In this episode, the boys discuss the very strange transfer window that has seen big signings on free transfers across leagues. They also discuss the Valencia transfer window including Alerete, Foulquier, and Marcos Andre; and departing Kang-In Lee. They also discuss the excellent 3-0 win over Alaves, which results in 7 points, tied for 1st place. And lastly, they chat about the latest games in La Liga, including the dramatic finish to the Villarreal match.
Our resident host Eduardo Siles is joined by Spanish and European football and betting expert Alvaro Romeo to preview every single match of La Liga this year. For all the latest La Liga odds, head to http://oddspedia.com/football where you'll find everything you need to secure your best bet. Here's the show: 00:00 La Liga Betting Preview Show Introduction 02:39 Mallorca vs Espanyol betting tips and predictions 05:23 Valencia vs Alaves betting tips and predictions 07:22 Celta Vigo vs Athletic Bilbao betting tips and predictions 10:08 Elche vs Sevilla betting tips and predictions 12:22 Real Sociedad vs Levante betting tips and predictions 14:06 Real Betis vs Real Madrid betting tips and predictions 16:20 Barcelona vs Getafe betting tips and predictions 18:24 Cadiz vs Osasuna betting tips and predictions 20:49 Rayo Vallecano vs Granada betting tips and predictions 22:49 Atletico Madrid vs Villarreal betting tips and predictions 25:20 La Liga ACCA of the Week Please like this video, share and subscribe to our channel. Plus, make sure you don't miss any of Oddspedia's new content by clicking the notifications bell. Let's stay connected: Facebook | facebook.com/oddspedia Twitter | twitter.com/oddspedia Instagram | instagram.com/oddspedia Podcast | poti.fi/3hY12IG Head to http://oddspedia.com now! #LaLiga #Oddspedia #BettingTips
Mallorca made winning away look like child's play with a goal from Fer Niño at Alaves. In today's podcast Alex is joined by Richie Prior of Radio 1 Mallorca to talk about that victory and preview the game against Espanyol.
This is an audio version of our YouTube video. La Liga betting tips, odds, picks & predictions on Matchday 2 of the 2021/22 Primera Division season from Oddspedia. We've got the best betting picks and insight throughout the new La Liga season, so let's take a look at Matchday 2 in Spain. Subscribe to Oddspedia to never miss our La Liga predictions & betting previews!
As Rheon calls it, winning things. In the first Messi-less weekend of Spanish football in 15 years, all of the Top 4 teams in Spain won, but the ways they got there was...unexpected. We go over Barcelona's impressive win over La Real, Real Madrid and Atletico's strong performance against Alaves and Celta Vigo, respectively. Oh, and Bordalas's team (Valencia) continue to do Bordalas things! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Tras un inicio duditativo en la pretemporada donde al equipo se le vio la principal carencia del año pasado, la falta de gol, nos plantamos en Mendizorroza para hacerle cuatro goles al deportivo Alaves. Hablamos de la situación de los jugadores que estan en la rampa de salida.
On this episode of the Churros y Tácticas Podcast, Kiyan Sobhani and Diego Lorijn discuss: - Joan Laporta's press conference about Barcelona's financial situation - Gerard Pique's pay cut - What are his intentions? - Barcelona vs Real Sociedad - What was wrong with La Real? - The performances of Antoine Griezmann, Martin Braithwaite, and Memphis Depay - Pedri needs a rest - Ronald Koeman's subs - Did the Spanish media overreact to Real Madrid's win over Alaves? - Joselu's performance - Javi Calleja's post-game comments after the Real Madrid game - Atletico Madrid's lineup against Celta Vigo - And more. Did you enjoy these churros? Get a bonus, more raw version, every Friday exclusively on Patreon.com/ChurrosyTacticas
This episode of the Managing Madrid Podcast is brought to you by Bisha Hotel Toronto, where you should book your stay when you come see us in Toronto in October (Clasico weekend). Book your tickets here. On this episode of the Managing Madrid Podcast, Kiyan Sobhani, Matt Wiltse, and Om Arvind discuss: Our initial reaction to Real Madrid's starting XI BBH attack David Alaba's performance His best position Alaves getting whatever they wanted on the flank Real Madrid's press Lucas Vazquez's performance Carlo Ancelotti's use of Gareth Bale and Eden Hazard Why Hazard is a different footballer now His overall performance Vinicius Jr's performance Karim Benzema - Eden Hazard connection Ancelotti's quote about Vinicius Jr Bale's performance The difference between the two halves Luka Modric's performance Eder Militao's performance Carlo Anceltti's subs Facundo Pellistri What is Marco Asensio's best position? And more. Did you enjoy this podcast? Please consider supporting us for more bonus content: Patreon.com/ManagingMadrid. Book your tickets to these cities on the Managing Madrid Podcast world tour: Los Angeles, September Toronto, October Dallas, November New York, December Miami, January London, February Washington DC, March Chicago, April Mumbai, May Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The FC crew break down Real Madrid's 4-1 over Alaves and question if their back line is good enough to win the La Liga title. Plus, the guys recap strong victories for Chelsea, Man United and Liverpool, marvel at Erling Haaland's brilliant performance and preview Barcelona's clash with Real Sociedad.
The boys are left agape in horror at the unbelievable exit of Lionel Messi to PSG, and the financial chaos that left Barcelona in this sad state, (4:34), before talking generally about their expectations for their somewhat beleaguered superclubs and the state of play in general in Europe as each of Barcelona and Real Madrid had a club legend plucked away over the summer by PSG. Then they get into the jolliest part of the season as they each place their bets on our very own made up betting lines for the upcoming La Liga season. Grab a pencil and play along as both Mark and Payton put their money where their mouths are and pick their over/unders for the season (20:42). Also Mark gets excited for a lip-smacking Week 1 matchup for Real Madrid as they travel to tiny Alaves (53:32), and Payton sees big things for the new blaugrana forwards as they take on Sociedad (1:02:04).
