- Estadio de Mendizorroza
- Both teams have scored in 12 of Granada’s last 15 league games and in four of Alaves’ last five home starts.
- Alaves have failed to score in just one of their last 11 matches at Mendizorroza, while they’ve also kept just two clean sheets in that period.
- Granada have struck in all but three of their 18 away trips but have kept just two clean sheets on the road.
Both teams to strike at Mendizorroza
After their superb 0-2 midweek success at Elche, Alaves could well guarantee their La Liga safety against Granada this weekend, although we think both teams to score is the best bet for punters at Mendizorroza.
Babazorros posted just their third away victory of the campaign at Estadio Martinez Valero to move four points clear of the relegation zone and they did so in some style. Javier Calleja’s team have now lost just one of their last seven (W3, D3), and after collecting seven points from their last three home outings, it’s easy to see why they’re favourites to overcome a Granada side who have lost their last three league games and 11 from 18 on the road this term (W4, D3).
Nevertheless, Alaves are a touch on the short side at around 5/6, especially when there’s even money knocking about for both of these sides to get on the scoresheet this Sunday afternoon.
12 of Granada’s last 15 La Liga matches have seen both teams register and Nazaries have been involved in plenty of high scoring encounters throughout the campaign. Despite being 10th in the table, Diego Martinez’ men have the worst defensive record in the Spanish top flight and have managed to keep just two clean sheets on their travels.
At the other end though, Granada have netted in all but three of their away trips, so with both teams also scoring in four of Alaves’ last five here, you can see why we’re keen on a similar outcome this weekend.
In the correct score market, it may pay to chance the hosts being on the right end of a thriller, and 3-2 is our prediction.
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- No team has a worse defensive record in the Primera Liga than Granada, who have conceded 61 goals in 36 games
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