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Real Madrid vs Granada prediction 2023-12-02

Real Madrid
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2023-12-02
Winner
Real Madrid
Granada
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Probability of win
Real Madrid — 74%
Draw — 16.3%
Granada — 9.7%
Our Prediction
Winner: Real Madrid;
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In the upcoming round of the Spanish championship, Real Madrid meets Granada at home, and Real Madrid is the clear favorite. Despite numerous injuries to key players, the club maintains a winning streak, having played only a couple of draws in recent months. Ancelotti's team has been winning decisive matches.

Recently, Madrid played a productive match against Napoli in the Champions League, winning 4-2. Despite the fact that Madrid had already secured a playoff spot, the main squad came out victorious in this encounter.

On the other hand, Granada have been experiencing a prolonged winless streak since the end of August, and that's when they picked up their only win of the season. At the moment, they occupy the penultimate place in the La Liga standings. Despite the small gap from the teams above them, it remains unclear whether Granada will be able to consistently earn points in the upcoming matches.

Prediction: (-2) goal handicap on Real Madrid.

Expert: Alexander Mostovoy - forward of Spartak, Spanish Celta and the Russian national team, and now a site expert.

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Both to score
Yes
47.17%
No
52.83%
Total
More 2.5
More 3.5
Less 2.5
Less 3.5
60.2%
37.8%
39.8%
62.2%
Individual total
More 0.5
More 1.5
Less 0.5
Less 1.5
Real Madrid
90.7%
68.7%
9.3%
31.3%
Granada
52%
16.8%
48%
83.2%
Correct score
0:0
0:1
0:2
0:3
0:4
1:0
1:1
1:2
1:3
1:4
4.4%
3.3%
1.2%
0.3%
0.1%
10.6%
7.8%
2.8%
0.7%
0.1%
2:0
2:1
2:2
2:3
2:4
3:0
3:1
3:2
3:3
3:4
12.6%
9.2%
3.4%
0.8%
0.2%
10%
7.3%
2.7%
0.7%
0.1%
Real Madrid Granada
Games 31 30
Wins 24 2
Losses 1 20
Draws 6 8
Goals 67 30
Goals per game 2.2 1
Conceded per game 0.7 2
Attacks 113.6 87.4
Corners per game 5.9 3.8
Yellow cards per game 1.8 2.4
Fouls per game 10 13.3
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La Liga
Team Games Win. Draws Lost Goals Points
Real Madrid 31 24 6 1 67:20 78
FC Barcelona 31 21 7 3 62:34 70
Girona 31 20 5 6 63:39 65
Atlético Madrid 31 19 4 8 59:36 61
Athletic Club 30 16 8 6 50:28 56
Real Sociedad 30 13 10 7 43:31 49
Real Betis 31 11 12 8 38:37 45
Valencia 30 12 8 10 33:32 44
Getafe 31 9 12 10 37:43 39
Osasuna 30 11 6 13 36:43 39
Villarreal 30 10 8 12 48:53 38
Las Palmas 30 10 7 13 29:33 37
Deportivo Alavés 30 8 8 14 26:36 32
Rayo Vallecano 31 6 13 12 25:38 31
Mallorca 31 6 13 12 25:36 31
Sevilla 30 7 10 13 37:44 31
Celta de Vigo 31 6 10 15 33:46 28
Cádiz 31 4 13 14 21:41 25
Granada 30 2 8 20 30:60 14
Almería 30 1 10 19 28:60 13
Top scorers
Real Madrid
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J. Bellingham (16)
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V. Júnior (12)
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R. Silva de Goes (10)
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J. Sanmartín Mato (8)
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B. Abdelkader Diaz (5)
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D. Carvajal Ramos (4)
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A. Tchouaméni (3)
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L. Modrić (2)
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F. Valverde Dipetta (1)
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T. Kroos (1)
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L. Vázquez Iglesias (1)
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A. Rüdiger (1)
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A. Guler (1)
Granada
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M. Uzuni (9)
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B. Zaragoza Martínez (6)
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L. Boyé (3)
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R. Sánchez Sendra (3)
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G. Villar del Fraile (1)
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M. Rubio Lestan (1)
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F. Pellistri Rebollo (1)
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I. Miquel i Pons (1)
Top assists
Real Madrid
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T. Kroos
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F. Valverde Dipetta
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R. Silva de Goes
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F. García Torres
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J. Bellingham
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L. Modrić
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V. Júnior
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L. Vázquez Iglesias
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B. Abdelkader Diaz
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D. Carvajal Ramos
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J. Sanmartín Mato
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D. Olatukunbo Alaba
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E. Camavinga
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A. Tchouaméni
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D. Ceballos Fernández
Granada
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G. Villar del Fraile
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L. Boyé
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G. Gumbau Garriga
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J. Rodríguez Díaz
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B. Zaragoza Martínez
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C. Neva Tey
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S. Ruiz Alonso
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J. Callejón Bueno
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F. Diedhiou
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I. Miquel i Pons
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C. Maouassa
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F. Pellistri Rebollo
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M. Uzuni
La Liga Real Madrid Granada
Number of matches 380 31 30
Average win rate (%) 35.4 77.4 6.7
Goals per match 2.6 2.2 1
Yellow per match 5 1.8 2.5
Corners per match 9.5 5.9 3.8
Home goals per match 1.5 2.5 1.2
Away goals per match 1.1 1.9 0.8
Player rating 6.8 7.1 6.6