This is an audio version of our YouTube video. La Liga betting tips and predictions for the 2021/22 season from Oddspedia. We've got the best betting picks and insight ahead of the new La Liga season, starting with Matchday 1 in Spain. We start our La Liga betting preview of 2021/22 with a decent game as Valencia take on Getafe at the Mestalla. this game looks finely balanced but the hosts are marginal favourites in the curtain raiser for the Liga season on Friday night. Espanol are back in Spain's top-flight after achieving promotion from the Segunda following a 1-year absence. Their pre-season has not been very good and their first encounter in the Primera Division will be against Osasuna. Both Cadiz and Levante will be happy to repeat last year's performances as Cadiz remained in the division following a great debut year, and Levante performed well in the first half of the season which kept them afloat. They meet on Matchday One. Another famous Spanish side returning to the top-flight are Mallorca. They begin their new venture against Real Betis. This will be an interesting campaign for the Andalusians, with them in their second year under Manuel Pellegrini. Real Madrid are the favourites for La Liga title in 21/22, it will also be Carlo Ancelotti's spell in charge of Los Blancos. Without Lionel Messi in the division, it's up to them to take the title tilt to their nearest city rivals Atletico. Current champions Atletico Madrid have been handed a tricky start to the new season as they travel north to Galicia to take on Celta Vigo, who are expected to perform much better than they did last year. Barcelona have obviously lost their talisman Lionel Messi but they've also lost Sergio Aguero owing to injury. They've brought in Memphis Depay and a couple of new faces, however, they may not actually be able to feature due to an ongoing issue with finances and registration between Barcelona and La Liga. Sevilla welcome back Rayo Vallecano to La Liga after a couple of seasons away. The posh club from Andalusia had a strong campaign last year after qualifying for the Champions League and will want to push on from here. The penultimate match of our La Liga betting preview sees Europa League holders Villarreal host Granada. This is Unai Emery's second season in charge of the Yellow Submarine and it will be interesting to see how they contend with (once again) playing on both the continental and domestic fronts. Our final game in our La Liga betting preview is Elche against Athletic Bilbao. The away opponents had a pretty horrible campaign last season after losing twe Copa del Rey finals in a space of about 2 weeks, but manager Marcelino has had a full summer now to focus on the new project, so it will be up to him to make improvements and positive changes to the squad. Here's the show: 00:00 La Liga Introduction 01:50 Valencia vs Getafe betting tips and predictions 05:35 Osasuna vs Espanyol betting tips and predictions 09:11 Cadiz vs Levante betting tips and predictions 12:16 Mallorca vs Real Betis betting tips and predictions 14:52 Alaves vs Real Madrid betting tips and predictions 19:38 Celta Vigo vs Atletico Madrid betting tips and predictions 21:53 Barcelona vs Real Sociedad betting tips and predictions 25:31 Sevilla vs Rayo Vallecano betting tips and predictions 28:00 Villareal vs Granada betting tips and predictions 30:24 Elche vs Athletic Bilbao betting tips and predictions 33:00 La Liga ACCA of the Week
This is an audio version of our YouTube video. La Liga predictions & betting tips for 2021/22 season from Oddspedia. Subscribe to Oddspedia to never miss our La Liga predictions & betting previews! No Account at Novibet yet? Claim your £10 Free Bet directly: bit.ly/3i41Ttf The new Primera Division season is just around the corner. So Oddspedia are here to give you betting insight ahead of the season start for the outright winners, top-4 challengers, surprise packages and the battle for relegation. Atletico Madrid are the defending champions of the Spanish top-flight after stunning their rivals Barcelona and Real Madrid to pull off a sensational title lift. Diego Simeone's side stunned Barca and Los Blancos in the first half of the season last year by securing 50 points in just 19 games. They managed to hold on to this convincing lead by taking 36 points for the remainder of the season leading them to an unlikely Championship. It looks like it will be a three-horse race for the Liga title between Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid, with the likes or Sevilla and Real Sociedad battling it out for fourth position and automatic qualification for the Champions League. The bookmakers have Barcelona and Real as the favourites, with odds around 2.5 and 3.0 Ronaldo Koeman's side have updated their attacking options with Sergio Aguero and Memphis Depay joining La Blaugrana. For Real, Zinedine Zidane left over the summer with Carlo Ancelotti coming in to replace the famous Frenchman. With Raphael Varane also leaving the Spanish capital to move to Manchester, there are question marks at both ends of the field in attack and in defence. Despite being the league champions, Atletico are third favourites for the title. Perhaps their second-half performance is their true level heading into the new season. There's also lots to wrap-up on the transfer front, with plenty of deals still yet to be confirmed before the season starts. With Espanyol and Majorca both returning to Spain's top-flight this season, there is an abundance of quality teams now in the Primera Division, meaning that the relegation fight is going to be tighter than ever. The likes of Alaves and Elche will have to be at their very best if they'r to remain in the division for another season, whilst Rayo Vallecano will also be tested across a long season in Spain. Eduardo Siles is very well supported by the one-and-only Alvaro Romeo, a diligent and brilliant Spanish football expert. They're here to discuss all things Spanish football in this live show. For all the latest La Liga odds, head to http://oddspedia.com/football where you'll find everything you need to secure your best bet. Here's the show: 00:00 Introduction 01:15 La Liga Outright betting tips and predictions 03:55 La Liga Winner Outright betting tips and predictions 17:49 La Liga Top-4 Outright betting tips and predictions 22:58 La Liga Surprise Package betting tips and predictions 24:18 La Liga Relegation Outright betting tips and predictions Please like this video, share and subscribe to our channel. Plus, make sure you don't miss any of Oddspedia's new content by clicking the notifications bell. Let's stay connected: Facebook | facebook.com/oddspedia Twitter | twitter.com/oddspedia Instagram | instagram.com/oddspedia Podcast | poti.fi/3hY12IG Head to http://oddspedia.com now! #LaLiga #Oddspedia #BettingTips
