Thursday, March 20, 2014

Real Madrid Edges Closer to La Liga Championship

El Clásico is arguably the biggest game in club soccer, and this week’s match-up between Real Madrid and Barcelona could barely be more important.

Real currently sit four points ahead of Barça, with the two sides split by second-place Atlético Madrid, which means after the weekend we could be back to a situation where the top three are separated by just one point.

The home side are favourites at 2.18 with, but the visitors’ odds of 3.00 demonstrate that they have every chance of closing the gap. The draw is available at 3.30.

Both sides are top-heavy, with great attacking talent paired with comparatively ordinary defences which conceded more than a goal a game over the course of last season.

It is therefore maybe a little surprising that this match has ended 0-0 on eight occasions, however there is no need to worry about that happening again on Saturday night. will refund all losing pre-match Correct Score, Half-Time/Full-Time or Scorecast bets as part of its Nil-Nil Money-Back Offer.

If you ask me, this looks like a game with plenty of potential for goals. Real just won their Champions League game against Schalke 9-2 on aggregate, while Barcelona are the league’s top scorers with 81 goals in just 28 games.

Both teams will be going for the win, which should make for a fantastic 90 minutes, and the Nil-Nil Money-Back Offer is almost like insurance against a boring game – what’s not to like about that?

Larry Colcy,
The Gamblogger