Osasuna vs. Real Madrid Predictions, Betting Tips and

[Translation] Which La Liga club fits each Premier League team?

Good morning lads and lassies of soccer. To celebrate that the Bundesliga finally comes back I bring you the transcripton/translation of a pretty interesting video I had watched some time ago, related (and literally titled) "Which La Liga team fits each team of the Premier League?"
Now, I know the issue about fans that have simpathy for "second" teams is polarizing and as we all know after last year, it can become something completely vomitive, but this video is indeed trying to give fans of Spanish clubs reasons to like a particular English club, and with that said, tbh I believe at the end of the day most fans, plastic or not, do feel at least some simpathy for some clubs above others excluding their own. From the small town fan who supports their local club but also the "big" team that challenges for the league in the top division, to the Ultra that hates every club of their country that isn't his but do likes a foreign club of which he befriended their respective Ultras in the past, I'm pretty sure that most football fans do feel at least a bit of simpathy for some particular club of a foreign league.
But well, that discussion shouldn't be the topic of this. The fact is that these Spaniards of the video do like particular English clubs and to guide other similar Spaniards analyzed the situation and created this "guidebook" about which Premier League club "currently" fits each La Liga club, and that is what will be shown here.
With a last emphasis in the "currently", there's nothing else to say as preview. Just remember that these aren't my opinions and I'm only sharing what they decided.

Newcastle United & Athletic Club

Crystal Palace & Getafe

Liverpool & Real Madrid

Norwich & Valladolid

Bournemouth & Eibar

Burnley & Alaves

Sheffield United & Mallorca

Brighton & Levante

Leicester & Villarreal

Southampton & Leganés

Watford & Granada

Chelsea & Atletico Madrid

Tottenham & Sevilla

Manchester United & Valencia

Everton & Real Sociedad

Manchester City & Barcelona

West Ham & Espanyol

Wolves & Real Betis

Aston Villa & Celta de Vigo

Arsenal & Osasuna

*and that's it. Hope that you liked it as I did. Do you have any opinions about how to make this even more accurate? feel free to share them.
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Osasuna Vs Valladolid odds, preview and predictions

Friday 11/04/2014, 22:00, Spain Primera Division, Round 33, Osasuna Vs Valladolid Osasuna Vs Valladolid Betting Preview For 13 consecutive years, Osasuna avoided relegation and more than once they came dangerously close of being sent to Liga Adelante. Valladolid can't brag about such a performance and they stand just one place clear of the quicksand, thanks to superior goal average. Both teams are in dire need of points and a defeat in Pamplona would jeopardize their mission of remaining among the best Spanish teams Osasuna Vs Valladolid Betting Odds At Bet365 Osasuna 2.05, Draw 3.30 Valladolid 3.60 Osasuna Vs Valladolid Betting Tips March was a terrible month for Osasuna, who lost 5 games in a row and barely scrapped a point at home against Real Sociedad. The small team from Pamplona rebounded and won its first game since claiming all three points in the stunning victory over Atletico Madrid. Defeating Almeria at home wasn't as glamorous as derailing the leaders, but those three points will weigh heavily in the balance. Osasuna left the relegation area and even though the gap separating them from Getafe is narrow, it can be gradually increased. The injury list grows shorter and at the time of writing, only Lolo, Sisi and Armenteros are still missing, none of them being essential players. The inability to score goals on the other hand is worrisome and against a highly motivated opponent, with great defensive skills, Osasuna can find itself against the ropes. Valladolid won just twice in the last 10 games but except for the lopsided defeat to Sevilla, they didn't allow more than one goal. Add to this the fact that Valladolid is at full strength for the first time in more than three months and it is only natural to expect them to field a competitive squad in Pamplona. The visitors will be once again relying almost exclusively on Javi Guerra upfront, as he is the only quality striker in their rotation. Osasuna can certainly relate to this situation, as they've been throwing Oriol Riera at their opponents time after time. With 11 goals scored in 31 games, he is certainly the main threat for Valladolid, but the visitors are quite good at annihilating a lonely striker, stranded alone in their own half. Key Facts Home pitch advantage is not that important when these two teams go head to head. The hosts didn't win a single time in the last 13 games Riera and Guerra are the only dangerous strikers and both teams will assign two defenders to counter them, which can lead to a low scoring match. Osasuna Vs Valladolid Betting Prediction Don't expect a scoring festival here, but instead choose value and place a medium-stakes wager on the Draw. Another worthy alternative for risk-averse punters who have second thoughts about betting on a draw is to give credit to the visiting team. A double-chance wager on Valladolid to win or draw is valued at 1.80 by the same bookie. Bet: Draw @ 3.30 with Bet365
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Almeria Vs Osasuna Betting odds, preview and predictions