This is an audio version of our YouTube video. There is just one La Liga match taking place on Friday night and that involves Levante and Cadiz. The hosts can finish above face rivals Valencia (and that doesn't happen very often). Meanwhile, Cadiz will be very satisfied with their showing in the Spanish top-flight this season with a mid-table finish secured. Most of the action will be taking place on Saturday afternoon and we'll start with Real Betis trip to Celta Vigo. Celta are in form and could definitely frustrate Real Betis' Europa League aspirations in Galicia. The hosts have won 5 games in a row whilst, Betis are unbeaten in their last 10 games, but that includes 7 draws! For Elche to remain in the Primera Division they have to win against Athletic Bilbao and hope that Huesca do not do that. They arrive into the game on the back of a 3-1 win over Cadiz last weekend, a victory that ended a run of three straight defeats. Real Sociedad looks to have Europa League football in the bag for another seaso. Last time out they thrashed Real Valladolid 4-1 with all four of their goals coming in the first half an hour. This weekend they travel to Pamplona to play Osasuna. Real Madrid will be fighting until the death for the Liga title this term. They still have to overcome that 2-point deficit to rivals Atletico Madrid if they want to get their hands on the trophy. They'll also need to overcome Villarreal, who beat Sevilla 4-0 last time out, but may be focusing on their Europa League final, which kicks off on Wednesday night. Atleti, meanwhile, are just one match away from the title, they take on Real Valladolid away from home. Luis Suarez's late winner over Osasuna was a memorable and incredible moment for Diego Simeone's men. They're suffering but somehow still getting results and look to have one hand on the title for this season. Ronald Koeman's time in charge of Barcelona is coming to an end with an away trip to the Basque Country to play Eibar. The Dutchman was in charge for just one season but reports lead us to believe that the former Netherlands coach will be given the chop at the end of the season after picking up just a minor piece of silverware. Huesca are down in 17th and will need to beat Valencia in order to confirm their Primera Division status for another season. Elsewhere Granada take on Getafe and Sevilla host Alaves. It's tight at the top and tight at the bottom going into the final day of the season - just how we like it! Eduardo Siles is very well supported by the one-and-only Alvaro Romeo, a diligent and brilliant Spanish football expert. They're here to discuss all things Spanish football in this live show. For all the latest La Liga odds, head to http://oddspedia.com/football where you'll find everything you need to secure your best bet. Here's the show: 00:00 Introduction 01:25 Levante vs Cadiz betting tips and predictions 03:50 Celta Vigo vs Real Betis betting tips and predictions 07:10 Elche vs Athletic Bilbao betting tips and predictions 10:15 Osasuna vs Real Sociedad betting tips and predictions 13:05 Real Madrid vs Villarreal betting tips and predictions 15:16 Real Valladolid vs Atletico Madrid betting tips and predictions 17:52 Eibar vs Barcelona betting tips and predictions 20:20 Huesca vs Valencia betting tips and predictions 23:20 Granada vs Getafe betting tips and predictions 25:06 Sevilla vs Alaves betting tips and predictions 28:20 La Liga ACCA of the Week
The Athletic's James Pearce, Simon Hughes and Caoimhe O'Neill join Steve Hothersall to reflect on that wonderful moment when Alisson rescued Liverpool at West Brom. They also look at where it leaves this team in the race for the top four. Plus, they mark the 20th anniversary of the cup treble as they reminisce over club's UEFA Cup triumph against Alaves. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This is an audio version of our YouTube show. Every game on Matchday 37 in the Spanish Primera Division will kick off at the same time this week. All action in Spain's top-flight will begin at 5:30pm to ensure all match results are fairly registered and without influence from other sides, with news trickling through to certain teams. So let's start our preview with a hugely important clash in the North of the country as Real Madrid. Go to Athletic Bilbao. Zinedine Zidane's must win this game at San Mames in order to keep their title hopes alive. They currently sit two points behind league leaders Atletico Madrid with two games to go. Speaking of Diego Simone's men, Atleti host Osasuna at the Wonda at exactly the same time. They'll know that if they can secure a win at home, the Liga title will be within touching distance for Los Rojiblancos. Game three also includes one of Spains heavyweights as Barcelona host Celta Vigo. The Blaugrana's title hopes are all but over following that draw with Levante last time out. It will take a huge effort and a lot of luck for them to overturn this deficit so late on in the season. Elche are pretty terrible. They're 19th in the division and now three points away from safety. They'll have to get something from their trip to Cadiz to ensure they have any chance of survival entering the final day of the season. Alaves' win last time out gave them a four-point buffer to the relegation zone, and they're looking pretty likely to remain up this season. Getafe just can't stop losing. They've lost 4 out of their last 5 games and they're hoping this season comes to an end as soon as possible. This weekend they take on Levante, another side who simply can't pick up a win. Elsewhere, Real Betis host Huesca, and Real Sociedad welcome Real Valladolid to San Sebastian. The penultimate game in our Primera Division betting preview is Eibar away to Valencia. The bottom side in Spain have had a mini-resurgence in recent weeks and have given themselves a real hope of survival. However, they're going to need to take all 3 points when they travel south in order to give themselves a reality of staying up. The final game of our betting preview is pretty tasty actually, as Villarreal host Sevilla. These two sides have been scrapping at the top-end of the table all season, and whilst Sevilla have fourth place in the bag already, Villarreal could still qualify for the Champions League should they win their Europa League final against Man United. Eduardo Siles is very well supported by the one-and-only Alvaro Romeo, a diligent and brilliant Spanish football expert. They're here to discuss all things Spanish football in this live show. Here's the show: 00:00 Intro 02:13 Athletic Bilbao vs Real Madrid betting tips and predictions 07:02 Atletico Madrid vs Osasuna betting tips and predictions 13:50 Barcelona vs Celta Vigo betting tips and predictions 17:02 Oddspedia's Bonuses, Free Bets and Special Offers 17:25 Cadiz vs Elche betting tips and predictions 21:00 Alaves vs Granada betting tips and predictions 23:40 Getafe vs Levante betting tips and predictions 27:02 Real Betis vs Huesca betting tips and predictions 30:27 Real Sociedad vs Real Valladolid betting tips and predictions 33:54 Valencia vs Eibar betting tips and predictions 36:30 Villarreal vs Sevilla betting tips and predictions 39:45 La Liga ACCA of the Week
