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

villarreal vs levante Tip Reason:

Villarreal have amassed 16 points from their last seven La Liga outings (W5, D1 and L1). Levante have lost five of their last six away La Liga matches, and nine from 12 in total on the road this term. Both teams have scored in Villarreal’s last five league matches, and in five of Levante’s last seven away fixtures. Decent point for Villarreal at Jose Zorrilla After five wins from six La Liga games, Villarreal were hoping that they could continue their charge up the table against Valladolid last weekend, but they ultimately had to settle for a 1-1 draw in a closely fought contest at Jose Zorrilla. It was a decent point all told for Javier Calleja’s side considering Valladolid have lost just twice at home this term, and they had to come from behind after Ruben Alcatraz fired Pucela in front 15 minutes in. Gerard Moreno escaped a VAR check to level ten minutes into the second period, and the result keeps Villarreal’s momentum going as they seek to qualify for European football this season. El Submarino are a manageable four points behind the top four and just two points behind the Europa League spots – the latter being their most realistic target considering they have the likes of Getafe, Atletico Madrid and Sevilla in front of them. Nonetheless, this Saturday’s fixture against Levante at La Ceramica presents Villarreal with great chance to get three more points on the board, and they will be disappointed should they fail to oblige, considering Levante have lost five of their last six away league games. More away misery likely for Levante Levante haven’t beaten Villarreal at La Ceramica since October 2011, and you’d be hard pressed to fancy Granotas in their quest to put that right this weekend. Paco Lopez’ side have put up some admirable displays on the road in recent weeks to go down by just a 2-1 scoreline against both Barcelona and Atletico Madrid, but their away defeats are racking up fast with nine suffered in total this term from 12 starts. First half goals from Rochina and Roger Marti earned Levante a confidence boosting success at home to bottom three side Leganes on Matchday 23, but Granotas had previously lost four on the spin and are likely to find matters extremely tough here against an in form Villarreal side, despite beating their opponents 2-1 at Ciutat de Valencia in August’s reverse fixture. Back Villarreal and goals at both ends Villarreal have come a long way since losing to Levante at the start of the campaign though, and it’s difficult to envisage anything but three points for El Submarino Amarillo this Saturday based on their fine recent form, Levante’s continuous problems on the road and Granotas’ poor record at La Ceramica. The host’s warrant inclusion in any weekend multiples at around the 1/2 mark, but anyone seeking individual interest on this fixture should throw both teams to score into the mix as well. Villarreal’s last five La Liga matches have featured goals at both ends, with the same applying to five of Levante’s last seven away league games. At just under 2/1, ‘Villarreal to Win and Both Teams to Score’ is the standout bet, and we’re also going for a 2-1 correct score prediction, with the hosts averaging just a touch over two goals per game at La Ceramica this season.

Villarreal vs Levante Betting Prediction:

Villarreal 2 1 Levante
Tip: Both Teams Score
Odds
1.53
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