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Getafe vs Sevilla: Low scoring draw the call in La Liga clash

| 16.04.2012

Getafe’s recent home form makes them look an appealing proposition at 9/5 tonight, to win for the fourth game in succession on their own patch against Sevilla.

Their visitors’ recent record on the road makes them look interesting 6/4 chances however, with two wins from their last three matches on their travels proving their credentials away from home.

The respective recent runs of either side both home and away would seem to suggest that the draw is the most appealing option on this game however, and as an 11/5 shot, this looks worth taking on.

Although neither side has been particularly prolific in front of goal this term, the teams do both average over one strike per game, and so the 4/6 odds for both teams to score in the match looks appealing.

Also, as a low-scoring draw appears to have chances, braver punters will invest in the 11/2 price about a 1-1 stalemate.
It is interesting to note that Getafe have been level by half-time in more than half of their La Liga matches so far during this campaign, whilst Sevilla have been on terms in 15 of their 33 league ties by the break, so the 7/2 odds regarding a draw at half-time and full-time here are tempting.

Each side have also found the net more frequently in the first half of matches rather than the second, and either are attributed a 5/2 price to score the majority of their goals before the half-time whistle in this game too.

Either team possesses obvious attacking threats, and Venezuelan forward Miku needs just one goal to excel on his previous-best seasonal tally for Getafe.

He is a 6/1 chance to hit the opener tonight, whilst Alvaro Negredo is 4/1 favourite to further improve on his impressive goals-to-game ratio for Sevilla, by breaking the deadlock at the Coliseum Alfonso Perez.



John Klee