This is an audio version of our YouTube video. The Primera Division action begins on Tuesday as Osasuna look to continue their impressive home form when they are visited by Cadiz. They are unbeaten in their last four games in Pamplona, including two wins. Elche can make a dramatic move out of the relegation zone when they host Alaves. The relegation scrap in Spain is getting intense as the season conclusion draws nearer. There are just two points between the two sides here and Elche's home form has been impressive with just one defeat in their last seven. Also on Tuesday night, Barcelona continue their title bid when they travel to play Levante. Ronald Koeman's side need to win all three remaining games and hope that nearest rivals Atletico Madrid and also Real Madrid drop points. Sevilla's title hopes are over for another season after drawing 2-2 with Real Madrid at the weekend following a controversial penalty converted by Ivan Rakitic. They have no chance of winning the La Liga title this year. However, they go into this game against Valencia in decent form. Getafe keep getting themselves into all sorts of trouble. They are unable to hold on to leads. They are just four points above the bottom three following their 1-0 defeat to Eibar. In the next two games, they face Levante and Granada. Celta Vigo now looking up the table and towards Europe. Huesca if they are to escape the drop zone with the side now 18th in the table following their 21 defeat to Cadiz. Up next for them is Athletic Bilbao, then Betis, and then Valencia. So it's going to be a tough roads to reach salvation. Diego Simeone's Atletico Madrid face the sternest of their title credentials to date when they host Real Sociedad at the wonder Metropolitana on Wednesday evening. The last four home games have all been victories. Meanwhile, Real Sociedad appear to have 5th place wrapped up following three wins in their last four games in the league. Real Valladolid are another side of need of maximum points this weekend. They lost 3-0 to Valencia and are just one point above the relegation zone, following on from six consecutive draws. Their opponents this midweek are Villarreal, who lost 4-2 to Celta Vigo following their qualification through the European League Final. Our penultimate game on Match Day 36 in Spain sees Real Betis take the trip North to face Eibar. The Basque Country Club are bottom of the table. And but they can still achieve safety with just two points the gap to make up over their rivals. The sticky bit is that they have to play Real Betis, Valencia and also Barcelona. Ouch. We end our betting preview with Real Madrid's trip to Andalusia to play Granada. Zinedine Zidane's side are extremely tired and have now been knocked out of the Champions League. They will all know they miss any further opportunities with this season's title set to go down to the wire. Eduardo Siles is very well supported by the one-and-only Alvaro Romeo, a diligent and brilliant Spanish football expert. They're here to discuss all things Spanish football in this live show. For all the latest La Liga odds, head to http://oddspedia.com/football where you'll find everything you need to secure your best bet. Here's the show: 00:00 Introduction 01:25 Osasuna vs Cadiz 03:50 Elche vs Alaves 07:10 Levante vs Barcelona 10:15 Sevilla vs Valencia 13:05 Celta Vigo vs Getafe 15:16 Huesca vs Athletic Bilbao 17:52 Atletico Madrid vs Real Sociedad 20:20 Real Valladolid vs Villarreal 23:20 Eibar vs Real Betis 25:06 Granada vs Real Madrid 28:20 La Liga ACCA of the Week
This is an audio version of our YouTube video. The Primera Division action begins as Real Sociedad host Elche. Sociedad are fifth in the table, meanwhile, Elche are down in 19th and are struggling for survival, with just one win in their last nine games. That was Friday night's action, and now let's look at Saturday and Sunday. We return to the north of the country as Alaves take on Levante. Alaves were humiliated last weekend as they were humped 3-0 by bottom of the table side Eibar. And then it's time for one of the biggest matches of the season so far as Barcelona host Atletico Madrid's at the Camp Nou. Just two points separate these two sides with four games remaining. Whichever team wins this clash could end up lifting the title at the end of the season. Next up, Cadiz host Huesca. The visitors are down in 18th despite winning their last match at the weekend against Real Sociedad. But it's all very tight down at the bottom with four teams separated by just a solitary point. Saturday's action is rounded off with Athletic Club taking on Osasuna. Into Sunday we go and we start in Madrid as Getafe take on Eibar. Despite languishing at the bottom of the table, the visitors managed a shock 3-0 win at the weekend and now they turn their attention to achieving survival. Valencia host Real Valladolid in the next game. Both sides have been drawing many of their games in recent weeks, and this looks set to be another. Unai Emery's Villarreal has turned their attention to the Europa League semi-final against Arsenal, but they know they still need points if they're going to qualify for Europea League next season. This weekend they take on Celta Vigo, a side that have won two games in a row. Our penultimate game on Match Day 35 in La Liga is a huge one. Real Madrid take on Sevilla in the Spanish capital knowing that a win could potentially see Los Blancos move to the summit of the Primera Division. But first, Zinedine Zidane's men will have to overcome Chelsea in the Champions League in midweek. Our final game will take place on Monday evening in an Andalusian Derby. Real Betis are currently 7th in the League following five draws in a row. They take on the side who are one place below them in the table, Granada. Eduardo Siles is very well supported by the one-and-only Alvaro Romeo, a diligent and brilliant Spanish football expert. They're here to discuss all things Spanish football in this live show. For all the latest La Liga odds, head to http://oddspedia.com/football where you'll find everything you need to secure your best bet. Here's the show: 00:00 Introduction 01:20 Real Sociedad vs Elche betting tips and predictions 05:10 Alaves vs Levante betting tips and predictions 08:00 Barcelona vs Atletico Madrid betting tips and predictions 13:50 Cadiz vs Huesca betting tips and predictions 17:20 Athletic Club vs Osasuna betting tips and predictions 20:48 Getafe vs Eibar betting tips and predictions 24:16 Valencia vs Real Valladolid betting tips and predictions 28:33 Villarreal vs Celta Vigo betting tips and predictions 32:05 Real Madrid vs Sevilla betting tips and predictions 36:55 Real Betis vs Granada betting tips and predictions 40:40 La Liga ACCA of the Week Alvaro's La Liga ACCA: Real Sociedad Asian Handicap -1 Barca vs Atleti: Both Teams To Score Huesca To Win Getafe vs Eibar: Over 5.5 Cards Total odds: 16.83 Please like this video, share and subscribe to our channel. Plus, make sure you don't miss any of Oddspedia's new content by clicking the notifications bell. Head to http://oddspedia.com now! #LaLiga #Oddspedia #BettingTips
