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La Liga betting tips: 5 best bets for the games between November 10-11

Ben Darvill 8 Nov 2018
Barcelona's forward Luis Suarez. (Photo by BENJAMIN CREMEL/AFP/Getty Images)

La Liga betting tips: 5 best bets for the games between November 10-11. Read on for our best bets for the games in La Liga this weekend including Real Betis' trip to face Barcelona, and Alaves' match against struggling Huesca.

Atletico Madrid vs Athletic Bilbao (Saturday, 17:30 GMT)

Atletico Madrid have been in good form this season, with the side currently sitting in fourth-place in the league with 20 points. Atleti may have been disappointed by their home draw with struggling Leganes last time out, but they hit back immediately in the Champions League with a 2-0 win over Borussia Dortmund in Europe’s top competition. Athletic Bilbao arrive with just a single win to their name along with seven draws and three losses. On the road they are yet to win a single game, while their hosts have only drawn once at home, winning their other four matches. With this in mind, backing Atleti is the only way to go, which is shown by the fact they are huge odds-on favourites. With this in mind, we instead recommend backing Antoine Griezmann, who has scored two in his last two games and looks in great form once again. 

Alaves vs Huesca (Sunday, 11:00 GMT)

What a season it is proving to be for Alaves so far, with the side sitting in the lofty heights of fifth-place right now. After 11 matches they have won six, drawn twice and lost three times, meaning they are level on points with Atletico Madrid, and three clear of Real Madrid. Huesca on the other hand are struggling massively. 11 games have come and gone and resulted in just one win, with three draws and seven defeats meaning the side are propping up the table. Scoring nine goals is simply not good enough at this stage of the season, while they have conceded 23 goals, the joint-most in the league. Even at this early stage of the competition, the away side look doomed and Alaves will see them as three points there for the taking. 

Barcelona vs Real Betis (Sunday, 15:15 GMT)

Barcelona continue their league campaign after what was a disappointing 1-1 draw with Inter Milan in the Champions League, as the side dropped points for the first time in Europe this season. Last weekend, they were indebted to a Luis Suarez brace, with the forward scoring a 90th minute winner in the game to sink Rayo Vallecano in a 3-2 win for the league leaders. Real Betis arrive currently sit in 14th in the league with 13 points, meaning they are just four clear of Leganes in 18th with the threat of relegation ever-present. Their last match was a 3-3 draw with Celta Vigo which was an exciting game that saw them pick up a point after they have gone 3-2 down with only six minutes still to play. While Betis will hope to make the most of the fact that Barca played in midweek, we do not foresee anything but a home win, with the Camp Nou a fortress that few leaves with points from. Instead, we are recommending backing Luis Suarez to score, with the forward now La Liga’s top scorer with nine goals and five in his last two games, which means he is incredibly likely to score judging on his current run of form.

Sevilla vs Espanyol (Sunday, 17:30 GMT)

Sevilla have continued to go from strength to strength this season and they currently find themselves just four points behind Barcelona at the top of the La Liga table. Six wins, two draws and three defeats along with 22 goals scored is a good record, but the fact they have conceded 13 goals this season will worry the side. Espanyol have also been very good this season and they currently sit in second in the league with 21 points after a superb run of form has seen them win six times and lose just twice. The two have not been particularly prolific in recent weeks, with Sevilla held to two goalless draws in their last two matches, while Espanyol have netted just three times in their last three games. At home, Sevilla are far more free-scoring though, and with their last two matches being away from home, we feel they will likely get back to finding the back of the net in a victory on Sunday. We also feel there will be less than 3.5 goals in this one which is backed up by the fact that both sides are averaging less than 2.50 goals scored and conceded in their respective home and away games this season.

Celta Vigo vs Real Madrid (Sunday, 19:45 GMT)

Celta Vigo have been very inconsistent again this season, with the side currently languishing in 11th in the league with 14 points. Three wins, three losses and five draws is a disappointing return for the side, while they were held to a 3-3 draw with struggling Real Betis in their last game, with the two points they dropped made even more frustrating by the fact they went a goal up with just six minutes of normal time still to play. Real Madrid on the other hand come into this one with a good run of form behind them. The sacking of Julen Lopetegui as coach has seen them win three games in a row, and they currently boast an 11-0 aggregate scoreline in their last three matches. Clearly, things are a lot better at Real in recent weeks, and they will fancy themselves to add another win to their repertoire in the league, especially as they travel to play against a struggling Celta side.

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