Levante vs. Real Betis 6/28/20 La Liga Soccer Picks and Prediction
Real Betis (9-10-12) at Levante (11-5-15)
La Liga Soccer: Sunday, June 28, 2020 at 8:00 am (Estadi Olimpic Camilo Cano)
The Line: Levante +165 / Draw +235 / Real Betis +160 -- O/U: 2.5 Click Here for the Latest Odds
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Levante and Real Betis square off in La Liga soccer action from the Estadi Olimpic Camilo Cano on Sunday morning.
Levante come into this match in 12th place on 38 points with a record of 11 wins, 5 draws and 15 losses after a 1-0 loss to Atletico Madrid in their last game. In the loss to Atletico, Levante would fall behind in the 15th minute following a Bruno Gonzalez own goal. Levante would own 57% possession in the match, but both sides would have 12 attempts at goal with Atletico holding a 7-0 edge in terms of shots on target, leaving Levante unable to tie the game over the course of the second half and empty-handed at full time. Roger Marti leads Levante in scoring with 11 goals while Borja Mayoral has 6 goals and Jose Campana has a team-high 5 assists. Altor Fernandez is Levante’s top goalkeeper, conceding 1.42 goals per 90 minutes with 4 clean sheets in 31 league appearances this season.
Real Betis on the other hand enter in 13th with 37 points and a record of 9 wins, 10 draws and 12 losses after a 1-0 win over Espanyol in their last game. In the win over Espanyol, The game was scoreless at the half before Marc Bartra gave Betis the lead three minutes after halftime. Betis would hold 65% possession in the match, including 58% in the second half, leaving Espanyol with few opportunities to tie the game but the equalizer wouldn’t come as Betis held on for the win and the points that come with it. Loren Moron leads Real Betis in scoring with 9 goals on the year while Joaquin has 8 goals and Nabil Fekir has 7 goals with 4 assists. Emerson and Sergio Canales each have a team-high 5 assists as well on the year. Joel Robles is Real Betis’ starting goalkeeper, conceding 1.31 goals per 90 minutes with 5 clean sheets in 30 league appearances this season.
The two sides are both in a mixed bag run of form, with Levante posting a couple of draws and a win against lowly Espanyol, while Betis has a couple of decent losses to Bilbao and Sevilla and a draw with Granada as well as a win over Espanyol themselves. Either way you slice it, I just think that there isn’t enough to give one team an edge over the other, so I’ll side with the draw as my main bet for this match as well as some side action on the correct score of 1-1 for decent size plus odds.