This is an audio version of our YouTube video. Our La Liga preview show starts with Elche looking to move out of the bottom 3 for the first time in a long time. They take on Levante, who have won just one game in their last five and are cemented in the middle of the table. Saturday continues as Cadiz make their way to play Real Valladolid. Cadiz have all but secured survival this season, despite their poor form in 2021. The hosts on the other hand are only one point above the drop zone. Back-to-back wins for Alaves have seen them move away from danger as the season draws towards its conclusion. This weekend they play Valencia, who are without a win in their last four La Liga games. Well, Madrid have a tough match. In the Spanish capital on Saturday evening, as they host Real Betis. Madrid are three points behind their fierce rivals Atletico. With just six games to go. Zinedine Zidane's men know they can't drop anymore points if they want to be crowned champions at the end of the season. Moving into Sunday's action and we start with Huesca at home to Getafe. Huesca are 18th in the table following back-to-back defeats. Getafe, meanwhile, are also on a horrible run of form and have are just four points above that weekend opponents. Barcelona will look to continue their title tilt when they travel to play a Villarreal on Sunday afternoon. Ronald Koeman's side are now five points behind the leaders Atletico, however they do have a game in hand. Osasunar have won three games in a row and have moved up to 9th in the table following a poor start to the season. This weekend they travel north to play Celta Vigo, a side who also suffered poorly with results in the first half of the campaign. Dark horses for the title, Sevilla, will play Granada in an Andalusia derby in the afternoon kick-off. They are six points off top sports and it looks Like it's gonna be a big ask for them to overcome the three main protagonists of Spanish football. Our penultimate game of the weekend sees Atletico Madrid travel north to play Athletic Bilbao. Athletic have drawn five games in a row in the League but it looks like very may be receiving the L on Sunday evening with Atletico needing to get the win in order to confirm their title credentials. Finally, we end Matchday 32 with Eibar at home to Real Sociedad in a mini-Basque Country Derby. Eibar are at the foot of the table, five points from safety. Their opponents are up in fifth spot despite just the one win in their last five domestic games. Here's Alvaro's ACCA: Real Madrid AH -1 Huesca to win Villarreal vs Barcelona: Both Teams To Score Celta vs Osasuna: Both Teams To Score Total Odds: 18.46 Eduardo Siles is very well supported by the one-and-only Alvaro Romeo, a diligent and brilliant Spanish football expert. They're here to discuss all things Spanish football. For all the latest La Liga odds, head to http://oddspedia.com/football where you'll find everything you need to secure your best bet. Here's the show: 00:00 Introduction 01:15 Elche vs Levante betting tips and predictions 03:33 Real Valladolid vs Cadiz betting tips and predictions 05:50 Valencia vs Alaves betting tips and predictions 08:21 Real Madrid vs Real Betis betting tips and predictions 10:46 Huesca vs Getafe betting tips and predictions 16:53 Villarreal vs Barcelona betting tips and predictions 19:08 Celta Vigo vs Osasuna betting tips and predictions 21:55 Sevilla vs Granada betting tips and predictions 24:00 Athletic Club vs Atletico Madrid betting tips and predictions 26:00 Eibar vs Real Sociedad betting tips and predictions 27:00 La Liga ACCA of the Week
This is an audio version of our YouTube video. We've got some Primera Division. Midweek football to look forward, so let's get straight into it. We start in Valencia as Levante host 4th placed Sevilla. The visitors shouldn't drop points on the road here as they look to secure Champions League football for another season. Osasuna seem much stronger at this moment in time. They take on Valencia this week on the back of a win over Elche and also Villarreal. The hosts have only suffered two defeats in their last ten games and that was against Sevilla and Barcelona. Athletic Bilbao are devastated after succumbing to a second Copa del Rey final defeat in the space of Justice 2 weeks. This time they travel to Andalusia to play Manuel Pellegrini's Real Betis. The draw looks the most likely outcome in this one. Alves can move away from the relegation zone with a win over Villarreal on Wednesday. The Basque Country club are currently in 16th place with just 27 points to their name. But they did manage a win over Huesca last time out. Elche can move out of the bottom three when they host Real Valladolid on Wednesday evening. This game sees 19th against 18th with Elche having now lost three home games in a row, with their opponents having failed to win any of their final four games. Real Madrid must win against Cadiz on Wednesday night, despite missing some key players. The list of injuries and absentees is as long as your arm. And Zinedine Zidane will be forced to name youngsters in his starting eleven before kick-off. On the back of the comprehensive 5-0 win over Eibar, Diego Simeone's Atletico Madrid should earn another comfortable victory when they play Huesca at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium in the Spanish capital. Speaking of Eibar, it looks like they're going directly to the Segunda Division. Following that 5-0 defeat. In their last six games, they've lost five and drawn one. They've also only scored three goals in their last eight games. On Thursday they play Granada. Real Sociedad are in 7th position in the standings, just one point away from European spots. Last time out they lost 2-1 to Sevilla. They will look to get there campaign back on track when they host Celta Vigo. Our final game on Match Day 31 in Spain sees Barcelona host Getafe. Ronald Koeman's side have been boosted by winning the Copa del Rey title last week against Athletic Bilbao, and now turn their attention to domestic competition in a bid to hunt down Atletico and their fierce rivals Real Madrid and lift the Liga title. Eduardo Siles is very well supported by the one-and-only Alvaro Romeo, a diligent and brilliant Spanish football expert. They're here to discuss all things Spanish football. For all the latest La Liga odds, head to http://oddspedia.com/football where you'll find everything you need to secure your best bet. Here's the show: 00:00 Introduction 01:15 Levante vs Sevilla betting tips and predictions 03:33 Osasuna vs Valencia betting tips and predictions 05:50 Real Betis vs Athletic Bilbao betting tips and predictions 08:21 Alaves vs Villarreal betting tips and predictions 10:46 Elche vs Real Valladolid betting tips and predictions 13:01 Cadiz vs Real Madrid betting tips and predictions 16:53 Atletico Madrid vs Huesca betting tips and predictions 19:08 Granada vs Eibar betting tips and predictions 21:55 Real Sociedad vs Celta Vigo betting tips and predictions 24:00 Barcelona vs Getafe betting tips and predictions 27:00 La Liga ACCA of the Week
The FC crew discuss Man United's FA Cup elimination to Leicester City and Chelsea's chances of winning the Champions League after they remain unbeaten under Thomas Tuchel. Atletico Madrid remain top of La Liga after a dramatic win over Alaves but can Barcelona catch them after another impressive performance? Plus, Tottenham and Arsenal turn around their recent fortunes on the pitch.
