Real Madrid set for another goalfest against Levante

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Although Real Madrid may struggle to emulate the 8-0 success they gained when they last hosted Levante, they should have little trouble claiming maximum points again.

Real Madrid’s betting odds are 1/8 to beat Levante and therefore it may make more sense opting for a different betting opportunity to gain some value.

Levante have conceded 13 goals on their last two visits to the Bernabeu and despite Real Madrid not scoring loads of goals of late, a high-scoring contest is likely to take place.

It is 5/6 in the La Liga betting that over 3.5 goals are scored, while 14/1 could be a reasonable price that Real Madrid triumph 4-1.

Furthermore, Real Madrid are 1/1 to still win even if giving Levante a +2 handicap, which simply means they have to witness success by three goals to win the bet.

Levante are 16/1 to repeat their victory at the Bernabeu in 2007, while it is 15/2 that they leave with a point.

As Real Madrid continue their pursuit of Barcelona, Atletico Madrid have suffered a massive drop in form and they will be hoping to regain some winning momentum away at Zaragoza.

Atletico Madrid have lost six of their last seven games in all competitions and four on the bounce in La Liga.

It is 8/5 in the La Liga betting that they beat Zaragoza and 23/10 that they share the spoils.

However, the wise money may be on Zaragoza sealing victory as despite their lowly league position of being just one place outside of the relegation zone, they are unbeaten in four games at home.

Therefore, Zaragoza may be a touch overpriced at 13/8 to claim victory, which would extend the record of the home team winning six of the last seven encounters between the pair.

A £25 stake on Real Madrid beating Levante 5-0 would return £300. New customers can sign up here for a free £25 bet.

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Craig Kemp

Craig has written for Ladbrokes since the 2010 World Cup, having previously gained a Media & Sports Journalism degree and contributed to publications including the Racing Post. His main areas of interest are horse racing and UFC, but he is also an avid X Factor gambler and likes nothing more than indulging in a spot of Hip Hop Karaoke.