A Tale of Two Titans: Real Madrid and Granada

Among the pantheon of the world's greatest soccer teams, Real Madrid and Granada have secured their place. Their intriguing journey through history is a testament to the power of sport and their contributions to Spanish and European soccer are unrivalled. This intense focus traces the man-made magnificence of both teams, through their humble beginnings to their illustrious present.

The Chronicles of Real Madrid

The first seeds of Real Madrid were sown in 1902, etching the beginning of a club that would soon become an international soccer phenomenon. The team was officially named Real Madrid in 1920, with the royal title 'Real' granted by King Alfonso XIII of Spain.

Real Madrid holds a record 34 La Liga and 13 UEFA Champions League titles, a feat unmatched by any other European football team. The powerhouse has witnessed generations of world-leading players such as Alfredo Di Stefano, Ferenc Puskas, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Lionel Messi gracing their Santiago Bernabeu Stadium.

The Epoch of Granada

Founded in 1931, Granada is a younger but no less worthy member of the Spanish football elite. In the initial years, the passionate club spent most of its time in the lower divisions, never letting go of the spirit of the sport. The Andalusian team had their first taste of the Spanish top-flight in the 1940s, captivating fans and critics alike with their palpable passion and flare.

From the 1970s to the 1990s, Granada endured a period of descent and economic struggle. However, the club bounced back, bringing their game to the international stage, capturing the admiration of soccer lovers and elevating Spanish football.

A Comparative Look at The Two Teams

Real Madrid and Granada's paths cross multiple times through the history of Spanish football. Their encounters on the pitch are often ripe with anticipation and excitement. As a global brand, Real Madrid is a symbol of the appeal of soccer, attracting some of the world's topmost talent and sponsorship deals.

Granada may not boast the wealth and prestige of Real Madrid, but the team carries a wealth of its own. Granada's survival and resilience are a testament to their commitment to soccer, illustrating their raw passion for the sport. The club embodies a people-first approach that resonates well beyond their Los Cármenes stadium.

Looking Forward

Undoubtedly, the history of Spanish and European soccer would be incomplete without the likes of Real Madrid and Granada. Their stories are interwoven into the fabric of the world of football, contributing to its charm and allure. While their paths differ, the clubs' shared love for sport anchors their relationship. They stand united, separated by rivalries but bound by football.

Fulcrum of Football: A Summation

To summarize, Real Madrid, with its affluent past and star-studded lineup, has helped shape the narrative of modern soccer. On the other hand, Granada's compelling journey from its grassroots to playing in La Liga is a heartening story of resilience, tenacity, and passion. Both clubs have etched their names into the annals of history, and their continued dedication to the sport promises many more captivating chapters to come.