This Prediction Has Expired...

Follow us on facebook and twitter to get daily tips and free bets

Select a Different Fixture
8th Feb 2020
England Premier League
12:30
Everton vs Crystal Palace
17:30
Brighton vs Watford
England Championship
12:30
Wigan vs Preston
13:30
Barnsley vs Sheffield Wednesday
15:00
Huddersfield vs QPR
15:00
Reading vs Hull City
15:00
Brentford vs Middlesbrough
15:00
Blackburn Rovers vs Fulham
15:00
Swansea City vs Derby
15:00
Luton vs Cardiff
15:00
Stoke City vs Charlton
17:30
Nottingham Forest vs Leeds
Spain La Liga
15:00
Getafe vs Valencia
17:30
Real Valladolid vs Villarreal
20:00
Atletico Madrid vs Granada
German Bundesliga
14:30
Freiburg vs Hoffenheim
14:30
Schalke vs Paderborn
14:30
Werder Bremen vs Union Berlin
14:30
Hertha Berlin vs Mainz
14:30
Wolfsburg vs Fortuna Dusseldorf
17:30
Bayer Leverkusen vs Borussia Dortmund
Italy Serie A
14:00
Fiorentina vs Atalanta
17:00
Torino vs Sampdoria
19:45
Verona vs Juventus
France Ligue 1
16:30
Marseille vs Toulouse
19:00
Rennes vs Brest
19:00
Dijon vs Nantes
19:00
Amiens vs Monaco
19:00
Metz vs Bordeaux
19:00
Nice vs Nimes
Holland Eredivisie
17:30
Groningen vs Vitesse
18:45
PSV vs Willem II
18:45
Heerenveen vs VVV
19:45
RKC vs PEC Zwolle
England League One
15:00
AFC Wimbledon vs Fleetwood Town
15:00
Doncaster vs Rochdale
15:00
Tranmere vs Portsmouth
15:00
Coventry vs Bolton
15:00
Wycombe vs Bristol Rovers
15:00
Blackpool vs Southend
15:00
Shrewsbury vs MK Dons
15:00
Sunderland vs Ipswich
15:00
Peterborough vs Oxford United
England League Two
15:00
Newport County vs Cambridge United
15:00
Northampton vs Port Vale
15:00
Morecambe vs Mansfield Town
15:00
Crewe vs Oldham
15:00
Carlisle vs Swindon
15:00
Leyton Orient vs Macclesfield
15:00
Salford City vs Crawley Town
15:00
Scunthorpe vs Cheltenham
15:00
Bradford vs Grimsby Town
15:00
Colchester vs Plymouth Argyle
15:00
Exeter City vs Stevenage
15:00
Forest Green Rovers vs Walsall
Portugal Primeira
15:30
Belenenses vs Santa Clara
15:30
Famalicao vs Vitoria Guimaraes
18:00
Braga vs Gil Vicente
20:30
FC Porto vs Benfica
A-League
08:30
Brisbane Roar vs Adelaide United
Scotland FA Cup
19:20
Falkirk vs Hearts

Levante vs Leganes Predictions

TV
Spain La Liga | Estadi Ciutat de València | 8th February
Levante badge
Levante
  • W
  • W
  • L
  • L
  • L
  • L
KO 12:00
La Liga TV
Leganes badge
Leganes
  • D
  • W
  • D
  • L
  • D
  • W

Levante vs Leganes predictions for Saturday’s lunchtime La Liga action at Ciutat de Valencia. Leganes will be confident that they can continue their recent resurgence against a Levante side who have lost their last four La Liga matches. Read on for all our free La Liga predictions and betting tips.

 

Predictions & Tips

We use stars to rate our confidence in our tips, with 3 being most confident to 1 being the least.
Leganes Draw No Bet @ 1/1

We use stars to rate our confidence in our tips, with 3 being most confident to 1 being the least.
Leganes 2-1 @ 10/1

Reason For Levante vs Leganes Predictions

  • Following last week’s 2-1 home win against Real Sociedad, Leganes have now lost just one of their last seven La Liga games (W3, D3 and L1).
  • However, Los Pepineros remain winless on the road this season after five draws and five defeats from ten away fixtures.
  • Levante head into this Matchday 23 contest on the back of four straight league defeats, after last weekend’s 2-1 defeat against Barcelona at Camp Nou.

Four defeats on the spin for Levante

Levante only lost by a 2-1 scoreline against Barcelona at Camp Nou last weekend, but it was a result that arguably flattered Paco Lopez’ side.  The champions took their foot off the gas somewhat following Ansu Fati’s 90 second double salvo in the first half, and Granotas eventually managed to reduce their arrears in stoppage time after crafting a handful of opportunities.

Nevertheless, it was certainly an improved showing from Levante after defeats to nil against Osasuna (2-0) and Alaves (0-1), and their four match losing run reads less worryingly when you consider that it’s been book-ended by narrow away reversals against Barca and Atletico Madrid (2-1).

But with difficult matches upcoming against in-form Villarreal and league leaders Real Madrid, Levante seriously need to get their act together this Saturday when they entertain 18th placed Leganes.

Granotas still look relatively safe in 13th where they sit eight points clear of the bottom three, but that picture could soon change over the next few weeks. Anything from those games against Villarreal and Real Madrid would be considered a bonus, so the host’s will feel like they have to bag three points from this Matchday 23 encounter to stop the rot.

Aguirre revolution continues

On the face of it, Levante should fancy their chances this weekend against relegation threatened Lega, who haven’t won on the road this season in ten outings (D5, L5).

However, recent form undoubtedly suggests that the visitors will be hard to beat here, after losing just one of their last seven top flight matches. Last weekend’s superb 2-1 success over Real Sociedad at Butarque backed up a fine 0-0 draw against Atletico Madrid at Wanda Metropolitano the week prior, and Los Pepineros have now hauled themselves level with 17th placed Mallorca.

Lega’s turnaround over the last couple of months cannot be underestimated, and boss Javier Aguirre is getting a serious tune out of his squad, who look more than capable of easing themselves to safety in the coming weeks.

And despite still seeking their first away win of the campaign, it’s important to note that Lega have lost just one of their last five outings on the road – a narrow 1-0 defeat to fourth placed Sevilla in early December.

Leganes difficult to oppose on Matchday 23

These sides have been moving in completely different directions over the past few weeks, so it’s impossible to oppose a resurgent Leganes this weekend. The contrast in form of the two sides hasn’t gone unnoticed by the bookmakers though, who have the visitors priced up at just under 2/1 for the three points.

With Aguirre’s side still seeking their first away victory of the campaign, those odds look short enough, even though we feel they are the most likely team to triumph this Saturday lunchtime. It wouldn’t be the biggest shock were this to end all square considering Leganes have drawn four of their last five away, so the right play is to side with Los Pepineros in the ‘Draw No Bet’ market.

This wager offers the security of money back if things do end level, and the 5/6 on offer is more than reasonable based on current form and Lega’s lack of defeats since early December. If Los Pepineros are to break their duck outside of Butarque, it could well be here though, so we’re also going for a 1-2 correct score in the visitors’ favour.

Next Fixtures To Kick Off

Sign Up To Our Email Newsletter

18+ only. begambleaware.org.

Sign Up To Our Email Newsletter

Which Weekly email(s) would you like to receive?

18+ only. begambleaware.org.

Submitted Successfully

Our match preview predictions are fully researched and provided in good faith but no profits are guaranteed. Please gamble responsibly, you should only ever gamble with money you can afford to lose. Visit our responsible gambling guidelines for more information. 18+

Betting Blog
Please Gamble Responsibly