Almeria Vs Osasuna Betting Preview Both of these teams are in danger of relegation. Both teams could really feel the threat as the season slowly comes to the end. The winner will enhance the chances to remain in the Spanish Primera Division also next season. Both teams have 30 points from... 31 games. Both won 8 games, tied 6 and lost 17. Almeria Vs Osasuna Betting Odds At Bet365Almeria 2.30, Draw 3.10, Osasuna 3.30 Almeria Vs Osasuna Betting Tips Almeria obtained only 5 points in the last 8 games but they were able to win one and draw one in the last two home games: 4-3 to Real Sociedad and 2-2 with Valencia. At home they won 3 out of their last 6. Almeria know that it is fundamental to get as many points as possible in this match as the next fixture will be at Santiago Bernabeu with Real Madrid. Only one point in the last 6 games for Osasuna which have scored only one goal in the last 6 away games: 0-0 with Granada, 1-3 defeat with Villarreal, 0-0 in Elche, 0-2 with Levante, 0-7 with Barcelona and 0-1 with Rayo Vallecano. For Almeria, Dubarbier, Torsiglieri, H. Martinez are not available for this match. For Osasuna, Lotiès, Armenteros, Lolo, Sisi are not available for this match. Kay Facts Almeria is unbeaten in the last six matches at home Osasuna is without a win in last 6 matches Prediction Motivation, home results of Almeria as well as the recent negative series of Osasuna let me chose with confidence the Andalusian team.
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Almeria Vs Osasuna Betting odds, preview and predictions

Almeria Vs Osasuna Betting Preview Both of these teams are in danger of relegation. Both teams could really feel the threat as the season slowly comes to the end. The winner will enhance the chances to remain in the Spanish Primera Division also next season. Both teams have 30 points from... 31 games. Both won 8 games, tied 6 and lost 17. Almeria Vs Osasuna Betting Odds At Bet365Almeria 2.30, Draw 3.10, Osasuna 3.30 Almeria Vs Osasuna Betting Tips Almeria obtained only 5 points in the last 8 games but they were able to win one and draw one in the last two home games: 4-3 to Real Sociedad and 2-2 with Valencia. At home they won 3 out of their last 6. Almeria know that it is fundamental to get as many points as possible in this match as the next fixture will be at Santiago Bernabeu with Real Madrid. Only one point in the last 6 games for Osasuna which have scored only one goal in the last 6 away games: 0-0 with Granada, 1-3 defeat with Villarreal, 0-0 in Elche, 0-2 with Levante, 0-7 with Barcelona and 0-1 with Rayo Vallecano. For Almeria, Dubarbier, Torsiglieri, H. Martinez are not available for this match. For Osasuna, Lotiès, Armenteros, Lolo, Sisi are not available for this match. Kay Facts Almeria is unbeaten in the last six matches at home Osasuna is without a win in last 6 matches Prediction Motivation, home results of Almeria as well as the recent negative series of Osasuna let me chose with confidence the Andalusian team.
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Team Preview: Athletic Bilbao [La Liga 2016/17] 2/20

Welcome to La Liga preview, where we talk about a team competing in the top flight of Spain. For each club, we will talk about history, star players, stadium information and more, so that people can better understand the culture and background of the club.

