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1pt Double, Over 2.5 goals between Sporting Gijon and Atletico Madrid and Over 2.5 goals between Barcelona and Valencia, 17/20 and 67/100 Centrebet or 4/5 and 4/7 PaddyPower (Saturday 6th December 7pm and 9pm ko’s)

I am expecting goals in Spain on Saturday night and the prices for these two games don’t look short enough. Newly promoted Sporting Gijon’s home games are averaging 3.5 goals per game. Whilst they have improved in recent weeks, they have conceded heavily to the top attacking sides in La Liga. They let four in against Sevilla, Barca stuck six past them and Real Madrid netted seven times! Five of their six home games have featured three goals or more so far. In Atletico Madrid, they face a team that has scored four goals in one match six times in all competitions already. Atletico’s away games are averaging 3.8 goals per game. Atletico are likely to see this as a good opportunity to take all three points and close the gap on the top sides, who all play each other this weekend. 17/20 is far too big. You may think that 67/100 looks a little short for the Barca game? But when you look at the stats, it is not short enough. Barcelona are the highest scoring team in Europe at the moment and are averaging three goals per game! Their home games are averaging 4.5 goals per game! Since the start of last season, seventeen out of Barcelona’s twenty five home games have witnessed three goals or more (68% = just under 4/9). Four of Barcelona’s six home games this season have featured three or more goals. The two that didn’t had one big factor in common, Leo Messi didn’t start. Messi is, in my opinion, the best player on the planet at the moment, not only does he score goals but he creates loads of chances for team mates too. He is a major factor in Barcelona’s huge goals tally this season. Valencia games are averaging 3.2 goals per game this season, but admittedly, there tend to be more goals when they are at home. However, in their last six matches against Barcelona and Real Madrid, five have featured three goals or more. In David Villa they have a real goal threat themselves and he particularly enjoys playing at the Nou camp. He has scored in five of his last six visits. Barcelona won this fixture 6-0 last season and more goals are expected on Saturday evening.

Minimum prices to take – 4/6 and 1/2

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