Betting tip Primera Division: Deportivo La Coruna - Real Madrid
Saturday, 14.05.2016 at 18:00 hour
Showdown part 1
The soccer weekend in Spain is influenced by the fight for the title between Barcelona and Real Madrid. Madrid is meeting Deportivo La Coruna who already has saved their stay in the league. The former Champions league starter could be the reason to turn the scale. Kick-off on Saturday is at 5 p.m..
Current Performance of Deportivo La Coruna
The team of the port of northwest Spain can be satisfied with their performance in this season. Currently they are on the 13th position but due to a surprising victory against Real they still would have the chance to be one of the 10 best teams in the Spanish league. Deportivo only misses two points to keep up with Valencia who is on the 10th positon at the moment. This would be the best position since the re promotion in 2014. This would be a big success for the team of Victor Sánchez. They have shown that they can definitely keep up with big teams more than once in this season. On the last weekend they have won against FC Villareal with a score of 2:0. Before they also have been suffered a defeat against Getafe (0:2) and a drawn against Eibar (1:1). A bad sign for the team is that they are on the last position at the table of the home matches on the contrary to the away match table where they are on the 7th position. The grotesque thing is that between these two tables is only 2 point difference. It shows that the most teams at “La Liga” are very strong at home. At the only match against Real in this season they had a bitter pill to swallow with a score of 0:5. Also at the end of the season it’s going to be tough for the Sanchez eleven.
Current Performance of Real Madrid
In some parts of the season the margin to Barcelona seemed to be hopeless. The motivating words from Starcoach Zinedine Zidane seemed to be just empty phrases. After the 37th day of play the chances for the title are still there for Real. Only one point is between Ronaldo & Co and the leader. On the past day of play they passed by their rival of the city Atlético due to a victory against Valencia with a score of 3:2. The chances for a victory against La Coruna on Saturday are very good because Real has won the past 11 (!!) League matches. In addition they are also at the Champions League final. Therefore the Zidane eleven is the only team in Europe that has the chance for a triple win. This should be reason enough to give everything on the last play in this season at the Spanish league. Real has shown a strong performance at away games in this season and has only lost two matches away. If they are not able to win against La Coruna their second position would be in danger because Atlético is only 2 points away. However Benzema & Co are the clear favourite on Saturday due to the victory of the first encounter that ended with a score of 5:0.
Betting tip for this match
A victory against La Coruna is a duty for Madrid on Saturday to have a chance for the title. It’s about a dignified end for La Coruna and in the best case to improve their position at the table. We think that Real Madrid will win this match and will celebrate a victory away. That’s why our tip is: tip 2!
|Bookmaker||Win both halfs Team 1||Win both halfs Team 2|
Over / Under 2.5 Goals
|Bookmaker||< 2.5 goals||> 2.5 goals|
Win to nil
Draw no bet
The last 10 matches of Deportivo La Coruna - Real Madrid compared
The last 5 results of Deportivo La Coruna in detail
|08.05.2016||Spanien Primera Division||FC Villarreal||Deportivo La Coruna||0:2|| |
|30.08.2015||Spanien Primera Division||FC Valencia||Deportivo La Coruna||1:1|| |
|22.08.2015||Spanien Primera Division||Deportivo La Coruna||Real Sociedad||0:0|| |
|17.05.2015||Spanien Primera Division||Deportivo La Coruna||Levante UD||2:0|| |
|09.05.2015||Spanien Primera Division||Athletic Bilbao||Deportivo La Coruna||1:1|| |
The last 5 results of Real Madrid in detail
|30.04.2016||Spanien Primera Division||Real Sociedad||Real Madrid||0:1|| |
|29.08.2015||Spanien Primera Division||Real Madrid||Betis Sevilla||5:0|| |
|23.08.2015||Spanien Primera Division||Sporting Gijón||Real Madrid||0:0|| |
|17.05.2015||Spanien Primera Division||Espanyol Barcelona||Real Madrid||1:4|| |
|09.05.2015||Spanien Primera Division||Real Madrid||FC Valencia||2:2|| |
Team comparison Deportivo La Coruna and Real Madrid
|14.02.2015||Spanien Primera Division||Real Madrid||Deportivo La Coruna||2:0|
|20.09.2014||Spanien Primera Division||Deportivo La Coruna||Real Madrid||2:8|
|23.02.2013||Spanien Primera Division||Deportivo La Coruna||Real Madrid||1:2|
|30.09.2012||Spanien Primera Division||Real Madrid||Deportivo La Coruna||5:1|