Athletic Bilbao

About:
Club History:
Founded 118 years ago in 1898, Athletic Bilbao is one of the most historically successful clubs in Spain. They, along with two other clubs, have never been relegated from the first division in their entire history. Athletic have won the league title a total of 8 times, which is the 4th most titles won in La Liga behind Atletico (10), Barcelona (24) and Real Madrid (32).
During the early years, the club was immediately successful, frequently winning the Copa del Rey title. Their star player at the time is still remembered in football today as his name is used for the award given to the player who scores the most goals in a season, the "Pichichi".
All of the games in Bilbao were played at the club’s present stadium, San Mamés, named after a nearby church. This led to the stadium being known as ‘The Cathedral’, although the atmosphere inside the stadium definitely is the opposite of one!
Athletic Bilbao are most well known outside of Spain for their Basque policy; Ever since 1912, the club has followed a strict rule of only fielding players Basque players. Although the rule has become slightly more flexible throughout the years, all of the players currently playing for Athletic today are Basque.
Last Season:
In the previous season, Athletic finished in 5th place, gaining qualification to the group stage of the UEFA Europa League. They were only 2 points off from qualifying for the Champions League play-off round, but 4th was taken by Villarreal CF. The clubs top scorer in the league was Aritz Aduriz as the 7th overall top scorer with 20 goals, which is quite good for a 35-year-old striker! He was also the top scorer in the Europa League, which is also impressive considering Athletic Bilbao were knocked out in the quarter-finals by the eventual winner of the tournament, Sevilla.
In the Copa del Rey, they made their way to the quarter finals after beating Villarreal 4-2 on aggregate in the Round of 16 but they were knocked out by the eventual winners Barcelona, drawing the first leg 1-1 but then getting beaten 3-2 in the second leg.
Transfers:
Transfer - IN Transfer - OUT Age Position Nation Price (€) To/From
~ U. Bastinza 24 RB Spain Free Leganes
~ E. Moran 25 DM Spain Free Zaragoza
~ I. Gomez 26 LW Spain Free Alves
Predicted Starting XI:
- - - - - - - - - - Aduriz - - - - - - - - - - - Muniain - - - Garcia - - - Williams - - - - - - - - - Jose - - Benat - - - - - - - - Balenziaga - Exteita - Laporte - Marcos - - - - - - - - - - Iriazoz - - - - - - - - - 
Players To Watch:
The Manager:
Ernesto Valverde signed to Athletic Bilbao in mid-2013 and since then, he has delivered a lot of success. Under his reign, the club managed to qualify for the Europa League 3 consecutive times and they were also finalists in the 2015 Copa del Rey. Valverde brought Athletic their first trophy in 31 years after beating Barcelona 5-1 on aggregate in the Supercopa!
What the fans think:
We asked fans on what they think of the following season. /soccer Thread | /athleticclub Thread
Thanks to everyone who participated. We asked these four questions:
kaitoren: "Well, we still have to define the squad for the next season. We are monitoring Monreal and Azpilikueta, and Laporte has rejected Manchester City to continue in Athletic. Athletic had received 50 million of his signing, but it is money that is little use for the club. He has been our signing of the season, because he is an irreplaceable player. It would have left a huge hole in our defense. But I have many illusions. Aduriz, already in the top 10 historical scorers of Athletic, I see him as strong as ever. Iñaki is growing up. Beñat, de Marcos, Raúl García, etc. Very good players. Iker Muniain, on the contrary, I hope he recover his best level or I don't see him in the starting 11. I hope won't be a season of transition. I want to come again to the final of Copa del Rey and Europa League and win the fuck up. In La Liga, qualifying for Champions League."
MyBoyBernard: "We've retained all players except for Carlos Gurpegi, a long time serving midfielder who started 12 matches and subbed on for a few more. No big loss, a slight decrease of midfield depth. But I don't have any worries there. We've signed on veteran striker Aduriz for one more year. In my opinion that is the wild card of how well we do. Can he continue to be amazing? I think so. But we do need to have a fall back plan in mind. Iñaki Williams is a young player who has been stepping up and could hopefully step up more. Other competition in La Liga seems to be generally stronger and with our policy our signing potential is pretty limited. So we are coming back with basically the same team. But I'd still bet we'll land ourselves in Europa league. Probably be tight though. Changes in the starting XI? Considering the lack of new signings and lack of players leaving, no. Before the campaign starts? I wish we could poach some basque bro from a smalleother club. Maybe Roberto Torres from Osasuna. I'm a fan of Agirretxe and Pardo from Sociedad. But realistically I don't think we are going to sign anyone."
Wrap Up:
Athletic Bilbao, will definitely look to improve on their position in the league and they will also try to achieve a higher place in the Europa League. It is a mostly unchanged starting eleven from last season, but the squad is still capable of finishing in the top 5 and keeping their place as one of the top teams in Spain.
Previous made so far:
Deportivo Alaves
Athletic Bilbao
Hope you found this preview informative, if you have any suggestions/criticisms for these previews, feel free to comment them. Also check out /spanishfootball, if you miss any of these previews, you can find them all there. :)
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Team Preview: Athletic Bilbao [La Liga 2016/17] 2/20

