Granada CF hosts Villarreal in round 25 of Spanish LaLiga. The match will be played on Saturday, February 19th at Estadio Nuevo Los Cármenes (Granada)
A week ago, Granada CF was left without points again. The team lost 2-0 to Real Sociedad. It was the 4th consecutive defeat for the Nasrids. In general, the winless streak amounts to six rounds (four losses and two draws). Such weak results led to the fact that Granada got very close to the relegation zone. Namely, it is on the 17th line with 24 points scored. The gap from the three outsiders is only four points. In the last two home games, the Nasrids lost to Osasuna (0-2) and tied against Barcelona (1-1). In general, they sometimes managed to show quite good football at home. Actually, this is confirmed by the statistics: four victories, three draws, and four defeats with a goal difference of 16-17.
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Villarreal pleasantly pleased its fans in the last match. Emery’s men defended well against Real Madrid and eventually managed to earn one point. The referee’s final whistle recorded a goalless draw. In general, the Yellow Submarine has been looking very good lately. In the last nine LaLiga games, it suffered only one defeat and gained six victories and two draws. Such results allowed the Yellows to wedge into the fight for a place in the top four. At the moment, they are in seventh place and lag only three points behind Barcelona. Villarreal is very good at home (25 points in 13 games). But the away statistics are much worse (11 points in 11 matches). All the team’s results on foreign pitches look like this: two victories, five draws, and four defeats with a goal difference of 9-10.
In the first match of the current Spanish championship, Granada and Villarreal did not score goals. But in the last draw, the Nasrids lost to the Levantines at home with a large score of 0-3. Granada is in bad shape right now. However, the team has decent statistics at its native stadium. I think that the hosts will be able to create certain problems for the Yellow Submarine. But Villarreal is in great shape. And the draw against Real Madrid certainly made the players believe in themselves even more. However, away games are not always easy for Emery’s men. They won only two times in 11 matches. Based on this, I propose to bet on a draw.