Real Madrid vs Real Betis Match Info
Match date: 19thMay 2019
Kick-Off: 11.00 am
Stadium: Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid.
Real Madrid vs Real Betis Head to Head Record
Last 3 meetings:
13 Jan 2019 Real Betis 1 – 2 Real Madrid
18 Feb 2018 Real Betis 3 – 5 Real Madrid
20 Sep 2017 Real Madrid 0 – 1 Real Betis
Matches played: 45
Real Madrid wins: 24
Real Betis wins: 8
Real Madrid vs Real Betis Stats
- Real Madrid come into the match with a 3-1 loss at Real Sociedad behind them
- Real Betis have beaten Huesca (2-1) to end a five-match winless streak
- Los Blancos bagged a 1-2 win over the rivals earlier this term and four wins in the last five clashes
Real Madrid vs Real Betis Match Preview
Real Madrid host Real Betis on the final day of the campaign looking to bounce from another disappointment on the road, as Real Sociedad beat them 3-1 and certainly shocked the travelling fans despite no high stakes involved – as Brahim Diaz found the opener but Imanol Alguacil completed a second-half comeback.
Los Blancos have thus seen their unpredictable spell of form on the road continue and Zinedine Zidane will surely have a lot on his mind. However, his men have been more confident at this ground and this has been more than obvious lately, as they bagged five consecutive wins since mid-March.
Real Betis don’t have much to play for except their pride now either, as they fell well behind the league’s top 6 through a troubled spell of form since mid-April. However, they’ve ended the unwanted streak with a 2-1 win over Huesca just last week and will now want to show off as a tough nut to crack too.
Beticos haven’t really been able to bag points on the road, though, and travel to Santiago Bernabeu after seeing losses at Real Sociedad (2-1), Sevilla (3-2), Levante (4-0), and Eibar (1-0) since early April. The will now want more but getting it in Madrid cannot be easy.
We will thus stick with Real Madrid to capitalize on the rivals’ woes and bag all three points, where a Home win comes at 11/20 with William Hill and has bee rated buying money for old rope by many.
We do hope to see goals and we’ve largely seen Real Madrid struggled for stability. Sergio Ramos is sidelined with an injury and this could bring more troubles on the day, as we now also go heavy for a Yes on Both teams to score at just 2/5 with bet365.
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