Celta vs Real Madrid – La Liga Prediction Tips 17 August 2019

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Celta vs Real Madrid
Celta de Vigo host Real Madrid in matchday 1 of La Liga on Saturday 17th August, 11:00pm (UTC +8) at Balaídos.

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WIN/DRAW/WIN KEY STATISTICS
Celta has won 45% of their last 20 home league games and Real Madrid has lost 35% of their last 20 away league games.The last time Real Madrid won away in the league was 6 games ago against Valladolid. The last time Celta lost a home league game was 6 matches ago against Real Betis.

Celta last kept a clean sheet at home 2 games ago, and have kept 6 clean sheets in their last 20 home games. Real Madrid last failed to score away in the league 2 games ago and have missed the net in 5 of their last 20 away league games.

Of the 9 league games Celta has won at home, they scored first 6 times. Of the 7 away games Real Madrid has lost, they conceded first 6 times.

WIN/DRAW/WIN KEY STATISTICS
Celta has won 45% of their last 20 home league games and Real Madrid has lost 35% of their last 20 away league games.The last time Real Madrid won away in the league was 6 games ago against Valladolid. The last time Celta lost a home league game was 6 matches ago against Real Betis.

Celta last kept a clean sheet at home 2 games ago, and have kept 6 clean sheets in their last 20 home games. Real Madrid last failed to score away in the league 2 games ago and have missed the net in 5 of their last 20 away league games.

Of the 9 league games Celta has won at home, they scored first 6 times. Of the 7 away games Real Madrid has lost, they conceded first 6 times.

BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE KEY STATISTICS
60% of Celta’s last 20 home league games have ended with Both teams scoring. They won 4, drew 4 and lost 4 of those games.

70% of Real Madrid’s last 20 away league games ended with both teams scoring, they won 7, drew 3 and lost 4 of those games.

The last time Celta failed to score at home in the league was a 0-1 loss to Real Betis in March this year.

The last time Real Madrid kept a clean sheet away in the league was in a 0-0 draw against Getafe in April this year.

OVER/UNDER 2.5 GOALS KEY STATISTICS
Celta’s last 20 home league games have averaged 3.1 goals a game. Real Madrid’s last 20 away league games have averaged 3.3 goals a game.

Celta have scored on average at home in the league 1.8 goals a game and conceded on average 1.4 goals.

Real Madrid have scored on average away in the league 1.7 goals a game and conceded on average 1.7 goals

FIXTURE HISTORY KEY STATISTICS
Celta has won 45% of their last 20 home league games and Real Madrid has lost 35% of their last 20 away league games.

The last time Real Madrid won away in the league was 6 games ago against Valladolid. The last time Celta lost a home league game was 6 matches ago against Real Betis.

Celta last kept a clean sheet at home 2 games ago, and have kept 6 clean sheets in their last 20 home games. Real Madrid last failed to score away in the league 2 games ago and have missed the net in 5 of their last 20 away league games.

Of the 9 league games Celta has won at home, they scored first 6 times. Of the 7 away games Real Madrid has lost, they conceded first 6 times.

Celta de Vigo drew their last La Liga match 2-2. Real Madrid lost their’s 0-2.

LAST MATCH KEY STATISTICS
Celta de Vigo 2-2 Rayo Vallecano
Celta de Vigo’s last match was in La Liga against Rayo Vallecano on Saturday 18th May at Balaídos. They drew the game 2-2 .
Celta de Vigo’s last starting line-up was:

GLK: Ruben Blanco
DEF: Hugo Mallo, Nestor Araujo, Gustavo Cabral, Lucas Olaza
MID: Brais Mendez, Stanislav Lobotka, Okay Yokuslu, Ryad Boudebouz
FWD: Maxi Gomez, Iago Aspas
This La Liga line-up has 876 all-time La Liga appearances and 151 goals.

Real Madrid 0-2 Real Betis
Real Madrid’s last match was in La Liga against Real Betis on Sunday 19th May at Santiago Bernabéu. They lost the game 0-2.

Real Madrid’s last starting line-up was:

GLK: Keylor Navas
DEF: Dani Carvajal, Raphael Varane, Nacho, Marcelo
MID: Federico Valverde, Marcos Llorente, Luka Modric, Brahim Diaz
FWD: Karim Benzema, Vinicius Junior

This La Liga line-up has 1044 all-time La Liga appearances and 184 goals.