Spanish La Liga Prediction and Preview: Real Madrid Vs Villarreal

Danny GContributor IFebruary 21, 2010

MADRID, SPAIN - JANUARY 04:  Rafael Van Der Vaart of Real Madrid in action during the La Liga match between Real Madrid and Villarreal at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium on January 4, 2009 in Madrid, Spain.  (Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images)
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League: Spanish La Liga
Date: 21th Feb 2010
Team: Real Madrid vs Villarreal
Analysis Match Preview: 
The Europe Average odds are give 1.29 5.02 9.73, bookmakers are still showing confident to home team for current average odd.1x2 fixed supports Real Madrid give 1 1/2 with low water fee level. Macau is opening 1.25 4.90 9.30 with home team give 1 1/2 with 0.79 water fee level. Macau is full support to home team to get 3 points and big win this game. WilliamHill is draw expert bookmaker among other player, It is open 5.25 draw odd and 10.00 away odd, so It is confirm that home team is ensure win this game.
Football betting strategy: Real Madrid is lost to Lyon in Euro champion league, and Barcelona is won last night. So they need a big win this game to build back the confident and team morale. Real Madrid is 11 strikes wins records at home sides. In summary, in fact current odd is open higher than history so far, bookmakers are giving a clear tendency this game.
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