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Villarreal vs Granada prediction 2024-03-03

Villarreal
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2024-03-03
Winner
Villarreal
Granada
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Probability of win
Villarreal — 59.5%
Draw — 21.9%
Granada — 18.6%
Our Prediction
Winner: Villarreal;
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Villarreal will face Granada in La Liga round 27 after defeating Real Sociedad. A win over Granada will keep Villarreal's Conference League hopes alive. Santi Comesana, who scored two goals in the last match, will be a key player for Villarreal, while Jorge Cuenca is suspended due to yellow cards. Granada has drawn their last three matches but remains in the relegation zone. With important midfielder Gerard Gumbau also suspended, we predict a victory for Villarreal.

Prediction: 2-1 (Villarreal)

Expert: Footballpredictions-website

 

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Both to score
Yes
52.77%
No
47.23%
Total
More 2.5
More 3.5
Less 2.5
Less 3.5
54.9%
32.5%
45.1%
67.5%
Individual total
More 0.5
More 1.5
Less 0.5
Less 1.5
Villarreal
85.2%
57%
14.8%
43%
Granada
61.9%
25.2%
38.1%
74.8%
Correct score
0:0
0:1
0:2
0:3
0:4
1:0
1:1
1:2
1:3
1:4
5.6%
5.4%
2.6%
0.8%
0.2%
10.8%
10.4%
5%
1.6%
0.4%
2:0
2:1
2:2
2:3
2:4
3:0
3:1
3:2
3:3
3:4
10.3%
9.9%
4.8%
1.5%
0.4%
6.6%
6.3%
3.1%
1%
0.2%
Villarreal Granada
Games 26 25
Wins 7 2
Losses 11 15
Draws 8 8
Goals 38 27
Goals per game 1.5 1.1
Conceded per game 1.9 2
Attacks 92.9 84.4
Corners per game 5 3.9
Yellow cards per game 2.9 2.5
Fouls per game 13 12.8
Latest matches
Score
2024-02-16
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Villarreal
Getafe
1
1
2024-02-04
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Villarreal
Cádiz
0
0
2024-01-20
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Villarreal
Mallorca
0
0
2024-02-11
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FC Barcelona
Granada
3
3
2024-01-29
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Getafe
Granada
2
0
2024-01-13
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Real Betis
Granada
1
0
La Liga
Team Games Win. Draws Lost Goals Points
Real Madrid 25 19 5 1 53:16 62
FC Barcelona 26 17 6 3 56:34 57
Girona 25 17 5 3 54:32 56
Atlético Madrid 25 16 3 6 50:26 51
Athletic Club 25 14 7 4 45:23 49
Real Sociedad 26 10 10 6 35:26 40
Real Betis 25 9 12 4 28:25 39
Valencia 25 10 6 9 29:29 36
Las Palmas 25 10 5 10 25:25 35
Getafe 26 8 10 8 33:38 34
Osasuna 25 9 5 11 29:36 32
Villarreal 26 7 8 11 38:48 29
Deportivo Alavés 26 7 8 11 25:32 29
Rayo Vallecano 25 5 10 10 22:33 25
Sevilla 25 5 9 11 30:37 24
Mallorca 26 4 12 10 23:34 24
Celta de Vigo 25 4 8 13 27:37 20
Cádiz 25 2 11 12 15:35 17
Granada 25 2 8 15 27:49 14
Almería 25 0 8 17 23:52 8
Top scorers
Villarreal
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G. Moreno Balaguero (10)
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A. Sørloth (9)
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J. Morales Nogales (6)
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D. Parejo Muñoz (2)
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J. Cuenca Barreno (2)
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S. Comesaña Veiga (2)
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A. Rodríguez (1)
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J. Foyth (1)
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B. Brereton (1)
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A. Pedraza Sag (1)
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A. Mandi (1)
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Ilias Chakkour (1)
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G. Ganchinho Guedes (1)
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A. Moreno Pérez (1)
Granada
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M. Uzuni (7)
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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
Villarreal
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A. Rodríguez
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A. Sørloth
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A. Pedraza Sag
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Ilias Chakkour
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G. Moreno Balaguero
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G. Ganchinho Guedes
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E. Capoue
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A. Moreno Pérez
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D. Parejo Muñoz
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J. Foyth
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R. Terrats Espacio
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R. Albiol Tortajada
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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J. Callejón Bueno
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F. Diedhiou
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I. Miquel i Pons
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S. Ruiz Alonso
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C. Maouassa
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F. Pellistri Rebollo
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M. Uzuni
La Liga Villarreal Granada
Number of matches 380 26 25
Average win rate (%) 34.6 26.9 8
Goals per match 2.6 1.5 1.1
Yellow per match 5.1 2.9 2.6
Corners per match 9.5 5 3.9
Home goals per match 1.5 1.5 1.2
Away goals per match 1.2 1.5 0.9
Player rating 6.8 6.8 6.6

