Standings

# Team MP W D L F A G P
1 Barcelona 27 18 4 5 63 31 +32 58
2 Real Madrid 27 16 8 3 49 19 +30 56
3 Sevilla 27 13 8 6 39 29 +10 47
4 Real Sociedad 27 14 4 9 45 33 +12 46
5 Getafe 27 13 7 7 37 25 +12 46
6 Atlético de Madrid 27 11 12 4 31 21 +10 45
7 Valencia 27 11 9 7 38 39 -1 42
8 Villarreal 27 11 5 11 44 38 +6 38
9 Granada 27 11 5 11 33 32 +1 38
10 Athletic Bilbao 27 9 10 8 29 23 +6 37
11 Osasuna 27 8 10 9 34 38 -4 34
12 Real Betis 27 8 9 10 38 43 -5 33
13 Levante 27 10 3 14 32 40 -8 33
14 Deportivo Alavés 27 8 8 11 29 37 -8 32
15 Real Valladolid 27 6 11 10 23 33 -10 29
16 Eibar 27 7 6 14 27 41 -14 27
17 Celta Vigo 27 5 11 11 22 34 -12 26
18 Mallorca 27 7 4 16 28 44 -16 25
19 Leganes 27 5 8 14 21 39 -18 23
20 Espanyol 27 4 8 15 23 46 -23 20

Results

Tuesday, March 10, 2020
Eibar 1 - 2 Real Sociedad
Sunday, March 8, 2020
Real Betis 2 - 1 Real Madrid
Villarreal 1 - 2 Leganes
Levante 1 - 1 Granada
Real Valladolid 1 - 4 Athletic Bilbao
Osasuna 1 - 0 Espanyol
Saturday, March 7, 2020
Getafe 0 - 0 Celta Vigo
Barcelona 1 - 0 Real Sociedad
Atlético de Madrid 2 - 2 Sevilla
Eibar 1 - 2 Mallorca
Friday, March 6, 2020
Deportivo Alavés 1 - 1 Valencia
Sunday, March 1, 2020
Real Madrid 2 - 0 Barcelona
Mallorca 0 - 1 Getafe
Espanyol 1 - 1 Atlético de Madrid
Athletic Bilbao 1 - 0 Villarreal
Sevilla 3 - 2 Osasuna
Saturday, February 29, 2020
Granada 0 - 0 Celta Vigo
Leganes 1 - 1 Deportivo Alavés
Valencia 2 - 1 Real Betis
Eibar 3 - 0 Levante

Fixtures

Sunday, March 15, 2020
Real Madrid 8:30 PM Eibar
Sevilla 8:30 PM Real Betis
Valencia 8:30 PM Levante
Athletic Bilbao 8:30 PM Atlético de Madrid
Mallorca 8:30 PM Barcelona
Real Sociedad 8:30 PM Osasuna
Leganes 8:30 PM Real Valladolid
Espanyol 8:30 PM Deportivo Alavés
Celta Vigo 8:30 PM Villarreal
Granada 8:30 PM Getafe
Sunday, March 22, 2020
Osasuna 8:30 PM Atlético de Madrid
Real Madrid 8:30 PM Valencia
Real Valladolid 8:30 PM Celta Vigo
Levante 8:30 PM Sevilla
Villarreal 8:30 PM Mallorca
Barcelona 8:30 PM Leganes
Deportivo Alavés 8:30 PM Real Sociedad
Getafe 8:30 PM Espanyol
Real Betis 8:30 PM Granada
Eibar 8:30 PM Athletic Bilbao

getafe vs valencia Tip Reason:

Getafe posted their third consecutive La Liga win and clean sheet last weekend, when beating Athletic Bilbao 0-2 at San Mames. Pepe Bordalas’ side have lost just two of their last 16 home league games, winning five of their last seven. Valencia have a poor away record this term with three wins, two draws and five defeats from ten, including a 4-1 thumping at the hands of 17th placed Mallorca when last on their travels three weeks ago. Three and easy for Getafe Athletic Bilbao had suffered just one defeat from their last 24 home matches prior to last weekend, but Getafe made light of that statistic as they ran out impressive 0-2 winners at San Mames. After taking control ten minutes before the break thanks to a rasping shot from Damian Suarez, Jaime Mata sealed the deal via the penalty spot early in the second period to land Getafe’s third straight victory and clean sheet in La Liga. The result moved the Madrilenians into third ahead of Sevilla after Los Palanganas failed to beat Alaves at home, and Pepe Bordalas’ side look in great shape as they seek to better last season’s fifth place finish and qualify for the Champions League for the first time in their history. Getafe face another test this Saturday against a Valencia side who have worked their way up to fifth in recent weeks, and a defeat here to Los Che would see them usurped by their opponents in the top four. But based on current form and five wins from their last seven at home, Getafe will be confident that they can extend their winning streak to four matches at the expense of Albert Celades’ side. Questions to answer for Valencia on the road And Getafe’s own form isn’t the only reason why a home win appears most likely this weekend. Valencia have beaten Barcelona (2-0) and Celta Vigo (1-0) at Mestalla in their last two league outings to propel themselves to within touching distance of the top four, however they still have major questions to answer in terms of their away form. Los Che have lost five of their ten away matches in La Liga this season, including a dismal 4-1 beating against Mallorca at Son Moix three weeks ago. It was as though they never travelled at all to Saudi Arabia when losing 1-3 to Real Madrid in the Supercopa last month, and they head into this weekend’s fixture on the back of a 2-1 away defeat to Granada in the Copa Del Rey. Los Che snatched a 0-1 win when the sides met at Coliseum Alfonso Perez in the league last term, but a repeat looks highly unlikely this time around, based on the majority of what we’ve seen from Valencia outside of Mestalla this season. Get behind Getafe this weekend Valencia are hardly a team to dismiss lightly after their recent victory against the champions, and they have moved quietly up through the pack in recent weeks following an indifferent start to the campaign. However, aside from their 0-1 Champions League triumph at Ajax, Albert Celades’ charges have consistently failed to produce their best football on the road this term. Coliseum Alfonso Perez isn’t a place you want to be when struggling. Getafe have won five from their last seven here and have lost just two of their last 16 home league matches, so we’re confidently predicting another win for Pepe Bordalas’ men this Saturday at around evens. Valencia have managed to score in each of their last nine away league games despite their troubles, but that run could end here against a Getafe backline who have been rock solid of late. The hosts have kept three straight clean sheets and four from their last six at home, so we’re predicting a 2-0 correct score for Getafe this weekend, as Bordalas’ side look to cement their position in the top four.

Getafe vs Valencia Betting Prediction:

Getafe 3 0 Valencia
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