For my second pick, we will continue with LaLiga from Spain. Granada and Valladolid are promising a good duel despite their opposite positions in the table.
Granada are having a good start of the season. With 14 points after 8 rounds, they are in 5th place and this rhythm can put them in an international competition next year. Their last match was lost 2-0 against the leaders of the board, but half of the team tested positive for Covid-19 and they played the game with a forced alternative squad. However, luck is on their side and the international break helped them to recover all the absentees. Taking about the pause, key players like Luis Milla, Rubén Neva, and Yangel Herrera will be back to Granada as well after their games with their national teams.
Moving to the visitor side, Real Valladolid started with a poor performance. They are second to last in the table with only 6 points, and only one victory in 9 rounds played. Their only victory was achieved before the international break at home, so this might give them back the strength they need to improve their results. One of the big problems of Valladolid is the defensive line, allowing goals in every single match played in the league, and also in the last three friendlies played. Luckily for them, their main right-wing Saidy Janko recovered from his injury and will be back for this game. However, defenders such as Raúl Carnero, Javi Sánchez, and Kiko Oliva are still doubts.
In general, I think that an inspired Granada can achieve a good result against a wounded Valladolid. The visitors are trying to recover from the bad start and won’t give up so easily, but I’m sure Granada have the squad and skills to dominate the game. For those reasons, I will place my bet for Granada with a -0.25 AH. If you also want to enjoy the best odds and highest limits on the market, you should also register on the best betting software.