Granada vs Real Oviedo – betting prediction, odds for the La Liga 2 match (26.03.2023, 18:30 CET)

Granada vs Real Oviedo – betting prediction, odds for the La Liga 2 match
Granada vs Real Oviedo – betting prediction, odds for the La Liga 2 match

From Friday to Monday, Spain’s La Liga 2 will play its 33rd matchday. Here, the clash Granada vs Real Oviedo will constitute one of the fixtures that will take place on Sunday at 18:30. Thus, the second in the La Liga 2 table will receive the 16th. The Nazaries and the Carbayones have 58 and 39 points respectively.

What speaks for Granada?

What speaks for Real Oviedo?

  • Didn’t concede a goal in their last two league matches.

Our betting prediction:

  • Prediction: Granada
  • Odds: 1.77

Expert analysis Granada

After a 1-3 away defeat to the fourth-placed Levante in mid-January, the home side in the La Liga 2 fixture Granada vs Real Oviedo is unbeaten for nine championship matches. Moreover, in this series, Granada CF won seven times and drew only twice. Here, the first loss of points for Paco Lopez’s side happened in mid-February with a 1-1 at the tenth-ranked Huesca.

Previously, the Nazaries threaded four victories in a row. Firstly, Granada FC had two 2-0 home wins against the twelfth-placed Andorra and the penultimate-ranked Ibiza. Then, the Andalusians prevailed with the same result at the eighth-placed Villarreal B and in front of their crowd against the eleventh-ranked Tenerife.

After the drop of points in Huesca, Granada CF bounced back immediately and beat the third bottom from Malaga (1-0) at home and then the seventh-placed team from Burgos (1-3). Furthermore, the Nazaries managed the same after a 2-2 home draw against the fourth-last-ranked Ponferradina. Granada celebrated a 2-1 away win against the sixth-placed Albacete Balompie on 18 March.

Expert analysis Real Oviedo

Real Oviedo FC took three points on 18 March, too. But Alvaro Cervera’s squad, with a 1-0 at the 14th-ranked Leganes, ended a streak of five winless La Liga 2 fixtures. Here, the Asturians scored only at home against Albacete Balompie (1-1) and Tenerife (0-0). Besides, the Carbayones lost at home against Burgos (0-1), at the ninth-placed Cartagena (1-2) and at the 13th-ranked Mirandes (0-1).

Additionally, from the 24th to the 31st matchday, the Carbayones defeated only Malaga, who lost 0-1 in front of their crowd. This followed a 1-1 at Huesca and a 0-1 home defeat against Villarreal B. But we must consider their subsequent scoreboard of two points in five matches in Spain’s Segunda Division. Thus, it remains to be seen whether the 1-0 at Leganes was really the start of a turnaround.

Head-to-head comparison Granada – Real Oviedo

Granada and Real Oviedo didn’t play against each other in the seasons 2019/2020 to 2021/2022 because the home side played in the LaLiga. Then, in their first clash after three and a half years, this time’s visitors celebrated a 1-0 home win on 6 November. Next, Granada CF lost with the same result at Real Oviedo in the Copa del Rey at the end of December.

Our betting prediction and the best odds

The home side in the La Liga 2 fixture Granada vs Real Oviedo are undefeated in nine league appearances. Here, the Nazaries achieved seven victories and two draws. Furthermore, they reacted immediately to the two point losses. Conversely, after a 1-0 at the third-bottom Malaga, the Carbayones initially collected two points out of a possible 15. They lost, for example, at Cartagena and Mirandes, who we consider to be clearly weaker than Granada CF. The same applies to Leganes, where Real Oviedo FC returned on the winning track on the 32nd matchday.

Granada vs. Real Oviedo – betting prediction: Granada, odds 1.77

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