really would come as a huge shock if they were to win this match so no surprise to see the visitors as big as 25/1 with BetVictor (£25 Free Bets for New Customers) to send the Real Madrid fans home disappointed.

Real Madrid v Getafe Match Predictions, Tips & First Goal Scorer Bets.

Real Madrid have scored 4 goals in each of the last three meetings against Getafe when playing at the Bernabeu Stadium and with the abundance of talent they have in their squad I would expect to see them score at least a few in this one.

Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo both start this game and these two players have so much pace, the Gefafe defence are going to be in for an extremely difficult evening and both players could easily get their names on the score-sheet during this one.

No value in taking Real Madrid to win this on the fixed odds, but the Asian Handicap could provide some value along with the goals market especially with the goal stats suggesting at least a few goals to be scored in this game as no doubt the main question many people will be asking is just how many will Real Madrid win by Sunday night ?

The Verdict

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