Unveiling the Glory of Villarreal and Granada: Soccer Teams Par Excellence

An intriguing journey into the world of soccer cannot be complete without reminiscing about the undeniable contributions of two remarkable teams from Spain. They are none other than Villarreal and Granada, creating a history that leaves an indelible trace in the soccer world.

Origins of Villarreal and Granada

Renowned as the Yellow Submarines, Villarreal Club de Fútbol resides in Villarreal, Spain. Founded in 1923, the club has emerged as a force to reckon with in the La Liga, Spain's top-level football division. In contrast, Granada Club de Fútbol, rivalling the charm and history of Villarreal, hails from Andalucía province in southern Spain. Granada, also known as the Nazaríes, started their journey in Spanish football in 1931.

Notable Triumphs and Achievements

Over nearly a century of their existence, both Villarreal and Granada have distinguished themselves by clinching numerous victories and honours. Villarreal earned their first promotion to La Liga in 1998, which is arguably the turning point in their history. Since then, the Yellow Submarines have consistently maintained their position in the top division, achieving commendable rankings and going so far as to play in the UEFA Champions League.

On the other hand, Granada, despite a few downturns in the initial years, impressed the soccer world in 1959 when they qualified for the Copa del Generalísimo final. Their successful stint in La Liga began in the sixties, with the club maintaining a constant presence in the top league and shuffling between divisions over the following years. Granada secured its best league finish in the 1971–1972 season, coming in 6th in La Liga.

Magic of Players and Coaches

Villarreal and Granada not only boast successful endeavors and prestigious leagues but also brought forth a range of remarkable individuals contributing to their histories. Coaches like Manuel Pellegrini and Marcelino steered Villarreal's ship towards success, increasingly culminating in the yellow submarines reaching the UEFA Champions League semi-finals in 2006. Players like Diego Forlán, Santi Cazorla, and Giuseppe Rossi also leave an indelible mark.

Granada, too, cherishes its legacy of players like Julio Montero Castillo, Antonio Carmona, and Tony Leblanc. Managers like Paco Chaparro, Fabri, and Diego Martínez have been instrumental in leading Granada to glory, most notably helping the Nazaríes reach the Quarter-finals of the UEFA Europa League in 2020/2021.

Rivalries and Derbies

The tradition of rivalries adds another dimension to the history of these teams. Villarreal's most notable rival is undoubtedly Valencia CF, with their epic head-to-head battles known as the Derby de la Comunitat, while Granada has its deepest rivalry with Córdoba in the Andalusia derby.

Stadiums: Temples of Pride

The Estadio de la Cerámica, Villarreal's home ground since 1923, stands as an embodiment of pride and joy. Similarly, Granada's home turf, Nuevo Estadio Los Cármenes, inaugurated in 1995, is an architectural marvel filled with echoes of the team's glorious history.

Conclusion

Summing up, Villarreal and Granada football clubs epitomize passion, resilience, and an enduring love for the beautiful game. They are not just teams; they are living legacies that have, since inception, enriched soccer's landscape and will continue to do so.