Watch live streaming football on bet365 as Spanish La Liga sides Real Madrid and Real Betis go head to head at 21:30 BST on Saturday 29th August.
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Real Madrid got their La Liga campaign off to a laboured start when they were held 0-0 away to newly promoted Sporting Gijon, a poor result that followed the club failing to score in four of their eight pre-season games. Rafa Benitez’s side had 27 shots, but only eight were on target, prompting this response from the new head coach “We lacked precision in the final pass and accuracy in the shots on goal. In general, we lost the ball too much in the first half and gave them a lot of opportunities to counter-attack.” Despite a disappointing start to the season, at the imposing Bernabeau they will be hoping for maximum points and the bookies agree that the game is Real Madrid’s to lose by putting them as odds-on favourites in the match betting.
Real Betis escaped defeat in their opening match when Rubén Castro’s equaliser cancelled out Roberto Soldado’s opener in a 1-1 draw against Villarreal at Benito Villamarín. The Andalusians are back in the top flight having won the Segunda División with 2 games to spare and will perhaps be glad to get this fixture out of the way early in the season. There is no such thing as a gimme in football, but even the most loyal Betis fan will be expecting defeat here and keeping the scoreline respectable will be the order of the day for manager Pepe Mel.
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Real Betis were thumped 0-5 in front of their home fans the last time these sides met, while Real Madrid are seeking a sixth consecutive home victory over Saturday’s opponents and last dropped points to Betis at the Bernabeau in a 0-0 draw back in 2007.