Mallorca vs. Levante 7/9/20 La Liga Soccer Picks and Prediction
Levante (12-7-15) at Mallorca (8-5-21)
La Liga Soccer: Thursday July 9, 2020 at 1:30 PM (Visit Mallorca Estadi)
The Line: Mallorca EVEN / Draw +275 / Levante +255 -- O/U: 2,5 Click Here for the Latest Odds
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Mallorca plays host to Levante in La Liga soccer action from the Visit Mallorca Estadi on Thursday afternoon.
Mallorca comes into this match on 34 points with 29 points and a record of 8 wins, 5 draws and 21 losses following a 3-0 loss to Atletico Madrid in their last match. In the loss to Atletico, Mallorca fell behind in the 29th minute from the penalty spot and Atletico would double their lead in the 4th minute of first-half stoppage time. Mallorca would have their chance to get back in the second half, but Mallorca wouldn’t get any closer with no shots on target in the second half. Atletico would add a 3rd goal in the 79th, locking up the win and the points away from Mallorca. Ante Budimir leads Mallorca in scoring with 12 goals while Takefusa Kubo has 4 assists this season. Manuel Reina is Mallorca’s top goalkeeper, conceding 1.61 goals per 90 minutes with 4 clean sheets in 33 league appearances this season.
Levante on the other hand, enter this match in 12th position on 43 points with a record of 12 wins, 7 draws and 15 losses following back-to-back draws after a 1-1 tie with Real Sociedad last time out. In the draw with Sociedad, Levante fell behind in the 12th minute but Jose Morales would tie the game at one just four minutes later. Despite Levante holding a possession edge in the second half, neither side would find the go-ahead goal over the course of the second half, leaving the match to be tied at full time. Roger Marti leads Levante in scoring with 11 goals while Jose Campana has a team-high 6 assists this season. Altor Fernandez leads Levante in goal, conceding 1.38 goals per 90 minutes with 5 clean sheets in 34 league appearances this season.
I’d give Mallorca some credit for picking up some points at home, but the problem is that Mallorca are struggling mightily, winning just once since the restart. On the other hand, Levante has kept just one clean sheet away from home this season and I expect some attacking on both sides here. I’m going to side with both teams to score as my top bet for this game and I’ll also put a bit on the first half draw as four of the last five head-to-head has seen the game tied at the break.