Two sportbetting tips on Real&Barcelona in the cup

Unionista – Barcelona

There is not much time left for Barcelona to lick their wounds, as they have to perform in the King’s Cup four days after Sunday’s Super Cup final defeat. Barca will be without Ronald Araujo and Lamine Yamal, the former through suspension and the latter through injury. And Ter Stegen, Gavi, Cancelo, Alonso, Inigo Martinez and Rapinha are still on the sidelines. Considering the quality of the opponent and the absentees, Xavi has called up several youngsters to the squad for this encounter, including Astralaga, Kochen, M. Casado, Marc Guiu, Cubarsí, H. Fort, Pau Víctor.

However, it would be a mistake for Barca to underestimate Unionistas, who are in the third division. The small team managed to knock out Villarreal in the previous round, which is a warning sign. In addition, the Catalans are not in a good mood at the moment, with the mood deteriorating after the defeat to Real in the SC final and ESPN reporting that Xavi is losing his locker room.

Probable Barcelona Lineup (4-3-3): Pena; Fort, Kounde, Christensen, Balde; Lopez, Romeu, Pedri; Torres, Roque, Felix

Barcelona need a confident win like a loaf of bread right now, but if they get cramped, they could sweat in this meeting. In the previous round, Barca only progressed with a 3-2 win against a fourth division side, so they are unlikely to outscore their opponents by 4-5 goals this time. We have put together our tips with the 22bet bookmaker, three outcomes could produce a round double. Our bets are on Barca to win the match in 90 minutes, taking at least 6 corner kicks, while the difference in the final score will be no more than 3 goals.

Prediction #1: Barcelona win + Barcelona corners over 5.5 + Uniosista +3.5 handicap @2.01

Betting deadline: 18 January 19:30

Atlético Madrid – Real Madrid

For the second Madrid derby in a week we can admire, and after the 5-3 madness in Saudi Arabia, we can rightly hope for another thrilling clash. The venue this time is the Metropolitano, where Real were beaten 3-1 in September, and Atlético are no secret as they prepare to once again put the city rivals on the back foot.

As for the absentees, Reinildo, Depay, Vitolo and Thomas Lemar are all unavailable for the home side, while Real Madrid’s Lucas Vazquez, Courtois, Tchouameni, Alaba and Éder Milito are out through injury. So there are not too many changes from the Saudi semi-final.

Atletico Madrid possible starting lineup:
Oblak; Witsel, Gimenez, Hermoso; Molina, De Paul, Koke, Saul, Lino; Morata, Griezmann

Real Madrid possible starting lineup:
Lunin; Carvajal, Rudiger, Fernandez, Mendy; Valverde, Camavinga, Kroos; Bellingham; Joselu, Vinicius Jr

The bookmakers see this as almost entirely a three-way tie, which we have to agree with. It is very difficult to predict what will happen in this match, as both sides have a realistic chance of winning, but it is also possible that this time the sides will not be able to settle the score in the 90 minutes and that extra time will be needed.

8 days ago, the teams ended in a 3-3 draw, which led the bookmakers to set the odds on goals quite high. However, it doesn’t seem realistic to expect the sides to be so evenly matched in every game, and we are not willing to bet on a goal. Instead, we’re going to try a bet that has (would have) won the last 4 games between the two teams, and that is that Real Madrid will take more corners than Atlético Madrid.

✅ Prediction #1: Real Madrid take more corners @1.62

Betting Deadline: 18 January 21:30

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