Mark and Payton give you all the angles on the return of the Champions Leagues as they are all atwitter over the titanic matchup of Barcelona and PSG in the Round of 16 (42:20). Also, Madrid keeps pace with their city rivals in La Liga over a poor Valencia side (6:54), and Messi scores two screamers for the Catalans as they vanquished Alaves (24:48).
Mariana Guzmán y Alejandro Villegas comentan la goleada del FC Barcelona ante el Alavés, con dobletes de Trincao y Messi, justo antes del duelo que todos estábamos esperando: la ida de los octavos de final de la Champions ante el PSG. Todo lo que se dijo en la jornada previa, los jugadores disponibles para el duelo, y el posible once inicial, en detalle, en ADN Barça.
Sam, Rik and Toni analyse Barcelona's 5-1 thumping of Alaves in La Liga as they warmed up for Paris Saint-Germain's Camp Nou visit in style. They also preview Tuesday's match against the French giants in the last 16 of the Champions League, looking at Barca's problems at the back going into the first leg and the difference no Neymar could make. Running order:-- Barcelona 5-1 Alaves -- Ilaix Moriba debut -- London bus Trincao-- Supersub Pedri-- Rik's ratings -- PSG preview -- Who will play in defence? -- Have Barça won a big game? -- Remembering 6-1
Victoria por la mínima del conjunto dirigido por Abelardo en Mendizorroza. Tras una primera mitad sin goles, el cuadro babazorro se adelantó en el segundo acto gracias a un gol de Joselu. Los blanquiazules tuvieron más ocasiones, pero el partido de Masip fue sobresaliente. ¿Te has perdido el tanto? Vuelve a escuchar la narración de Mikel Uriarte en Marcador. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Celebrate episode 100 of your favorite spanish soccer podcast with your silly hosts! Mark and Payton assess the state of the La Liga title race and the unstoppable form of Atletico Madrid (6:30) as Real Madrid exorcise their demons over Alaves (10:32), and Barcelona take care of business against Elche (29:22) , before looking out the window and reflecting on the high and low moments for each of their teams so far this year (1:00:12). Also, the boys talk about their favorite and least favorite moments since starting the podcast (1:15:30), including a scathing review of a certain former president of Barcelona.
Ryan Bailey, Taylor Rockwell and Graham Ruthven are discuss the weekend that was in world soccer! 0.00 - Frank Lampard is sacked: Will the Chelsea manager be able to get another top-flight job? How will new appointee Thomas Tuchel fare? 10.46 - Manchester United vs. Liverpool: In a much more lively affair than their most recent encounter, United were victors with a late Bruno Fernandes free kick winner. We look at the tactical decisions that won it for the Red Devis, and Jurgen Klopp’s squad issues. 29.51 - Milan vs. Atalanta: Serie A leaders Milan were humbled by their Lombardy neighbors, whose press proved too much at the San Siro. 41.14 - Schalke vs. Bayern Munich: All the other Bundesliga title challengers lost this weekend, while Bayern picked up three points at the league’s worst team. So yeah, they’ve won the title again. 54.55 - Alaves vs. Real Madrid: Zinedine Zidane was absent from the sidelines for Real Madrid’s best performance of the season. Luka Modric was in exceptional form, as was a young man named Eden Hazard. Sponsors! SoFi! Listen to the SoFi Daily podcast every weekday to keep informed and keep your financial resolutions! Artifact! Save $40 on your first Artifact with the code TSS40! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode of the Managing Madrid Podcast, Kiyan Sobhani and Matt Wiltse discuss: Was this..... fun? What were Alaves thinking defensively? Abelardo's defensive scheme Eden Hazard's performance Ferland Mendy's performance His offensive regression Lucas Vazquez's performance Eder Militao's performance Joselu's goal Alaves's half-time subs xG stats and shooting stats Karim Benzema's performance Toni Kroos's performance Bettoni's subs Bettoni memes Bettoni takes on Twitter And more. Did you enjoy this podcast? Please consider supporting us through Patreon: Patreon.com/ManagingMadrid Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode of the Managing Madrid, Kiyan Sobhani and Jose Perez discuss: Our thoughts on Martin Odegaard's loan deal His fit at Arsenal What's changed for Alaves since we last lost to them in November? How can we break them down? Their form under Abelardo Key matchups Why Lucas Perez and Joselu are dangerous together And more. Did you enjoy this podcast? Please consider supporting us through Patreon: Patreon.com/ManagingMadrid Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Luis Miguel Echegaray is joined by Jimmy Conrad and Jonathan Johnson to preview another busy weekend of action. First we go to the F.A. Cup fourth round as Man United host Liverpool (2:05), while Southampton play Arsenal. There are also key games in the Bundesliga with Borussia Monchengladbach host Borussia Dortmund, while bottom-of-the-table Schalke host Bayern Munich (20:05). Can American Matthew Hoppe keep his scoring run? Finally, the guys preview games in Italy and Spain including AC Milan against Atalanta (28:20) and Real Madrid - fresh from their shocking loss in Copa del Rey - visit Alaves(34:15). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ryan Bailey and Graham Ruthven join forces to discuss the biggest events of the weekend in soccer! 0.00 - Mauricio Pochettino officially announced as PSG coach: Will the Argentine be suited to life in Paris? What kind of changes will he make to his team? 10.30 - Chelsea vs. Manchester City: In their best outing in nearly two years, City gave Frank Lampard the Blues, while exposing some tactical naiveté. 29.08 - Rangers vs. Celtic: The Old Firm derby saw Steven Gerrard take a step towards his first-ever league title. Surely Rangers won’t let things slip now? 41.52 - La Liga Round-Up: Atletico Madrid earned a hard-fought victory over Alaves to cement their status at the summit of La Liga. Ryan and Graham also look at El Gran Derbi, a bucket list match for any soccer fan. 53.35 - Borussia Dortmund vs. Wolfsburg: BvB turned around their home form and Jason Sancho scored a much-needed goal, but problems persist at the Westfalenstadion. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mark and Payton hail the legendary career of Diego Maradona (2:52), before delving into the latest triumphs for Barcelona over Dynamo Kyiv (13:25) and Osasuna (1:10:33), including Messi's touching and incredible goal tribute to another Argentine #10. Mark tries to square Madrid's dominant 2-0 win over Inter Milan (28:50) in Champions League with their utterly limp 2-1 loss against feisty Alaves (48:18). Also: the boys preview the champions league action for the week.
Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens discuss Real Madrid's surprise defeat to Alaves and ask why defensive issues continue to be a problem for Los Blancos. Stewart Robson also joins to look back at Tottenham's 0-0 draw away at Chelsea and debate how close each respective side is to becoming a finished product. Plus, plenty of love for Edinson Cavani and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Analizamos la derrota del equipo de Zidane por 1-2 frente al Alavés en el estadio “Alfredo Di Stéfano”. Estamos en:www.Twitter.com/Markomartinierewww.instagram.com/MarkomartiniereCorreo: firstname.lastname@example.org Si quieres apoyar este proyecto, puedes hacerlo en:www.Patreon.com/MarkomartiniereComparte este podcast en tus redes sociales. Gracias.
The FC crew discuss Liverpool's draw with Brighton, and dissect all of Jurgen Klopp's frustrations around his club's fixture congestion nightmare. Plus, Bayern Munich show why they are title favorites with a gritty win over Stuttgart while their biggest threat Dortmund drop points. Real Madrid's woes continue in La Liga as the lose to Alaves and Atletico Madrid continue to stack wins. Plus, Juventus only muster a draw without Cristiano Ronaldo allowing Inter Milan to climb the table.
On this episode of the Managing Madrid Podcast, Kiyan Sobhani, Om Arvind, and Matt Wiltse discuss: Real Madrid's starting XI A discussion on Zinedine Zidane's rotations Marcelo's decline What would Martin Odegaard have changed had he started? The Casemiro conundrum Eden Hazard's performance and injury Mariano Diaz's performance Isco and Odegaard's performance off the bench Thibaut Courtois's performance Referee decisions Vinicius Jr's performance Which current loanee, if any, would help Real Madrid the most? And more. Did you enjoy this podcast? Please consider supporting us for more bonus content: Patreon.com/churrosytacticas Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We begin today with a look back at the victory over Inter and we look ahead to this weekends liga match with Alaves . In other news Camavinga sacks his agent and should Madrid go for Haaland next summer instead of Mbappe.
In this episode, the boys discuss the very interesting 2-2 draw versus Alaves. After a disastrous start, Valencia scores two to ultimately get 1 point.The boys discuss:1. The Horrible Start2. Guillamon Blunder & Redemption3. Gameiro's (not) Finish4. Guedes?5. Manu Manu Manu6. Atletico Prediction
A weekly podcast based in Los Angeles all about Football Club Barcelona for Barca supporters by Barca supporters. We bring you post-match reactions, analysis, and much more.In this episode, we break down the good, the bad, and the ugly from the Champions League win over Juve, the draw against Alaves, the shining young stars, whether Barca supporters should be worried about Barca's chances to win La Liga, Messi's apparent drop in form, and Setien's interview concerning Messi. ---Follow us: Instagram: @btl_podTwitter: @btl_podFCBJeffrey: @jeffreybbamacaAlonso: @smoothzo--If you like the podcast, follow us or subscribe so you can keep up with the content. Thank you! Visca el Barca!
Mark and Payton respond to the latest round of La Liga fixtures, including a 4-1 win for Madrid over Huesca, and a draw for Barcelona against Alaves. Also: Payton explains Barcelona's urgent fight against bankruptcy and what it could mean for the players and team moving forward, and the boys preview round 3 of the champions league group stage.
On today's episode of the Total Soccer Show, Ryan and Taylor review this weekend's most interesting moments, including... 0:00 - Why the team who shall not be named can not be trusted 2:43 - Manchester United v Arsenal: what Miguel Arteta did to create so many problems for Manchester United, plus explaining what happened on Pogba's penalty concession 28:22 - Tottenham v Brighton: three (possible) mistakes from VAR can't stop Spurs from getting the win 48:17 - Alaves v Barcelona: Koeman makes big changes at halftime while Busquets continues to raise more questions than answers for his manager. 1:02:21 - Spezia v Juventus: Pirlo's old-school 4-4-2 is convincing in the box score but less so on the field 1:11:06 - Udinese v Milan: Zlatan decides to do Zlatan things, Udinese's players' faces be damned! 1:17:06 - Gladbach v Leipzig - The all-black kits weren't the only lovely thing on display, as Marco Rose's men show Leipzig how to be ruthless in front of goal. Sponsors! SoFi! Download the SoFi daily podcast to get the right information to help you gain financial independence. LinkedIn! Go to linkedin.com/tss to get $50 off your first posting. Vuori! Get 20% off and free shipping on your first order when you go to vuoriclothing.com/TSS Manscaped! Get 20% Off and Free Shipping with the code TSS20 at Manscaped.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Check out our weekly soccer picks and predictions at: https://sbrpicks.com/soccer Back with more of the best picks and predictions for La Liga! Join our host Flash along with our SBR experts, Martin Greean and our special guest Paco Polit from “La Liga Lowdown”. with a full breakdown for this week action! Matches covered: Alaves vs Getafe Valencia vs Huesca Elche vs Sociedad Betis vs Madrid Osasuna vs Levante Eibar vs Bilbao Atletico vs Granada Valladolid vs Celta Barcelona vs Villareal Cadiz vs Sevilla To convert American odds to decimal odds, use SBR's Odds Converter: https://www.sportsbookreview.com/picks/tools/odds-converter/ For the video version of this episode: https://youtu.be/1dFyHSmkkaM Connect with Us on Social Media YouTube | http://www.youtube.com/SBRSports Twitter | http://www.twitter.com/SBRSportsPicks Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/sbrsportspicks/ Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/Sportsbookreview.SBR/ Soundcloud | https://soundcloud.com/sbrsportspicks #youtube #SBR #LaLigaPredictions #SoccerOdds #SoccerBets #LaLigaPicks #LaLigaOdds #LaLigaWeek3 #Sportspicks #SoccerTips #SportsPicks #BettingPicks
The boys delve into La Liga's final, meaningless but still interesting round of games, as Real Madrid wrapped up their title winning season with a lazy 2-2 draw against Leganes (00:34), and Barcelona destroyed Alaves 5-0 (11:44). Also: news notes about Messi's insane stats, Bale's strange situation, and the lack of Ballon'D'Or this year (29:33). Then, the boys review the betting lines they set for each other for the La Liga restart, and reveal which one of them came out on top (48:28).
