We’re continuing this season’s La Liga predictions with a 27/4 Sunday treble from the latest round of fixtures in Spain’s top tier.
Widely regarded as one of the most entertaining competitions in Europe, this division should provide plenty of thrills and spills again this term.
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Atletico Madrid to beat Granada @ 1/2
Granada have kicked off the new La Liga campaign with a couple of nice home wins over Athletic Bilbao and Alaves, as well as advancing through two Europa League qualifiers. However, this is a big step up in class and they have lost seven straight away games against Atletico. Los Colchoneros lack the benefit of a competitive outing but received a boost with the capture of Luis Suarez this week. They started out with three straight wins last term and can again hit the ground running.
Sevilla to win at Cadiz @ 39/50
Los Rojiblancos suffered extra-time heartbreak when taking on Bayern Munich in the UEFA Super Cup on Thursday but the Europa League winners emerged from that match with great credit. Backing that up with a win at Cadiz will be tricky, but Julen Lopetegui has built an athletic outfit which seems well equipped to go again so quickly. After finishing fourth last term, Sevilla are being talked of as lively longshots for title glory and must prevail in games like this to justify that billing.
Real Valladolid and Celta Vigo to draw @ 19/10
Valladolid topped the table for home draws last season with 10 stalemates at Jose Zorrilla and began the new campaign by sharing the spoils with Real Sociedad at this venue. Both of their encounters with Celta Vigo ended goalless last term and the visitors drew 0-0 when travelling to Eibar on the opening weekend of this campaign, so it seems reasonable to expect another tight tussle here in our La Liga predictions.
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