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Real Madrid V Getafe Betting Tips: Los Blancos’ Last Big Test?

| 02.07.2020

Real Madrid host Getafe tonight knowing a win could edge them towards La Liga glory.

Zinedine Zidane’s men could see themselves seven points clear if they beat high-flying Getafe and Athletic Bilbao on Sunday before a stumbling Barcelona play again.

Many see Los Blancos as champions elect, but could a Getafe side unbeaten in four games and chasing a Champions League place derail the title push?

The action gets underway at 21:00 on La Liga TV and we’ve got all the pre-match odds and info below…


At 2/5, Real Madrid are firm favourites to carry on their 100% record since La Liga returned. The visitors from the suburbs of Madrid are 15/2 to pick up a historic victory.

Getafe ended a run of three draws with a win last time out and are 17/5 to leave with a point.

Thibaut Courtois is on the hunt for a fourth clean sheet in six games. Real Madrid to win to nil is 23/20.


Eden Hazard is set to be rested which could open the door for Isco, Gareth Bale or Marco Asensio.

Asensio made a sensational return from almost a year out with injury, scoring with his very first touch of the season against Valencia and may get the nod.

In the other dugout José Bordalás is searching for a first victory over Real. He will have to do it without loan signings Kenedy and Deyverson as their deals expired on 30th June.


Karim Benzema has been the talk of the town and social media feeds recently.

The volley against Valencia, the VAR approved winner against Sociedad and an exquisite back heel assist for Casemiro against Espanyol have made the striker a hot topic.

If Bordalás is reading please look away now, Benzema has eight goals and six assists in his 14 appearances against Getafe. He is 10/11 to score anytime and 7/2 to get an assist.

Jaime Mata has returned to goalscoring form at the right time for Getafe with three goals in their last two games and is 3/1 to score another anytime tonight.


Where: Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano

When: Thursday 2nd July 21:00 (UK Time)

How to Watch: La Liga TV

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All odds and markets correct as of date of publication