Mark and Payton delve into the latest close scraps for their historic teams, as Real Madrid played out a thrilling, end to end 2-0 win over Alaves, and Barcelona hang onto dear life in their 1-0 win over Real Valladolid. Also: Mark pontificates on what Lucas Vazquez's secret to success is, and previews Real Madrid's upcoming game on Monday against Granada.
Your hosts dig into Barcelona's 1-0 scrape over an excitable Espanyol side, and Mark examines all the happenings at Real Madrid as they battle COVID concerns, injuries, and suspensions while trying to win an eighth straight game on Friday against Alaves.
in todays round up latest surrounding the summer signings including Havertz, Mbappe and Camavinga plus James updates and we look ahead to the friday meeting with Alaves .
19 years on from Liverpool completing their historic treble of cup wins in 2001 under Gerard Houllier, we catch up with Danny Murphy. Having featured in 47 of the 63 games the Reds played in that mammoth campaign, the former midfield man looks back on the season and what it meant to win silverware for Liverpool. Speaking with Guy Clarke, Murphy remembers the 5-4 win over Alaves in the UEFA Cup final in Dortmund, before reminiscing on the trophy parade through the city having grown up as a Liverpool supporter, as well as touching on the impact Gary McAllister had on his own career and role the Scot played in the 2000/01 side. Enjoy.The Liverpool Echo sends a twice-daily Liverpool FC bulletin out via email with the all latest news, views and analysis from Anfield. Sign up for this service here: bit.ly/lfcnewsletterJoin our Blood Red podcast group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1656599847979758/Watch and subscribe to our Blood Red videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-TbqyJWlhRPedk-if0rKtw?view_as=subscriberVisit the Liverpool ECHO website: https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/all-about/liverpool-fcDownload our Liverpool FC app for free: Apple – https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/lfc-echo/id1255495425 Android – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mirror.liverpoolfc
On this episode of the Churros y Tácticas Podcast, Kiyan Sobhani and Diego Lorijn are joined by former Barcelona player Andrea Orlandi to discuss: - The latest updates on La Liga's return - Would the league be pushed to finish if Barcelona were running away with the league? - Do the players even want to get back? - How did Andrea get involved at Alaves, and then get loaned to Barcelona? - His story of meeting Ronaldinho in training - The mental tests of football - What kind of leader was Ronaldinho? - How shy Messi was in training - Riijkaard's managerial traits, and why he retired - Andrea regretting skipping his meeting with Pep - The difference in training facilities between Swansea and Barca - Xavi's inevitable coaching gig - And more Did you enjoy this podcast? Please consider supporting the show through Patreon to get access to our Friday mailbag: Patreon.com/Churrosytacticas
In this Episode of the InGoal Radio Podcast presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports , we chat with Canada's Gold Medal winning goaltender from the World Junior Championships, Joel Hofer, just after his return to Canada. Hofer, who was also named the Tournament's top goaltender is a fascinating story; he didn't play AAA hockey until he was 16, was never drafted into major junior hockey, and had never before played for his country. In fact, when Canada brought their top junior netminders together this past summer for their Program of Excellence camp, Hofer was not on the list of invitations. As he always has, the 6'5" St. Louis Blues prospect kept working, producing a remarkable first half of the season with his WHL club, the Portland Winterhawks, and earned an invitation to the Canadian Team's final camp before the World Championships. He didn't start Canada's first game but once he got the net he didn't let go. His calm, steadying influence was a major reason for the Canadian victory. For our gear segment sponsored by the Hockey Shop we wanted to talk to an NHL equipment manager to give you some insights into the gear in the NHL locker rooms and the role the equipment manager plays in keeping his goaltenders on top of their game. We found one who does all of that, and a whole lot more. A former pro himself, Carolina's Jorge Alves frequently takes the net in practice himself to give the Hurricanes' starters much-needed rest and it's a role that Carolina players have told us over the years is an important one for the club. In fact, Alaves was even pressed into service as an EBUG (Emergency Backup Goaltender) and fate saw him get into the game and he now sports an NHL career that lasted a record 7.6 seconds.
On this episode of the Managing Madrid Podcast, Kiyan Sobhani and Gabe Lezra discuss: Why this win was epic What the heck is this Group F? Isco's role against Alaves and overall performance A classic Sergio Ramos game Zinedine Zidane's post-game quotes Eden Hazard's absence Fede Valverde coming off the bench The performances of Gareth Bale, Karim Benzema, and Casemiro NBA stuff: How are the Toronto Raptors this good? An insane Luka Doncic stat. What can we learn about the Raptors' player development? Revisiting Iker Casillas's departure And more Did you enjoy this podcast? Please consider supporting us through Patreon: Patreon.com/ManagingMadrid Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices