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Levante were one of five teams to turn over Real Madrid at Santiago Bernabeu in 2018/19 and Granotas will be confident
that they can shake up Los Merengues again this Saturday after posting back to back league wins before the international break.
Real Madrid began their campaign in good style on Matchday 1 with an easy 1-3 win over Celta Vigo at Balaidos, however Zidane’s side have failed to build on that result in their two subsequent outings.
Last time out, Madrid struggled for large parts of the game at Villarreal, and only managed to escape Estadio de la Ceramica
with a 2-2 draw thanks to a Gareth Bale equaliser late in the piece – the second goal of a double salvo for the Welshman.
Bale turned in another fine display for Los Merengues in Valencia; however a late red card means he will miss out on this Saturday’s action.
Whilst Real don’t seem to have been clicking 100% in their three outings this term
they have still averaged two goals per game and their overall quality undoubtedly means they are the most likely winners on Matchday 4.
Nonetheless, the hosts are terribly under-priced based on the result in last season’s corresponding fixture alone.
And Levante come into this encounter one place above Real in 4th after beating Villarreal (2-1) and Valladolid (2-0) at home – the two sides which Madrid have failed to overcome.
Levante’s overall travelling record in recent times is fairly poor – their 1-0 loss at Alaves on the opening day was their ninth defeat from their last 12 La Liga matches on the
however Granotas have managed to find the net in four of their last half dozen matches away.
And their general goal scoring stretching back to the final third of last term is excellent
Paco Lopez’ men have netted in all but two of their last 14 La Liga games, bagging 26 goals in total across that period.
With Real conceding in their last seven La Liga outings and in five of their last six at the Bernabeu, we feel it’s best to avoid the match betting here in favour of backing both teams to score
Although, it’s Real who have been chalked up as long odds-on favourites for this clash, but we don’t envisage Zinedine Zidane’s side getting everything their own way.