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El Clasic o 21 April 2012 preview

Submitted by on April 21, 2012 – 5:21 amNo Comment

Saturday, April 21, at 19:00 pm is the second meeting between the Spanish domestic rivals Barcelona and Real Madrid at the Nou Camp here, and Unibet has some great markets and prices to celebrate the occasion. European football’s biggest derby comes at the La Liga title is in equilibrium with only four points separating the teams – Real Madrid win would have meant that the silver is heading back to the capital, but the Barcelona victory would cut the lead to the point, with only four matches delicious remaining.

After the Champions League Final, this is the most followed football game in the world with hundreds of millions of viewers, and both teams trophy cabinet is full to the brim – it contains 75 trophies Barcelona while Madrid can boast of 74, including 31 La Liga trophies. There are 163 La Liga El Clásico, with Madrid holds the upper hand with 68 wins with 64 Barcelona. After the first 23 seconds of the match ups this season, seems to be going well for Madrid as goals from Karim Benzema hit the back of the net at the Santiago Bernabeu, suggesting that changes in the hierarchy in the country is imminent. Fast forward 90 minutes and the ground was half empty, has mastered the Barcelona Real Madrid and dream of the shifting balance of power is long gone as a team in red and blue won 3-1. 5 months later we find ourselves waiting for the next episode in the soap opera’s most intense sport, the excitement increased two full-blooded encounter in the Copa Del Rey, Barcelona winning 2-1 at the Bernabeu before the feisty 2-2 draw at the Nou camp.

Real Madrid Jose Mourinho now face Barcelona 10 times and won only once, and never at the Nou Camp. This could be the reason why his team 5.25 to win, not bad odds for a team that has taken 41 points from 48 available away from home this season! More conclusive reason for the Real Madrid opportunities may be in the charity Barcelona is home record – 15 wins, 1 draw and 0 defeats this season, and only 1 defeat in La Liga the previous two seasons! Barcelona is a beautiful record of 1.85 to continue and it would take a brave person to argue. There is only one draw in the last nine league meetings, with 6 wins and 2 to Barcelona to Real and the possible results of this series is illustrated with a chance of 3.80. Last league meeting at the Nou Camp finished 5-0 to Barcelona, ​​and repeat scoreline is available at 60.00. Lionel Messi failed to score in the game and the results that can be supported in 2.40, while the great rival Cristiano Ronaldo can be backed at 6.50 and 2.40 score the first goal to score every time. If you like Messi scored a goal, then you can make him at 3.50 to 1.50 for the first or anytime during the match, a result that most would consider the possibility based on 60 + goals this season. In the 2009/2010 and the game finished 1-0 scoreline is backable at 9.00, while the score of 2008/2009 from 2-0 is available in 9.50. The last time a team led at half time and then lost the match in El Clásico matches in 1988, but if the half time / full time betting that you fancy, Barcelona halftime lead Real Madrid to win fulltime can be supported in 46.00, while the reverse of that support Barcelona’s victory can be backed up at 22.00.

“With Barcelona so strong at home, it is not surprising that we have seen 75% of bets placed on a 1×2 home team. However, some passengers are taking advantage of what some might call a generous price at Real Madrid and we saw some slight movement on them, “said Erik Backlund, head of the Unibet Sportsbook.

“One interesting possibility bet my eyes is more than 4.5 goals in the game, as both teams scored in love and there are some big scores in history, especially the last 5-0 this time the two met in a league match at Nou Camp.”

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