Welcome to La Liga preview, where we talk about a team competing in the top flight of Spain. For each club, we will talk about history, star players, stadium information and more, so that people can better understand the culture and background of the club.

Athletic Bilbao

About:
Club History:
Founded 118 years ago in 1898, Athletic Bilbao is one of the most historically successful clubs in Spain. They, along with two other clubs, have never been relegated from the first division in their entire history. Athletic have won the league title a total of 8 times, which is the 4th most titles won in La Liga behind Atletico (10), Barcelona (24) and Real Madrid (32).
During the early years, the club was immediately successful, frequently winning the Copa del Rey title. Their star player at the time is still remembered in football today as his name is used for the award given to the player who scores the most goals in a season, the "Pichichi".
All of the games in Bilbao were played at the club’s present stadium, San Mamés, named after a nearby church. This led to the stadium being known as ‘The Cathedral’, although the atmosphere inside the stadium definitely is the opposite of one!
Athletic Bilbao are most well known outside of Spain for their Basque policy; Ever since 1912, the club has followed a strict rule of only fielding players Basque players. Although the rule has become slightly more flexible throughout the years, all of the players currently playing for Athletic today are Basque.
Last Season:
In the previous season, Athletic finished in 5th place, gaining qualification to the group stage of the UEFA Europa League. They were only 2 points off from qualifying for the Champions League play-off round, but 4th was taken by Villarreal CF. The clubs top scorer in the league was Aritz Aduriz as the 7th overall top scorer with 20 goals, which is quite good for a 35-year-old striker! He was also the top scorer in the Europa League, which is also impressive considering Athletic Bilbao were knocked out in the quarter-finals by the eventual winner of the tournament, Sevilla.
In the Copa del Rey, they made their way to the quarter finals after beating Villarreal 4-2 on aggregate in the Round of 16 but they were knocked out by the eventual winners Barcelona, drawing the first leg 1-1 but then getting beaten 3-2 in the second leg.
Transfers:
Transfer - IN Transfer - OUT Age Position Nation Price (€) To/From
~ U. Bastinza 24 RB Spain Free Leganes
~ E. Moran 25 DM Spain Free Zaragoza
~ I. Gomez 26 LW Spain Free Alves
Predicted Starting XI:
- - - - - - - - - - Aduriz - - - - - - - - - - - Muniain - - - Garcia - - - Williams - - - - - - - - - Jose - - Benat - - - - - - - - Balenziaga - Exteita - Laporte - Marcos - - - - - - - - - - Iriazoz - - - - - - - - - 
Players To Watch:
The Manager:
Ernesto Valverde signed to Athletic Bilbao in mid-2013 and since then, he has delivered a lot of success. Under his reign, the club managed to qualify for the Europa League 3 consecutive times and they were also finalists in the 2015 Copa del Rey. Valverde brought Athletic their first trophy in 31 years after beating Barcelona 5-1 on aggregate in the Supercopa!
What the fans think:
We asked fans on what they think of the following season. /soccer Thread | /athleticclub Thread
Thanks to everyone who participated. We asked these four questions:
kaitoren: "Well, we still have to define the squad for the next season. We are monitoring Monreal and Azpilikueta, and Laporte has rejected Manchester City to continue in Athletic. Athletic had received 50 million of his signing, but it is money that is little use for the club. He has been our signing of the season, because he is an irreplaceable player. It would have left a huge hole in our defense. But I have many illusions. Aduriz, already in the top 10 historical scorers of Athletic, I see him as strong as ever. Iñaki is growing up. Beñat, de Marcos, Raúl García, etc. Very good players. Iker Muniain, on the contrary, I hope he recover his best level or I don't see him in the starting 11. I hope won't be a season of transition. I want to come again to the final of Copa del Rey and Europa League and win the fuck up. In La Liga, qualifying for Champions League."
MyBoyBernard: "We've retained all players except for Carlos Gurpegi, a long time serving midfielder who started 12 matches and subbed on for a few more. No big loss, a slight decrease of midfield depth. But I don't have any worries there. We've signed on veteran striker Aduriz for one more year. In my opinion that is the wild card of how well we do. Can he continue to be amazing? I think so. But we do need to have a fall back plan in mind. Iñaki Williams is a young player who has been stepping up and could hopefully step up more. Other competition in La Liga seems to be generally stronger and with our policy our signing potential is pretty limited. So we are coming back with basically the same team. But I'd still bet we'll land ourselves in Europa league. Probably be tight though. Changes in the starting XI? Considering the lack of new signings and lack of players leaving, no. Before the campaign starts? I wish we could poach some basque bro from a smalleother club. Maybe Roberto Torres from Osasuna. I'm a fan of Agirretxe and Pardo from Sociedad. But realistically I don't think we are going to sign anyone."
Wrap Up:
Athletic Bilbao, will definitely look to improve on their position in the league and they will also try to achieve a higher place in the Europa League. It is a mostly unchanged starting eleven from last season, but the squad is still capable of finishing in the top 5 and keeping their place as one of the top teams in Spain.
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Osasuna have lost 11 of their last 12 visits to the Bernabeu where there last win came back in 2004. Jagoba Arrasate's side are offered at 12.00 with the draw at 6.00. Real Madrid vs Osasuna Team News Osasuna conceded a total of 24 goals from the past eight fixtures. 19 of the preceding 21 wins had gone to the Los Blancos as well. In the last 17 years, only twice have the hosts won at this venue. Osasuna vs Real Madrid Match Preview. Osasuna lost on the road the last match-day, against Villarreal. Real Madrid is first in the Spanish League with 49 points. They scored 40 goals which isnt impressive but they only allowed 13 goals which makes them have the best defence. Osasuna is a mid table team on a bad run with 2 losses. Real is a better team and should get the win here Osasuna vs. Real Madrid Predictions, Betting Tips and Previews . 05 February 2020. Sunday 9 February. El Sadar – La Liga. La Liga table-toppers Real Madrid head to Pamplona to face mid-table Osasuna with a three point lead over Barcelona. The hosts are just about safe from relegation and will be looking for a big-name scalp. Source:Pixabay Osasuna vs Real Madrid. Preview and Prediction, Head to Head (H2H), Team Comparison and Statistics. 2020-02-09 Prediction, H2H, Tip and Match Preview. Football Predictions and Betting Tips.

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