Granada vs Real Betis Predictions

Granada vs Real Betis predictions for Thursday’s La Liga clash. Betis have an opportunity to get their campaign back on track against strugglers Granada at Los Carmenes. Will they succeed or will more misery come their way? Read on for all our free predictions and betting tips.

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Granada vs Real Betis Predictions



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Battle for Redemption and Consistency in La Liga

Key Stats
– Granada have conceded a league-high 17 goals in just six matches.
– Betis have only one win in their last five outings across all competitions.
– Granada have won two of their last three home matches against Real Betis.

Amid the fervour of La Liga, Granada are set to square off against Real Betis at the Estadio Los Carmenes this Thursday. Granada, who sit precariously in the 19th spot, are desperately seeking to break a three-game losing streak. In contrast, Real Betis, currently 10th, have had a rollercoaster start to their campaign.

Granada’s Struggle for Form

Granada’s aspirations for a revival took a hit last weekend with a heart-breaking 1-0 defeat to Las Palmas, despite having a man advantage for the last 32 minutes. A dismissal for Las Palmas’ Mika Marmol seemed to turn the tide in Granada’s favour, but they were left reeling from Kirian Rodriguez’s last-minute goal. With five defeats in their initial six fixtures, Paco Lopez finds himself in increasingly hot water.


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Contributing to Granada’s troubling start has been their defensive woes. A worrying 17 goals conceded in six matches makes them the most permeable defence in La Liga. However, a silver lining for Granada is their past record at home against Betis; they’ve emerged victorious in two of their previous three encounters. Their only win this season also came at home – a thrilling 3-2 triumph over Mallorca.

Betis’s Inconsistent Start

Manuel Pellegrini’s Real Betis, while seated comfortably in the top half, have faced their share of early-season challenges. Their recent form has been patchy, with a single victory in their last five matches across competitions. A promising win over Rayo Vallecano was followed by a drubbing at the hands of Barcelona and a narrow loss to Rangers in the Europa League.

Betis’s last league fixture against Cadiz saw them fight back to clinch a 1-1 draw, thanks to an acrobatic effort by Guido Rodriguez. Their forthcoming matches offer a golden opportunity for resurgence, with the majority of their games against lower-ranked teams. Despite a dip in form on the road, Betis fans will fondly recall their last visit to Estadio Los Carmenes, where they secured a 2-1 win.

Key Players and Team News

Granada’s team news is mixed. Miguel Rubio’s injury woes continue, making him doubtful for Thursday’s clash. Jesus Vallejo also remains sidelined. However, Gonzalo Villar and former Real Madrid star, Jose Callejon, are eagerly looking for starting roles. Lucas Boye and Myrto Uzuni, despite recent goal droughts, are anticipated to lead the line.

For Betis, injuries have hampered their squad. Key players such as Nabil Fekir, William Carvalho, Rui Silva, and Youssouf Sabaly are nursing various injuries, though the latter trio might see action soon. Pellegrini’s choice of left-back remains a toss-up between Juan Miranda and Abner. The midfield and attack will likely feature stalwarts such as Rodri, Isco, Ayoze Perez, and Willian Jose.


1. Match Outcome: Given both teams’ recent form and statistics, a draw seems likely. Granada’s vulnerability in defence, combined with Betis’s scoring woes, especially on the road, hints at an evenly contested match.

2. Correct Score: A 1-1 draw, reflecting both teams’ recent patterns.

3. Goalscorer Prediction: Lucas Boye for Granada and Willian Jose for Betis appear to be the likeliest to find the back of the net, considering their recent form and Betis’s vulnerability on the road.

4. Corner Prediction: Granada, averaging 4.8 corners per match, might edge out Betis, who average slightly lower at 4.5. A total of around 9 corners for the match seems probable.



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