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La Liga Predictor : Round 22 – Join In!

by Staff Writer | Posted on Friday, February 10th, 2012
Ben Crump guides you through Round 22′s matches and invites you to predict the scores.

We are set for another brilliant weekend of La Liga action and therefore it’s time to have another go on our La Liga Predictor game that gets you – the fans to predict all the scores from Round 22. It’s so simple, ISF editor Ben Crump will first give his views on the match and then make a prediction himself using 1 for a home win, 2 for an away win and X for a draw.

Then all you need to do is copy and past the form below into the comment box and make your predictions. So go on have a go and see if you can beat our editor.

Saturday

Racing Santander (18th) v Atletico Madrid (7th)

Atletico Madrid’s brilliant run of form continues under new coach Diego Simeone and their is little doubt it could end against struggling Racing Santander. The red and whites haven’t conceded a goal in five games and should easily win this one. Result – 2

Osasuna (10th) v Barcelona (2nd)

Back to their best??

No win in five games has seen Osasuna’s good start to the season count for little, the side from Pamplona could find themselves dragged into the relegation zone if their not careful. Visitors Barcelona seemed back to their best against Valencia on Wednesday night but it is their dreaded away form that sees them still seven behind Real Madrid. Result – X

Real Betis (16th) v Athletic Bilbao (6th)

Pepe Mel’s side are four games without a win and face an Athletic Bilbao playing some wonderful football, with a place in the Copa del Rey final secured on Wednesday night, coach Marcelo Bielsa will be eager to keep his players level headed for this one. Result – 2

Sunday

Espanyol (5th) v Real Zaragoza (20th)

With the Catalan side unbeaten in five games, it will be extremely hard for a side that are 16 games without a win to come and get some points. Zaragoza are all but preparing themselves for the Segunda next season whilst Espanyol are capable of a Champions League place. Result – 1

Malaga (8th) v Mallorca (14th)

Looking at the current form of these two sides, you can barely seperate them but with the talent Malaga possess, a home win should be predicted. However, with neither side drawing for a long time (Malaga 5 games, Mallorca 7), this has a point each written all over it. Result – X

Rayo Vallecano (12th) v Getafe (10th)

Wow, try and seperate these two. Both are capable of anything in this league, visitors Getafe played well enough against Real Madrid last week to deserve a point whilst Rayo have really impressed this season so far. Not Madrid’s most famous derby, but a cracker in any case. Result – 2

Title edging closer?

Valencia (3rd) v Sporting Gijon (19th)

This surely has to be the week that Valencia re-find their league form, now with the Copa del Rey put to bed they should and most probably will concentrate on pushing Barcelona for 2nd place. If they don’t against a struggling Sporting Gijon, then Unai Emery may be looking over his shoulder. Result – 1

Villarreal (17th) v Granada (15th)

A change of coach in recent weeks for both sides has done them the world of good, Villarreal have fought themselves out of the bottom three and look back to their best whilst Granada have won their last two games. This one could be tough to call but I am going for a home win. Result – 1

Real Madrid (1st) v Levante (4th)

Go back to September, Levante were top of La Liga and had just beaten Jose Mourinho’s side 1-0 but things are very much different now. The away side are six games without a win and eight without one away from home. Result – 1

Monday

Real Sociedad (13th) v Sevilla (11th)

New coach, Michel has been told his contract with Sevilla will be extended if he guides them to a Champions League place. However, current form suggests that won’t happen. Sociedad gave a good account of themselves against Barcelona last week so this is a tough one to call. Result – X

Right then so now it is time for you to have a go, the highest scorers will make it on to our top five list that will be included in next weeks La Liga predictor. Just Copy and Paste into the comment box below

Racing Santander v Atletico Madrid

Osasuna v Barcelona

Real Betis v Athletic Bilbao

Espanyol v Zaragoza

Malaga v Mallorca

Rayo Vallecano v Getafe

Valencia v Sporting Gijon

Villarreal v Granada

Real Madrid v Levante

Real Sociedad v Sevilla

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