- Venue: Coliseum Alfonso Perez
- Saturday, 30 Mar, 12:00
- Referee: Pablo Gonzales Fuertes
Getafe have had an amazing season so far and are currently sitting at fourth, which means that if they finish there, they will play in the Champions League next season. However, it’s too early for them to be dreaming because Alaves are only two points behind them, and Sevilla and Valencia are also lurking in the distance. However, Gefate’s recent league form has been amazing. The team has won their four last matches at home and have turned their stadium Coliseum Alfonso Perez into a fortress recently. They are also undefeated in their last seven league games and the confidence there is sky-high at the moment.
Leganes are a streaky team, and their form shows it. They have lost three, drew one and won one from their last five fixtures in LaLiga. However, away from home, their form has been depressing. They achieved only one victory and lost four times in their previous five visits away from home. They are eight points away from the relegation zone, and even though that doesn’t make them mathematically safe, I don’t think they will get relegated unless they capitulate in the last rounds.
|07 Dec 2018||Leganes 1:0 Getafe||La Liga|
|04 Feb 2018||Getafe 2:3 Leganes||La Liga|
|08 Sep 2017||Leganes 1:2 Getafe||La Liga|
|23 May 2004||Leganes 1:3 Getafe||La Liga 2|
|12 Dec 2003||Getafe 1:2 Leganes||La Liga 2|
Markel Bergara and Amath Ndiaye will surely miss the game for Getafe, but other than that they have no other injury problems. Both players have been out for quite a while, so they won’t be able to recover in time for this clash.
Leganes will have to deal with the absence of Unai Bustinza who is out with a muscle injury and missed his side’s previous three games. Javier Aviles is out with an illness and will have to be accessed before kick-off to see if he’s fit. Ezequiel Munoz has been out for a while with a groin injury but could make it in time for the match. The same can be said for his Argentinian compatriots Jonathan Silva (calf injury) and Alexander Szymanowski (muscle injury).
Getafe have impressed a lot of people with their push for top four, but their mission isn’t done yet. They still need to continue their great form until the last game, and matches like this one against Leganes are perfect opportunities to extend their winning streak. They have been impressive at home, and only Barcelona managed to defeat them at their home ground in the last ten games there.
Leganes probably will be happy if they finish mid-table and don’t seem to have any bigger aspirations this season other than surviving. Leganes are the second worst team in the league when it comes to playing away from home, so I think this is going to play a big role here. That’s why we recommend betting on Getafe at 10/11 odds at Bet365.Prediction: Getafe to win @ 10/11 at Bet365
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