Real Madrid 4-1-1, Huesca 0-5-2
10/31/20 9 am
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Real Madrid is welcoming Huesca to Santiago Bernabeu in round 8 in the Spanish LaLiga.
Real is playing solid soccer in LaLiga, but they are doing so well in the Champions League. Real Madrid is still without a win in their first 2 Champions League games, and they have conceded 5 goals while scoring 4 goals in the first 2 games. In LaLiga, Real Madrid is in 2nd place in the standings with 13 points, 9 scored goals, and 4 conceded goals. In their last LaLiga match against Barcelona last weekend, Real has had 48% of ball possession, 9 shots on goal, 7 corner kicks, 6 big chances created, and a solid 88% of the correct passes. Real Madrid has won this match 1-3, undeservedly, but win it’s a win. Vinicius, Valverde, and Ramos have each scored 2 goals for Real Madrid so far, while Rodrygo and Benzema added 2 assists each. Carvajal and Odegaard are both injured, while Odriozola and Diaz are both still questionable for this match. Real Madrid is struggling massively in the attacking end this season, but maybe know when Hazard is back Real Madrid will get their act together. After this LaLiga match, Real is playing against Inter in the Champions League, and if they don’t win that game their chances of advancing to the next stage will be extremely low.
Huesca is still winless in this LaLiga season, but the good news is that they have only 2 losses in the first 7 games. Huesca is in 18th place in the LaLiga standings with 5 points, 5 scored goals, and 10 conceded goals. In their last LaLiga game against Real Sociedad on the road, Huesca has had 52% of ball possession, 6 shots on goal, 4 corner kicks, 4 big chances created, and 81% of the correct passes. Huesca has had a bad game, especially on the defensive end, and they ended up losing this match 4-1. Valera, Lopez, and Rico are all injured, while Okazaki is still questionable for this match. Rafa Mir is the leading goalscorer for Huesca with 2 goals, while Ramirez, Maffeo, and Siovas added 1 goal each. Ontiveros, Juan, Galan, and Ferreiro have each added 1 assist. Huesca is just a weak team, one of the weakest in LaLiga, and since there are no relegation playoffs this season, Huesca must end the season in 17th place or above if they want to stay in LaLiga, and even though it’s still early in the season, I don’t see Huesca staying in LaLiga.
Real Madrid and Huesca have played 2 games against each other, and Real Madrid has won both of those games. I know that Real Madrid has played a lot of games, and the players are probably tired, but they are the better team here, and they are playing better soccer in LaLiga. I’m siding with Real Madrid at home.