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WATCH : Graham Hunter is back with a whopping 23/1 La Liga treble

by Graham Hunter | December 4, 2015

Gary Neville may be the new boss of Valencia, but he’s in the stands for the game this weekend against the runaway train that is Barcelona. But the Mestalla has always been a bit tricky for the champions, and I think it will be again, but Messi and co should just squeeze home

  • Valencia have the second meanest defense in the league, but they’re coming up against the top scorers. Both teams to score is
  • In the last four league meetings, there have been 13 goals

Valencia’s conquerors last weekend, Sevilla, face an improving Deportivo La Coruna in Estadio Riazor.

  • Deportivo are unbeaten at home since the end of September, but haven’t beaten Sevilla there since 2009. They’re  to break that streak
  • Lucas Perez has seven goals in his last eight. A wincast for him to score and Depor to win is 

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I think Real will continue to bounce back from their Clasico humbling, by easily beating Getafe in the afternoon gam. The damage will come down the wings

  • Getafe are bottom of the form table, losing their last three
  • Cristiano Ronaldo has 10 goals in his last four matches against Getafe, including a hat trick last season. says he’ll do it again
  • Gareth Bale has three goals in his eight starts so far. He’s to grab a goal

Bilbao are starting to show some form, they’ve won four of their last five, with Aritz Aduriz leading the charge. A hat trick last weekend against Vallecano on top of a double in Europe has hepled lift Atletic up the table. They face a Malaga side in the bottom three. Back Aduriz to net again, and Bilbao to win at


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