Last Updated on November 8, 2022 9:12 pm by Erwin Noguera
Real Madrid lost the top of LaLiga and cannot afford to give Barcelona an advantage, so this Matchday 14 they will face Cádiz with a knife between their teeth.
After the surprising defeat against Rayo Vallecano, Real Madrid return home with the obligation to sum the 3 points.
For its part, Cádiz is still in the relegation places but has achieved 4 points in the last 2 games and dreams of scratching 1 more from the Spanish capital.
Thursday, November 10 at 4:30 pm ET at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium
Real Madrid -716
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Why Bet on Real Madrid
Real Madrid is saying goodbye to its fans this year and will do so against Cádiz, just before the break for the World Cup where most of the players from the ‘Merengue’ will be playing with their national teams, so that coach Carlo Ancelotti likely wants to save them a bit so they don’t get a last-minute injury.
Madrid has just lost the lead after falling in a great game with Rayo Vallecano (3-2) and now they are looking down on Barcelona, who won on Tuesday and already took a 5-point lead. In addition, it was the first loss in the league for the ‘Blancos’.
One of the players who will surely not play is Karim Benzema. The recent winner of the Ballon d’Or is beaten and has not been playing, so the coach will not risk him before the World Cup. Antonio Rudiger is also out due to injury.
Why Bet on Cádiz
Cádiz, for its part, is still in the relegation places, but their latest performances allow them to dream of salvation. First, they beat Atlético Madrid 3-2 in a great game that included a goal from Rubén Sobrino at minute 90+9. Then they tied in their visit to Getafe (0-0) and are in 19th place with 11 points, the same as Celta and Sevilla, the latter outside the relegation zone.
The Achilles heel of the yellow team has been the forward since they have only achieved 8 goals and are the worst attack in La Liga. Álex Fernández, with 2 goals, is the team’s top scorer.
For this game, they will have many important casualties, such as Luis Hernández, suspended, and Víctor Chust, Mamadou Mbaye, Jon Ander Garrido, and Joseba Zaldúa due to injury.
Final Betting Analysis: Real Madrid vs. Cádiz
An uneven match if you look at the positions in the table, but bearing in mind that Real Madrid could play with players who are not regular starters, including some from the youth academy who has been training with the team, it could be a little more even, however, we do not believe that this will alter the result and the ‘Merengues’ will be the winners.
At MyBookie.ag we find that Real Madrid is the favorite of the match with a Moneyline of -716, while Cádiz has +1750 and the draw is +715.
The last match between these two teams was on May 15 of this year, with Real Madrid already a champion, and it was a 1-1 draw with goals from Rubén Sobrino for Cádiz and Mariano for Real Madrid. That same year they tied 0-0 in the first round and in the previous season, it was a victory per side, always for the visitor.
Go for a straight win for Real Madrid in the Moneyline. If you bet $100 on the win at -716, you will gain $14 for a total payout of $114.