Real Madrid hosts Osasuna at the Santiago Bernabeu on September 25, 2019 as the Spanish La Liga continues.

“Soccer" Real Madrid

Real Madrid was established in 1902 and is one of the highest earning football clubs in 2019 at $4.2B in income. The Los Blancos are among three founding members of the Football League who have never been relegated from the top flight since its inception in 1929. They were the first football club to win the back to back Champions League titles and then broke their own record by winning a third straight in May 2018.

The Los Blancos have won a record 33 La Liga titles, 19 Copa del Rey 10 Supercopa de Espana and a Copa de Liga. In European competition, they have won a total of 13 European Cup titles, two UEFA Cups and four UEFA Super Cups. Real Madrid has also won a record seven club football championships.

Real Madrid is ranked 3rd in the La Liga with a Goal Difference of +4. They have scored a total of 10 goals on the season, putting them in 4th place in the scoring department. Real has allowed a total of six goals on the season, ranking them at 9th overall. They also rank second in the league in Assists with all of their ten goals assisted.

Karim Benzema is off to a flying start with five goals scored in four matches played. Gareth Bale has scored two goals while Lucas Vazquez has one goal for the Los Blancos. Bale and Benzema also have one assist each while Dani Carvajal leads the team with three assists. Goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has allowed six goals and has seven saves on the season.

What are the Moneyline Odds?

Real Madrid






Odds from as of 9/19/19

“Soccer" CA Osasuna

Club Atletico Osasuna was established in 1920 in Pamplona, Spain. Known as the Los Rojillos, Osasuna were the winners of the  2018/19 Segunda Division with a victory over Cordoba last May. The win earned them a return to La Liga after being relegated in 2017 following a 19th place finish in the La Liga final table that year. Overall, they’ve played 75 seasons in the top two tiers of the Spanish Football system, including 38 in the La Liga.

Osasuna has never won the La Liga title and their best finish in top flight was 4th in 2005/06 when they earned a trip to the UEFA Champions League. Osasuna has won the second division four times including last season and they have won the third division a total of seven times. Osasuna also finished as Copa del Rey runners-up in 2005.

CA Osasuna ranks 8th in the league in Goal Difference at +1. They have scored just four goals this season which puts them in 13th place. Osasuna is also 10th in assists with three on the season and they have conceded a total of three goals this season which is ranked 3rd overall in the La Liga.

Roberto Torres has scored two goals this season while Ezequiel Avila and Robert Ibanez have one goal each. Torres and Avila also have one assist for his club while Brandon Thomas has also contributed one assist. On defense, Goalkeeper Ruben has allowed just three goals in five matches with a total of seven saves on the season.

“Soccer" Who Wins?

Real Madrid is a huge soccer betting favorite to beat Osasuna. The Los Blancos are not just playing at home but they are unbeaten in five matches with a record of 3-2-0 SU. Real Madrid is coming off a 1-0 win over Sevilla and they have not conceded a goal in their last two matches.

On the other hand, Osasuna is currently 8th spots behind Real Madrid at #10 in the La Liga. They have a record of 1-4-0 SU, which also means they have yet to lose a match this season. However, since beating Leganes in week 1, Osasuna has not won a match either. Their last outing was a scoreless draw against Real Betis.

Head to head, Real Madrid has lost once in their last 10 meetings against Osasuna. The Los Blancos are 7-2-1 SU against Osasuna during that period, including 3-0-0 SU in their last three encounters. Real Madrid has outscored Osasuna 11-3 during those three games.

I think Real Madrid is having a fine season. Defense was their problem early on but in their last two matches, that defense has showed up. Osasuna has yet to lose a match this season too but their inability to put the ball on the back of the net has held them to four draws in their last four matches. I think Real Madrid’s offensive talent is going to be the difference here. With their starts slowly getting healthy, I think Real Madrid takes this home win. Prediction: Real Madrid

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