Monday, June 17, 2024

June 4th: Sunday’s La Liga Double – 6/1 Special, Betting Tips & Predictions

With Barcelona eventually breezing their way to a first domestic crown since 2019, it will be the other end of the La Liga table that steals all of the headlines this weekend.

Opening the final round of La Liga fixtures with just two points separating Valladolid in 18th and Cadiz who currently sit in 12th, the race for top-flight safety is certainly going down to the wire.

For those of you that are looking to place a final weekend flutter, we have created your ultimate Sunday Double ahead of what looks set to be a rollercoaster evening from across Spain’s elite.

17:30 Real Madrid vs Athletic Bilbao

While Real Madrid might have suffered a public Champions League nightmare last month as they slumped to a 5-1 aggregate defeat against Manchester City, Los Blancos have certainly found a welcomed boost over the past fortnight. Last seen mounting a stellar comeback away at newly-crowned Europa League champions Sevilla as they secured a 2-1 victory, Carlo Ancelotti’s men have picked up back-to-back La Liga wins for the first time since April.

Still with work to be done in their bid to claim a silver medal finish, the Spanish heavyweights will be looking to sign off the 2022/23 campaign with a flurry at the Bernabeu.

Opening Sunday’s La Liga finale priced at 10/11 with BetUS to extend on their remarkable unbeaten romp in the capital, Ancelotti’s superstar squad should be relishing Athletic Bilbao’s arrival on Sunday evening.

Although the Basque-based outfit might still hold a mathematical chance of pinching a Europa Conference League ticket this weekend, Ernesto Valverde’s men are really limping their way over the finish line. Last seen getting hit with a shock 1-0 defeat at home against Elche, the one-time Barcelona boss has seen his downbeat squad lose four of their previous five La Liga appearances.

With that nightmare blip highlighted by a 5-1 drumming away at Villarreal on May 13th, Bilbao travel to the Bernabeu on Sunday evening priced as high as 13/5 with 1xBet to muster just a second victory in the capital since way back in 2005.

Betting Tip: Real Madrid win & Both teams to score @ 23/10 with Pribet

17:30 Mallorca vs Rayo Vallecano

Although Mallorca might have shown some extended inconsistencies over the past six weeks, Sunday’s hosts have impressed many across La Liga this season. Still holding the chance to clinch what would be a stellar top-half finish this weekend, Javier Aguirre’s squad have certainly gained a reputation for their continued success on home soil.

Last seen at the Estadi Mallorca Son Moix picking up a gritty 1-0 victory against Valencia, the one-time Atletico Madrid boss has seen his side muster 10 points from just their last four La Liga appearances in Palma.

Opening their domestic finale priced as high as 2/1 with Olympusbet to extend on their hometown romp, it should also be highlighted that Mallorca have remarkably suffered just a single defeat in front of their own supporters since returning from the World Cup’s winter break.

Although Rayo Vallecano might have come flying out of the traps when opening the 2022/23 campaign, Sunday’s guests have largely come crashing back down to earth over recent times. Despite drawing a line under their three-match losing run against Villarreal last weekend, Andoni Iraola’s side have continued on a nightmare spell on the road.

In fact, Los Franjirrojos have lost their last four straight appearances outside of the capital by an aggregate score of 11-3.

While Vallecano might open Sunday’s showdown in Palma priced at 7/5 with Dachbet to claim a first domestic win on their travels since the end of January, Iraola’s inconsistent squad should face a rugged test here.

Betting Tip: Mallorca draw no bet @ 5/4 with Luckster

Sunday’s Daily Double

  • Real Madrid vs Athletic Bilbao – Real Madrid win & Both teams to score @ 23/10
  • Mallorca vs Rayo Vallecano – Mallorca draw no bet @ 5/4

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Tom Dunstan

Formerly of The Independent, Tom has spent the past six years as one of our senior writers and betting experts. Alongside working with numerous publications from across the globe, Tom also graduated from the University of Falmouth in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Digital Media.
Spending almost the past decade working in countries such as Australia, New Zealand and Canada, he has also spent time featuring in sports radio. Tom can be followed on Instagram - @iamtomdunstan



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