Betis-Mallorca-21/02/2020

Betis Vs Mallorca Prediction

Betis

  • L
  • W
  • W
  • W
  • W
  • L

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, 21/02/2020
1 1.54
x 4.50
2 6.10

Mallorca

  • L
  • W
  • W
  • W
  • W
  • L

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Date Match Resut
14/03/2021 Sp Gijon - Mallorca L2:0
07/03/2021 Mallorca - Cartagena W2:1
07/03/2021 Mallorca - Cartagena W2:1
27/02/2021 Logrones - Mallorca W0:1
21/02/2021 Mallorca - Almeria W2:0
14/02/2021 Mallorca - Espanol L1:2
Date Match Resut
14/03/2021 Sevilla - Betis L1:0
08/03/2021 Betis - Alaves W3:2
28/02/2021 Cadiz - Betis W0:1
19/02/2021 Betis - Getafe W1:0
14/02/2021 Villarreal - Betis W1:2
07/02/2021 Betis - Barcelona L2:3

Betis were out to secure just their second away win of the year from relegation-threatened Leganes last weekend, however, Rubi's side weren't very up to the task at a dreadful contest at Butarque. Chances were few and far between at both ends as the teams played out a 0-0 stalemate; the sole drama happening deep into stoppage time since Borja Iglesias watched red for bundling over a part of Lega's backroom staff on the touchline. The 27-year-old will stand out this Friday's clash at Benito Villamarin as a consequence.

Betis' stuttering away form means that they remain lodged in mid-table, but they may fancy their odds of getting a valuable few points on the board against Mallorca on Matchday 25; the single side that Los Verdiblancos have managed to conquer in their travels so far this term. Rubi's charges conducted out 1-2 winners in Son Moix at November and the Balearic Islanders' trip to Benito Villamarin that this Friday represents a major step down in home opposition for Betis, after a ruthless run of fittings in Andalusia.

Los Verdiblancos have emerged from the evaluation with charge, though, beating the first three of these sides, and dropping into the latter trio by only a single objective.

Cucho Hernandez' primary goal for Mallorca guaranteed Los Bermellones returned to winning ways against Alaves in Son Moix last weekend, but the 1-0 success is likely to offer little more than short-term aid to get Vicente Moreno's side.

Mallorca have daunting fittings coming against Barcelona and in-form Villarreal, and they head to Andalusia this weekend with only a single point on the board out of 11 away games this period. Last season's Segunda Play-off winners lost twice as many games as they won in their travels at the next grade, so it's not any surprise they've toiled so poorly out Palma at the flight.

Mallorca's results at Son Moix are providing them a fighting chance of success, but they stay 18th in the table despite a week's win, after 17th-placed Celta Vigo's 2-2 draw at Real Madrid.

Mallorca were promoted to the airport last year, plus they had just one goal for this campaign -- avoiding relegation. So far they are not doing so good in comparison to other encouraged teams, sitting in the 18th position in the red zone with 21 points from 24 games.

This group was moving through huge crisis since late-January, dropping four games in a row into Sociedad, Zaragoza, Espanyol and Valladolid.

The principal reason why they aren't at the race for Europa League is poor record on the street, featuring just a single win in 12 appearances.

Real Betis have played really great against Barcelona lately, but still lost that match. The same goes for past weekend's draw against Leganes. We're leaning this group to return to winning ways this Friday.

As for the goals market, Mallorca have scored only seven goals in 11 games in the road so far. Under 2.5 FT seems like a good option.

Home win
1.54
Under 2.5 Match Goals
2.10