Getafe (@1.95) vs Osasuna (@4.0)

Our Prediction:

Getafe will win

Getafe – Osasuna Match Prediction | 10-11-2019 12:30

El Sadar was a real fortress for them as they won promotion and they will fancy they can be competitive against just about anybody at home. However there are doubts about where their goals will come from with no player netting more than 12 times last term as they won the Segunda. Osasuna come up as the strongest and biggest spending of the promoted teams and they do look the side most likely to fend off an immediate return to the second tier.

Osasuna have also prioritised trying to tie up deals for players who did well on loan last season. Hell be hoping to make his debut here although Jagoba Arrasate is likely to largely stick with the side that ran away with the second tier title last term. Theyve been largely successful in that department and have also added Chimy Avila who is quite an exciting signing after he impressed for Huesca in the top flight last term.

Valladolid survived last time around but they may struggle to repeat the trick. Pedro Porro is a good addition but the defence has been unsettled by the departure of Fernando Calero to Espanyol and theyve not really brought in enough proven quality at the other end to suggest things are going to be any better in the final third.

Prediction Getafe - Osasuna

The newcomers have been producing fine performances at the start of the 2019/2020 La Liga season and, as a result, they sit in the top half of the standings ahead of the visit of Real Betis. Thanks to Roberto Ibanezs late goal Osasuna managed to hold Real Valladolid to a draw at Estadio Municipal Jose Zorilla on Matchday 4. It is well known that Osasuna are tough to beat at home and given los Beticos poor start to the season, we believe that there is a big value in betting on Jagoba Arrasates troops.

Theyd be playing Segunda Division football this term were it not for the heroics of Iago Aspas and hell have a few more Galicians for company now after Celta opted for a touch of local flavour by bringing Santi Mina and Denis Suarez back to the club with funds raised by the big money sale of Maxi Gomez. Celta Vigo only mathematically secured survival on the final day last season and better will be expected this time around.

Whether they go on to sign Neymar or not, Barcelona already look like they are going to be tough to beat again in La Liga. Real Madrid may improve under Zinedine Zidane but its hard to see either of the capitals big two matching the consistency of a Barcelona side that has lost only four times in La Liga in two seasons under Ernesto Valverde, with two of those defeats coming after theyd already clinched the title.

Valencia are slowly working themselves through what has been a difficult period of transition, and performances have been largely improving week to week. A 1-1 away draw to Atletico Madrid on Matchday 9 marked further progress, and Los Che will be hopeful that they can move northwards from their current 10th place whilst also securing qualification for the Champions League knockout phase.

Osasuna vs Betis H2H

The club managed to reach the Primera Division in 2004. The main club colors are blue and red. The fans of Getafe gave the club the nickname Azulones or Geta. The club hosts its home games in the Coliseum Alfonso Perez which holds a capacity of 17 7000 seats. Getafe Club de Futbol is a Spanish football club from the suburb of Madrid.

Much will depend on how far they progress in the Europa League and particularly on whether they can hold onto last seasons top scorer Borja Iglesias. The Panda is virtually irreplaceable and with a 28 million release clause, Espanyol are relatively powerless to prevent him moving on. A nervous few weeks awaits Espanyol fans but if Iglesias goes, its hard to see them finishing in the top half again.

All three newly promoted clubs struggled last term, with two going down and its hard to see the story being much different this time around. The bottom half of La Liga has got a lot stronger over the past few seasons and its going to be a tough campaign for Granada you sense. Theyve been excellent in pre-season and do at least look to have done some smart business which may give them a shot and they may try to follow the Leganes blueprint with an emphasis on keeping things tight at the back in the hope they can scrape enough wins to keep them in the league.

A whirlwind summer has followed as theyve tried to gear up for life in the top flight following back-to-back promotions. They have completed a large number signings with six players coming in on free transfers while Ante Budimir and Martin Valjent have been bought following successful loan stints at Son Moix last term. Real Mallorca came from 2-0 down against Depor to seal a dramatic promotion to the top flight in the Segunda Division play-off final at the end of June.